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Fishing club in Tring is angling for canal stock bid donations
Chris Savage - who owns and runs Gosford Tackle on the High Street - said: "We still don't know what caused the kill.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Talented young artists share the spoils in inaugural Dacorum competition
Two talented sixth-form students shared the spoils when the judges announced the winners of the inaugural Dacorum Young Talent Awards on Saturday.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Recalling the Gem, the Empire and the Regal - Tring's old cinemas in the spotlight
The first cinema in Tring was in the Unity Hall above the Co-Operative Society's shop in the Lower High Street.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Rail firm says there's no more room to expand parking at Tring Station
Train operator London Midland says there is simply no more space to expand parking at Tring's railway station despite complaints from disgruntled motorists unable to find a space.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Lingerie and coffee cups cleared from A41
Lingerie and coffee cups made up part of the 11 tonnes of rubbish and litter that was picked up from the A41 last week.
Fury as crashed cars get parking tickets after collision in Tring
Two cars involved in a head-on crash in Tring last week were given parking tickets as they waited for a tow truck to take them away.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Canal work progress on Wendover Arm is hampered by flooding
The wettest January on record has rained off restoration work on the Wendover Arm near Tring for more than two months.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
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Car damage is just pot luck
Pot holes that have provoked danger and damage have been slammed as 'atrocious' by a man whose car suffered 2,800 worth of damage.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Thought sinkholes were a new phenomenon? What about this - the disappearing trees of Tring from 1940
The people of Tring and district have been greatly interested in a remarkable subsidence of earth in the wood adjoining the Kiln Cottages on the right hand side of the Hastoe-Cholesbury road, going from Tring.
Eighties TV personality Keith 'Cheggers' Chegwin to host two nights at Chilfest
Festival-goers to Tring's Chilfest this summer will get a blast from the past when chirpy former TV presenter Keith Chegwin comperes both 80s pop evenings.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Canal's colour is not harmful, say experts
A dog walker was alarmed after she and her pooch discovered fluorescent green water in the canal at Little Tring.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Two men held after chopper chase culminates in Tring street arrest last night
A dramatic police chase in Tring yesterday afternoon ended with the arrest of two suspects and the seizure of a stolen car.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Police chase in Tring sees two arrested in stolen car case
A police chase in Tring involving the force's chopper and dog unit resulted in two car thieves being arrested this afternoon.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Sisterly love spurs charity bid
Kate Couchman, right, is doing three charity challenges in honour of her sister, left, who suffers with a rare condition After supporting her brave sister in her battle with a rare condition Dr Kate Couchman knew that she needed to do something special.
Your chance to tackle a tidy toy task and keep team running smoothly
The Rennie Grove Children's Support Team need a volunteer who can help organise a cupboard full of materials and equipment for them to use in their day to day work.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Three men charged in connection with series of Dacorum burglaries
Elton Bierman, 37, of Aldbury Gardens, Tring, and James Bierman, 33, of Handscroft Road, Luton, were arrested on February 19. Both men have been charged with burglary and handling stolen goods in relation to a burglary in New Road, Tring between Wednesday, February 12, and Saturday, February 15. A lawnmower, power tools and food were taken from a ... (more)
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Justice for firebugs, but club still without its home ground
A football club whose original home was destroyed in an arson attack last summer has seen justice served on the teenage firebugs responsible.
Parish leaders seek protected status for Wilstone pub
Tring Rural Parish Council has applied to Dacorum Borough Council for The Half Moon in Wilstone to be added to the register, which will make it harder for the pub to ever be sold off into private hands.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
High winds in Hemel Hempstead: tree falls on house, another falls on...
A tree was blown into a house, another fell into car, a third fell across a railway line and a huge sinkhole appeared as high winds battered Hemel Hempstead.