A cross-border police operation lead to 70 arrests, as teams from Hertsmere, St Albans and others set up to patrol motorways across the county.
Tireless community organisers from Potters Bar have had their efforts recognised in the Hertsmere Borough Council Civic Awards.
Potters Bar driveways have been targeted by would-be thieves - after residents were refused planning permission for security gates, partly on grounds that they would "increase perception of crime".
A mystery land development at South Mimms may become housing - but work has progressed without required permissions, Hertsmere Borough Council says.
Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere residents who bought their council homes through the right-to-buy scheme have made millions of pounds by reselling the former public assets, new figures can reveal.
The amount of waste recycled in Hertfordshire has dropped over the past 12 months, according to new figures.
Average house prices in Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere went backwards in 2018, amid England's slowest annual growth in more than five years.
An all-female fundraising group has donated more than £2,000 to women's refuges in St Albans and Welwyn Hatfield.
Welwyn Hatfield will drive significant population growth in Hertfordshire over the next decade, with at least 107,000 more people expected to live in the county by 2031.
CCTV cameras are assisting with cases ranging from flytipping to serious assaults, Welwyn Hatfield Council says.
Police made two arrests following a car chase through Potters Bar yesterday afternoon.
Welwyn Hatfield's residents are less happy and its housing affordability worse than most places in the UK, a national survey suggests.
A community toilet scheme will not be going ahead in Welwyn Hatfield, councillors decided at a meeting last night.
The average house price in Welwyn Hatfield has reached an all-time high, according to new Land Registry figures.
An injunction protecting 25 council-owned sites in Potters Bar and 108 across Hertsmere borough from unauthorised encampments has been extended by three years after a High Court of Justice hearing.