Can you provide a retirement home for an “affectionate” Mastiff dog?
A dance and musical theatre school will be staging its Easter Showcase in Potters Bar – with one lucky young performer winning a workshop place ahead of the production.
Can you provide a home for a pair of pot-bellied pigs?
A record number of knives have been surrendered in Herts during a week-long amnesty.
An energetic dog named Cola is among this week’s pets looking for new homes at RSPCA Southridge in our regular rehoming appeal.
Can you provide a “handsome” husky dog that loves cuddles with a new home?
Police are urging residents across Hertfordshire to surrender any unwanted knives anonymously, without risk of prosecution.
An “affectionate” deaf dog currently at RSPCA Southridge is looking for a loving new home.
The Welwyn Hatfield Times is proud to once again be recognising people who have made a difference to the community.
Potters Bar has been named as one of Britain’s best London commuter hotspots.
A “sweet and gentle” dog that has returned to RSPCA Southridge after their owner sadly passed away is looking for a loving new home.
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.
A points failure at Welwyn Garden City is causing disruption to trains northbound between Potters Bar and Stevenage this morning.
Will you give a homeless dog described as a “gentle giant” a chance of a new life in a loving environment?
Police, council workers and the Samaritans have been raising awareness of mental health following two deaths at Potters Bar train station in one month.
An affectionate dog currently at RSPCA Southridge is looking for a new home as her owner is unwell.
Can you provide a new home for a cat that has been at RSPCA Southridge for more than a year?
Great Northern rail users have been warned to expect delays until the end of service today if they are travelling between Stevenage and London.
A “friendly” dog who finds herself back at RSPCA Southridge for a second time is looking for a new owner.
Know an unsung hero in Potters Bar? Nominate them for their moment of recognition at Hertsmere Borough Council’s Civic Awards.
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.
A Potters Bar school has received a £50,000 council grant to upgrade a sports facility.
A pair of “timid” cats are looking for their forever home together in this week’s RSPCA Southridge appeal.
How well did your child’s school fare in the latest league tables? We take a look at Key Stage 2 results for schools in Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar.
Two hundred roads across Hertfordshire will benefit from maintenance work between now and the end of March, with an extra £7.8 million being spent by the county council.
A “wonderful” pair of dogs currently at RSPCA Southridge are looking for a new home after their owner died.
The handler of an award-winning police dog who is retiring after six years of service has spoken about the “great memories” the pair have shared together.
A woman driver had a piece of brick thrown at her car yesterday in Potters Bar after beeping at another car.
The festive decorations of a Hertfordshire charity fundraising group have inspired Royal Mail to respond in kind.
A crash and a broken down vehicle near the M25’s Potters Bar junction have been causing delays anticlockwise this morning.