Welwyn Hatfield's MP has dismissed claims he is set for a top ministerial position if Boris Johnson wins the Conservative leadership race as "pure speculation".
More than 5,000 elderly people in Welwyn Hatfield will need to start paying for their TV licences under new BBC plans.
Barbara Gibson, who was elected as a new member of the European Parliament for East of England on Sunday, will keep her position as a Welwyn Garden City representative on Hertfordshire County Council.
We are reporting live from the count from 10pm, posting the results from the 2019 Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council elections as they are announced.
Two Welwyn Hatfield borough councillors have announced their intention to stand down, leaving vacancies in two Hatfield wards.
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.
Welwyn Hatfield Volleyball Club and their long-time rivals from St Albans rolled back the years with both sides
A petition to protect Welwyn Garden City's dry ski slope from redevelopment will be presented at a full council meeting on Monday.
A family in a quiet Welwyn Hatfield village have spoken of the "truly terrifying experience" of being woken by pieces of mortar crashing through their windows in the dead of night.
Extra Government funding has been secured to help tackle rough sleeping in Welwyn Hatfield.
A Welwyn Hatfield primary school was "buzzing with enthusiasm" at its recent Wellbeing Day.
Motorists in Welwyn Hatfield are urged to take a few seconds to belt up and help save their life.
It's been a long wait, but Welwyn Hatfield council has finally revealed the £2.2million plans for the new Splashlands, hoping to have it up and running in time for Welwyn Garden City's centenary.
A Hatfield man has been formally recognised for his bravery in preventing a stranger from falling off a bridge.
The amount of waste recycled in Hertfordshire has dropped over the past 12 months, according to new figures.
The Welwyn Hatfield Times is proud to once again be recognising people who have made a difference to the community.
Hertfordshire parents have been urged to make sure they know what their children are viewing online following concerns raised over what has been described as the 'Momo challenge'.
The world's best veterinary school has a campus in Welwyn Hatfield, according to a global review of universities.
It's decision time for a proposed major development to build 650 homes, a primary school, community centre and more at the old Panshanger aerodrome.
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.
Visitors and businesses can have a flipping good time in Hatfield town centre by entering a Pancake Day contest.
Across the borough there were 3,049 offences in total, showing an increase from 2,758 in 2017, and 2,169 in 2016.
Residents are lobbying three councils to prevent quarrying and housing development at a country park near Hatfield and preserve it for community use.
Tributes have been paid to a Welwyn Garden City man and RAF veteran who was instrumental in getting local people on their bikes.
Backed by MP Grant Shapps, a social enterprise is offering mental health training to Welwyn Hatfield businesses.
A head teacher has called the government's key measure for ranking schools 'simplistic' after two Welwyn Hatfield schools were deemed 'well below average' and one 'below average'.
Welwyn Garden City firms gathered to mark the milestone anniversary of a thriving business centre, which acts as a springboard for those starting out.
Friends, family and colleagues have paid tribute to "inspirational" staunch campaigner and founder of Welwyn Garden City's Oxfam branch, who has died at the age of 76 from a rare form of cancer.
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.