Concerns have been raised about COVID-19 patients, who are not expected to recover, being discharged early and being put back into care homes.
Hertfordshire residents could soon be allowed to use recycling centres to dispose of household waste.
Coronavirus figures from the ONS reveal that over 100 people have died in Hertfordshire care homes over a two week period.
There has been an 85 per cent reduction in people visiting shops in Hertfordshire, according to data from Google’s Community Mobility Reports.
Businesses are being urged to give personal protective equipment (PPE) to Hertfordshire County Council care workers.
In 2019 Hertfordshire County Council looked after 58 immigrant children – down from 2018, which saw 65 unaccompanied minors or child refugees taken into care.
A shortlist of sites where cameras could be used to keep motorists out of bus lanes are to be drawn up by Hertfordshire County Council.
Liberal Democrat county councillor Chris White has quashed rumours – on social media – that local elections may be postponed.
After recent rain and storm filled weeks, a Hatfield subway is set to close to deal with drainage issues.
The NHS and Public Health England will not be releasing specific locations of confirmed coronavirus cases due to concerns over breaching patient confidentiality, according to Hertfordshire County Council.
Only a fraction of trees – one in three – were replaced by Hertfordshire County Council last year.
A verge that has been damaged in south Hatfield has been classed as “low priority” by Hertfordshire County Council.
A call for street lights in Hertfordshire to stay on longer has been rejected – for now – by the county council.
A range of transport plans around the A1(M) corridor have been submitted by Hertfordshire County Council for consultation – with cycleways top of the list for Hatfield.
Action will be taken to protect some of the county’s most vulnerable residents including butterflies, beetles, bees and moths.
Hertfordshire county councillors have deferred a decision on whether to build a quarry on the former aerodrome site in between Hatfield and St Albans at a meeting on Wednesday.
A requirement to replace every tree that is removed from the side of a road is to be considered by Hertfordshire County Council.
The county council temporarily lost £9.1 million after a member of staff typed in the wrong bank account number.
Hertfordshire County Council is set to increase charges to its neighbouring councils for using its fire service.
Hertfordshire County Council is no longer heading for an overspend of £7 million by the end of the financial year.
Should we charge more for our neighbouring counties to use Herts fire services?
Temperatures are expected to drop tonight so Herts County Council’s gritting teams will be out in force.
Illegal fireworks are being removed from sale by Hertfordshire County Council during Guy Fawkes festivities.
Unite said 93 per cent of its workers are “angry” with Ringway Infrastructure Services, which runs the highways maintenance contract on behalf of Herts County Council.
Hertfordshire County Council is calling on the Prime Minister to increase government investment in light of “historic under-funding”.
Non-visible disabilities will now be covered under Hertfordshire County Council’s blue badge scheme.
Hertfordshire County Council has declared a climate emergency – committing itself to developing an ambitious programme on sustainability in the county.
Hertfordshire County Council cabinet approved plans to cut fire crews from five to four yesterday.
Hatfield Library will move to the town centre and the former site will be turned into a sexual health clinic under new plans.
A lorry and a car have been involved in a crash on the A414, today causing a nearby Hatfield recycling centre to close