Police teams have been in the countryside around Stevenage in the search for missing midwifery student Joy Morgan.
Police have released a description of a man who attempted to snatch a dog in popular Potters Bar parkland.
Brian Henry from Welwyn Garden City has been jailed for assaulting and controlling his former partner.
Two teenagers remain in custody after they were arrested in connection with a stabbing yesterday evening.
If you have worn a school uniform at any point in the last 44 years in Potters Bar, chances are it’s Joy Prince who kitted you out.
Potters Bar’s oldest scout group is in a race against time to raise funds to rebuild its almost century-old base.
A points failure at Welwyn Garden City is causing disruption to trains northbound between Potters Bar and Stevenage this morning.
A young virtuoso from Potters Bar has earned a place in the National Children’s Orchestra and National Youth Strings Orchestra.
Welwyn Warriors stormed to the top of Herts Advertiser Sunday League Division Two with a thumping 7-2 win over Harpenden Colts OB.
Hatfield Town’s relegation troubles have not affected Jason Beck’s enjoyment of his first job as manager.
Welwyn Pegasus Royals produced a stunning performance to thrash Chars Youth 8-1 and climb to the top of the MHRML U15 Premier Division.
Birthday girl Georgia Lees led the way in a starring performance as Saracens Mavericks won 68-45 against Team Bath to move second in the Netball Superleague.
The Rock asserted themselves against Litty Commity in the third week of the Ultimate Football WGC League’s spring season.
St Albans’ annual panto has been nominated for two major gongs in the 2019 Great British Pantomime Awards.
Fusing heritage with fashion, a new exhibition has opened in Hatfield with original pieces spanning the 1920s to the 1970s from a historic Welwyn Garden City textile company.
An award-winning movie largely shot on location in Hatfield bagged seven BAFTAs in London.
Hatfield and Dame Barbara Cartland’s legacy will feature in a BBC documentary about Romany Gypsies.
The spectre of Elizabeth I was once spotted by two visitors to Hatfield House in 1951 – although not everybody was convinced.
After major restoration work a replica of an iconic prize-winning aeroplane will return to the skies over a landmark Hatfield hotel.