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Damon Ying, of Elstree, will take part in a year-long recital series in celebration of the Royal College of Organists' 150th anniversary.
Volunteer firemen from the Paper Trail, Apsley, were on hand to provide water for the smaller steam engines at the Dacorum Steam Fayre Potten End The Dacorum Steam and Country Fayre, now in its eighth year, has also raised more than A 95,000 for the Berkhamsted-based Hospice of St Francis over the years.
Police have released a photo of an industrial leaf vacuum cleaner stolen during a break-in at a Watford golf club.
A neighbour to a field covered in slurry that is causing Tring's eye-watering pong claims the muck is human waste.
The recent good weather and unprecedented visitor numbers have meant that session times have been introduced at a paddling pool in Bushey.
Harpenden Town Mayor, Councillor Mary Maynard, officially opened Porters Hill toddler play area this weekend - and didn't the little ones love it.
The shocked owners of a Watford music store woke up to a "nightmare" today after a car smashed through their shop front causing A 10,000 worth of damage.
Police would like to speak with David Middleton, whose last known address was Desmond Close in Barnet, in connection with a serious assault in Borehamwood on June 6. Police would like to speak with David Middleton, whose last known address was Desmond Close in Barnet, about a serious assault in Borehamwood on June 6. A 22-year-old man from ... (more)
Single bright lights will be displayed in each corner of the Hertsmere Council offices to commemorate the centenary of the start of World War One.
Picture By Keith Jones The peace of a quiet village near Royston could be shattered should plans for 4,000 houses at a disused airfield take flight, it is feared.
A range of UK birds' eggs showed adaptations in pigment concentration and thickness to allow the right amount of sun to reach the embryos inside.
Parks across Borehamwood, Potters Bar and Bushey retained all six Green Flags, meaning the council has the highest number of accolades in the county.
A dad-of-three has launched a petition in a bid to get better facilities for little ones at Gadebridge Park.
Almost 1,300 people have signed a petition opposing the proposed closure of Elstree recycling centre in Allum Way as the council tries to make more than A 6 million in savings.
A former teacher at Langleybury School has been selected as Labour's Parliamentary candidate for the area covering Kings Langley.
Now he's coming back to say thank you by tap dancing for six hours to raise money for Naomi House Children's Hospice.
A Kings Langley pensioner is "resigned" to the fact that there will be a new signalling gantry at the back of her garden.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 12:03 am
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