Two talented dancers from Hatfield are through to the final of BBC One’s The Greatest Dancer.
The grandson of the former mayor of Welwyn Hatfield has chosen to raise money for a disability charity at the London Marathon.
Do you fancy getting into teaching? A free Hatfield event is coming up with guidance on starting out.
Senior officers at Hertfordshire County Council are set to receive a two per cent pay rise and a £3,000 bonus, provided they’ve exceeded their targets.
Will you give a homeless dog described as a “gentle giant” a chance of a new life in a loving environment?
Motorists are warned of long delays on the M25 between Potters Bar and Waltham Abbey following a crash.
A man was injured during a collision with a BMW yesterday afternoon.
An elderly Potters Bar resident has won his long fight against deportation, after being told his health issues ‘weren’t serious enough’ to stay.
Police, council workers and the Samaritans have been raising awareness of mental health following two deaths at Potters Bar train station in one month.
Welwyn Garden City’s men returned to action after a week off due to the adverse weather but ended up going down to a narrow 1-0 defeat against Berkhamsted.
A brave and battling performance wasn’t enough as Potters Bar fell to a close 2-1 defeat away to high-flying Wapping.
A poor third quarter cost Saracens Mavericks dear as the lost 54-50 away to reigning Vitality Netball Superleague champions Wasps.
Jason Beck was left struggling for words after a frustrating evening ended with a 2-0 defeat at home to Ampthill Town.
Datchworth made it eight wins in a row to keep their noses out in front in the race for promotion from London Three North West – with the 13-12 success at Old Streetonians arguably the best of the lot.
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.