Parking enforcement in residential areas is to be reintroduced to manage the impact of increasing traffic on our roads following the easing of lockdown.
A Herts police officer is to be sentenced later this month after admitting one count of misconduct in public office regarding an 11-year relationship he had with a woman he met through his job.
A landfill enforcement notice has been withdrawn in Brookmans Park after the council said they lacked the “technical resources” to survey the site, as well as needing access to the land.
The Welwyn Hatfield Times has put together a list of the pubs reopening in Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar on July 4.
A Potters Bar home had an aggravated burglary at the end of June – and police are now appealing for information.
A Herts Young Homeless fundraiser from Hatfield has cancelled his length of Britain walk after he reached South Mimms.
Aldi bosses are searching for new store locations in 11 Hertfordshire towns, including in Hatfield and Potters Bar.
Last week MPs, including our own, rejected a motion calling for NHS and social care staff to be tested weekly for COVID-19.
Golf has certainly roared back to life after the coronavirus lockdown – and if you needed proof of that then the number of entrants for the Faldo Series at Brocket Hall is perfect.
With the Premier League back in action after more than three months away due to the coronavirus pandemic, why not celebrate with another sports quiz?
The Herts Senior County League has been awarded the title of league of the year at the Hertfordshire FA’s Grassroots Football Awards and will now go on to be considered for national acclaim.
Plans for grassroots rugby clubs to return to competitive action have been released by the RFU – although all are dependent on reaching the final stage of the return to rugby roadmap.
Tourist attraction Paradise Wildlife Park is open for business again – and has Visit England’s seal of approval.
Knebworth House and the park’s adventure playground will reopen to visitors this weekend.
A flag was raised outside of Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere council offices yesterday – ahead of Armed Forces Day on Saturday.
Residents are concerned about the potential future use of the land beside Digswell Viaduct which is currently up for sale.
Scenes of a new TV series set in 18th-century Russia following the rise of Catherine the Great were filmed on location in Hatfield.
Hatfield House’s park, gardens and woodland walks will finally reopen for visitors this weekend.