Hertsmere Borough Council is temporarily suspending its blue box, paper, collections from today.
A sexual health clinic in Hatfield – one of three in Hertfordshire – is set to close temporarily.
An online radio station has been set up in Potters Bar to help combat social isolation during the Covid-19 lockdown in Hertfordshire.
After the Government said all rough sleepers must be in by the weekend, Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere Borough Councils brought everyone that they could identify as homeless inside.
Chiquito, which is currently closed along with other restaurants at the Galleria in Hatfield, could be closed for good.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council has suspended its garden waste brown bin collection until further notice due to reduced numbers of staff.
Plans to crack down on residents who put out two rubbish bins for collection instead of one – as part of a drive to reduce carbon emissions – have been put forward by Hertsmere Borough Council.
Under the government shut down guidelines, shops and food deliveries are still allowed to stay open.
Our NHS and care workers were clapped from balconies and windows at 8pm last night by people across Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar.
Online community lottery plans, to boost funds for local good causes, have been put forward by Hertsmere Borough Council.
Parking charges and parking enforcement have been mostly suspended in Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Since people have been urged people to stay indoors, Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar places of worship have moved online.
A Battle of the Bands competition in Potters Bar was won by four boys from Enfield Grammar School.
This year’s Potters Bar Carnival has been cancelled due to coronavirus fears.
In line with the Government’s response to COVID-19, gyms have been shut since Friday across Welwyn Hatfield including at WGC’s Gosling, Hatfield Leisure Centre and Potters Bar’s Furzefield Leisure Centre.
Welwyn Roman Baths, Mill Green Mill and Museum and Cuffley Library have closed due to the coronavirus.
Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere Borough Council said they will be focusing on key services during the outbreak.
A number of residents in St Albans and Potters Bar have been contacted by bogus callers posing as police officers asking them for their bank details.
The MP for Hertsmere is staying home as a family member has coronavirus symptoms.
Our community in Potters Bar and in Welwyn Hatfield are organising to help the most vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic.