Winter is the perfect time to head to a cosy pub and sit by a real log fire, and if that is after a country walk, all the better.
A Hatfield dad and his Welwyn Garden City son have both been banned from keeping animals for life, following a prosecution by the RSPCA.
Campaigners fighting to preserve the future of a village pub say they have done all they can at a planning inquiry to convince the Planning Inspectorate to uphold a decision to refuse planning permission for homes to be built on the site.
A Hatfield man was given a suspended sentence today after pleading guilty to three counts of taking an indecent photo of a child.
With Welwyn Hatfield Council’s 4,000-home shortfall in its Local Plan, its planners are now reaching out to Hertsmere for help.
Police are appealing for information after a Potters Bar nursery school was broken into overnight.
A family have spoken of their “absolute shock” after waking up to discover their Range Rover had been stolen by keyless car thieves.
Welwyn Hatfield Conservatives are considering the unfolding question of whether Theresa May should remain Prime Minister.
Labour and Liberal Democrat politicians across Welwyn Hatfield and beyond have expressed their views on the Conservative leadership challenge to the Prime Minister.
A stalwart of Welwyn Garden City Football Club has won a prestigious honour at a county-wide award ceremony.
A stalwart of Potters Bar Bowls Club has been honoured at a county-wide awards evening.
EastEnders star Jake Wood and former boxing champion Spencer Oliver have cancelled their forthcoming live show.
It may have been miserable and cold weather-wise but the action on court was positively tropical at the pre-season netball event for Hatfield primary schools.
Ben Earl delivered an ominous warning to the rest of the league after Saracens destroyed Cardiff Blues in the Heineken Champions Cup - you still haven’t seen the best of us.
Legendary Hertfordshire band The Zombies will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame next year. Alan Davies spoke with the group’s lead singer Colin Blunstone.
The ‘largest show garden ever attempted’ will be built at Hatfield House next year.
Over a thousand people are estimated to have turned out in Potters Bar on Saturday evening to see the community Christmas tree light up.
Young people in Hatfield have a unique opportunity to be part of local history as the council appoints a contractor for the £1.2m transformation of White Lion Square.
The latest plans for the former Shredded Wheat factory site will cram nearly twice the number of units that were first proposed onto the site, and has been recommended for approval.
Potters Bar Rotary club has proved that you can steal their generator, but you can’t take away their Christmas spirit.