Potters Bar is looking forward to an extra-special switching on of the Christmas tree lights this year, after the community came together to keep the season glowing.
Hertsmere MP Oliver Dowden is urging rail bosses to extend the Oyster card network to Potters Bar and Radlett stations.
A mini-poll in Potters Bar organised by a pro-EU campaign group has come out in favour of a vote on a final Brexit deal.
The diggers scooped their first clod of earth on Friday, June 15, as part of a Potter Bar school’s new building plans.
Potters Bar’s MP has met with the borough council’s leader following a wave of complaints about the town’s roads.
Plans to extend the Oyster Card system to Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar this year have been scrapped.
After promises that its future is “secure”, Potters Bar Community Hospital is set to lose yet another clinic.
Potters Bar’s MP Oliver Dowden has urged Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner to give the town a fair share of the policing budget.
Potters Bar’s MP has backed the decision to launch air strikes against the Syrian government.
Potters Bar’s MP has said there is a surplus of primary school places in the town following a meeting with the leader of Hertfordshire County Council.
Potters Bar’s MP has said he will raise a petition calling for the police to be “fully funded” with Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner.
Potters Bar’s MP has met with one of Hertsmere’s largest housing associations after numerous residents told him they were “sick and tired” with its performance.
A police sergeant covering Potters Bar and Shenley is urging people to improve their security after a rise in burglaries.
Burglaries in Potters Bar have risen by 55% in one year, police figures show.
Following the announcement of a potential extra £450 million for police in England and Wales, Hertsmere MP Oliver Dowden has been asking how this can be used for Potters Bar’s community policing.