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'When will litterbugs leave our countryside alone?' Flytippers target rural lane again
The prolific flytippers that plague Dacorum's countryside lanes have struck again, returning recently to one of their favourite dumping grounds.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Town centre church demolished after 124 years
A church which has graced Hemel Hempstead's town centre for 124 years is being torn down to make way for new developments at the site.
Well done again, Dacorum students! This week, you've done really well in your GCSEs
The evidence suggests Dacorum students have once again performed brilliantly in their exams - this week scoring some tip top results in their GCSEs.
It's our turn now! Will GCSE pupils echo last week's A Level success?
It's that time of year again for pupils anxiously waiting to hear how they got in their GCSE exams.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
What a load of rubbish: Dacorum flytipping reports on the up
There were 880 reports of the crime - which is punishable by up to a year in prison and a A 50,000 fine - in the 2011 to 2012 financial year.
Have a really wild time at Monday's Berkhamsted Lions Summer Fete
A really wild time will be on offer for the entire family at this year's Berkhamsted Lions Summer Fete.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Bull pub to be turned into homes
Removal Of Existing Timber Boards And Replacing With Foiled Woodgrain Effect Upvc Boards.
Opticians' mobility donation is a sight to behold
Town centre optician SpecSavers has given a turbo-boost to a Community Action Dacorum-run scheme which helps those with mobility problems scoot around the shops.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
The transformation begins! Work starts on town 'evolution' plans
Put the date in your diary, folks... Monday is the day work begins on transforming Hemel Hempstead's town centre.
'Fantasy land' bus advert campaign that put Dacorum tourism signs ...
About 6,000 of council taxpayer's money has been shelled out to promote tourism in Dacorum via adverts on the back of double-decker buses in London.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Results day: Woohoo! Looks like Dacorum students have done brilliantly in their A-levels...
It's A-level results day, and early signs suggest that Dacorum's students have done exceptionally well.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Fun day helps to boost interest in 'great resource' for borough
A family fun day at Bennetts End adventure playground was aimed at encouraging people to use the free amenity.
Homegrown Tea Tree is set to open as Old Town's newest offering
A business backed by Dacorum's Dragons will soon be set to open its doors for homemade cakes and local produce.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Heritage: Pick up a leaflet for DIY Old Town heritage trail
The leaflet, produced by the Dacorum heritage Trust in partnership with Dacorum Borough Council, is part of a project to reveal the area's heritage to the public.
No decision on Kings Langley Secondary School rebuild plans
Children, parents and teachers at Kings Langley Secondary School are set to wait longer to find out if plans to rebuild the school will go ahead.
Two special ladies celebrate a landmark age
For some golden oldies in Dacorum this year marks not only a century since the outbreak of war, but also their own 100th birthdays.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Personnel resources have already been described as "stretched to a limit" in a report in March.
But a new block, which will take the prisoner count from 770 to 1,008, is set to open in September and will include a "much higher number of shorter term prisoners," according to a report by the Independent Monitoring Board.
'Exciting' Crossrail extension proposals could be a 'double whammy' for borough
Dacorum leaders have welcomed the news that Crossrail could be making tracks for the borough, after the government's transport secretary revealed the service could be extended into Herts.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
No new parking spaces for Kings Langley
Kings Langley was not included in a Dacorum-wide scheme to increase the number of parking spaces across the borough.