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The A 90,000 project is part of Transport for London greenways programme and was officially opened by members of Hadley Wood Association.
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Disgruntled shoppers have given an overwhelming thumbs-down to changes to parking restrictions which will "kill off trade for good".
The artwork, designed by Amanda Jones from Buckingham Fine Art and Montagues Gallery in Kings Langley, celebrates the importance of an organ donation in another person's life.
While most people wouldn't understand the question, this is common vernacular for London currency traders active in the daily 4 o'clock "fixing" of global reference exchange rates.
THE FUNERAL has taken place of a former Ledbury lady who was well known as a champion of abandoned dogs, especially greyhounds.
More than 94 per cent of Herts children have been allocated a place at one of their preferred schools this year, despite a large increase in the number of applications.
The Rickmansworth winner of Miss Hertfordshire 2014 is urging young girls to "never give up" as she is crowned queen of the county in her third time competing in the pageant.
A Croxley Green boy is one giant step closer to being able to walk after months of fundraising has exceeded the A 80,000 needed to send him to America for a specialist operation.
Four men who carried out a "terrifying attack" on a woman as she arrived home after picking up her 10-year-old daughter from school, have been jailed.
House buillder Kier Homes Ltd last week submitted an application to build 30 three to five-bedroom private detached and semi-detached homes and 20 affordable properties on land in Baldock Road, Royston A developer has bought two hectares of land in the centre of a town with plans to build 50 houses on it.
The mutt, whose breed is not known, was taken to Aldenham Country Park, in Dagger Lane, Elstree, by its owner on Saturday morning.
Hopes that the fourth annual Spirit of Dacorum car tour would pass through Hemel Hempstead's Old Town have been dashed as the road will not be suitable for the vintage vehicles in time.
The county council representative for one of Herts' smallest divisions is urging voters to help shape new electoral boundaries for the area's 77 political spaces.
Residents across Hertfordshire are being asked to help draw up a new pattern of electoral divisions for the county council.
On Good Friday, the churches will come together for a United Act of Witness. People that wish to attend should meet at the War Memorial in Watling Street at 11am.
Markyate's Village School and Nursery is one of four primary education establishments across the county which could be expanded following a seven-week public consultation.
GPs in Watford have been given A 794,620 to improve access to care for 91,000 patients in their area as part of the Prime Minister's Challenge Fund.