A man who was fatally stabbed in a block of flats in Welwyn Garden City was “in the wrong place at the wrong time”, a court has heard today.
This year’s St Albans pantomime Cinderella opened last week. Matt Adams reviews The Alban Arena show.
The University of Hertfordshire has made one of the UK’s ‘best breakthroughs’ ... by dousing people in a chemical warfare agent simulant.
A judge has ruled that there is ‘no case to answer’ after former Tesco executives were accused of leading the Welwyn Garden City-based company to overstate its profits by £250million.
Four commemorative trees have been planted in memory of former Welwyn Hatfield councillors.
A Hatfield man has been jailed after he was caught out and about with bolt cutters and a torch.
A round of appaws is in order for veterinary students who got naked for charity.
Can you provide ‘sweet’ Honey the dog with a new home in our regular RSPCA Southridge appeal?
Court results published by the Welwyn Hatfield Times are taken from St Albans, Stevenage and Hatfield Magistrates Court and are published without prejudice.
One of the country’s brightest young computational thinkers attends a Potters Bar school.
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.
A dominant second-half ensured Saracens’ incredible season rumbles on as they destroyed Cardiff Blues in a 51-25 success.
Welwyn’s downturn in form continued with a disappointing 41-14 defeat at Hemel Hempstead.
Hannah Botterman was on the scoresheet again as Saracens continued their imperious form with a nine-try demolition of Darlington Mowden Park Sharks.
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.
A movie filmed in Hatfield swept the board at the 21st British Independent Films Awards in London, claiming a record 10 honours.
Developers behind Hatfield’s Bush Hall will be holding a public exhibition of their plans for the long-dormant hotel.