Friday Nov 29
Berkhamsted back pair donate their day's wages to Dacorum Foodbank
Chiropractors Kevin Pistak and Katie Champion of Berkhamsted Chiropractic Clinic will donate a day's wages on December 2 to help those going hungry in Dacorum.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
'Homes for locals' bid welcomed after building plan announced for Berkhamsted
New council homes could be built in Berkhamsted within 18 months - bringing accommodation in the town within the reach of ordinary people.
Berkhamsted to get its own brewery as seven investors get to work
Plans to open a brewery in Berkhamsted should come to a head in time for the 100th anniversary of the closure of the last one to be based in the town.
Owners now confirm that long search for missing dog Gerald was all in vain
The hunt for a dog who was thought to be missing after a house fire in Tring has come to a sad end after the discovery of his body.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Spree of burglaries in Berkhamsted may have come to an end
The Gazette previously reported that there were 45 burglaries in the area between April 1 and September 29 - up from 22 reported to police between those dates in 2012.
Berkhamsted and Tring MYPs speak out on lowering the age of consent
Berkhamsted's member of the UK Youth Parliament has rejected calls to lower the age of consent to 15 - but her Tring counterpart is keeping more of an open mind about it.
Politician blasts Dacorum Borough Council for using Berkhamsted's...
Berkhamsted is being used as a 'cash cow' to make money for Dacorum Borough Council, one of the town's politicians said yesterday.
Northchurch-based hospice writing contest picks top-selling author as judge
British author Catherine Alliott, wrote the first real 'chick lit' for the Tring-based Happy Egg Co.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Can you beat speedy Ed in 2014 Berkhamsted Half Marathon?
The notoriously hilly race has been won for the last three years by former Berkhamsted School student Ed Banks.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
The Gazette's Becca Choules tries reiki for the first time and...
As I lay on the bed in the cosy room above a busy vegan cafe in Berkhamsted, I wasn't sure what to expect.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Hearing-impaired Croxley girl seeks help for radio aid funding
A 10-year-old Croxley Green girl who has "missed out" on years of learning because of her "severe hearing loss" is seeking specialist equipment which will help her communicate in and out of the classroom.
From a little Tring acorn, the mighty Oakman Inns and Restaurants grows to be Pub of the Year
A pub and restaurant company with its flagship site in Tring has been named the Pub of the Year 2013 at a national awards ceremony.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Firefighters' third strike in Dacorum this month is 'the only way' to resolve pensions dispute
Firefighters across Dacorum are refusing to work for four hours today in another bid to make the government and their employers re-think changes to the service's pensions.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Crowds turn out for services on Remembrance Sunday
The borough came to a silent standstill on Sunday as people turned out to pay their respects to our fallen servicemen and women.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted and Tring commuters to face weeks of railway woe in 2014
Train operator London Midland has announced that the railway line into London from Dacorum will be closed for 18 days in a row in August next year.
Young politicians from Berkhamsted and Tring in live TV debate at House of Commons
Deputy Member of Youth Parliament Kirsty Robertson, 17, and MYP Ahmed Al-Maadanli, 15, will be on BBC Parliament from 11am to 2.30pm.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Berkhamsted School pupil Chilli is blazing a red hot trail to fame
Most teenagers are more likely to be out causing havoc and not doing their homework instead of knuckling down and penning catchy country pop songs.