There are huge regional investment disparities between roads in London and the East of England region, including in Hertfordshire.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for Tuesday as Storm Brendan approaches.
Energy companies have been fined after leaving Hertfordshire commuters stranded in August when the train network failed.
Hertfordshire County Council was subject to more than 60,000 cyber attacks over the summer months, latest data shows.
The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning from Guilden Morden to Haslingford - which covers most areas near Royston.
Great Northern and Thameslink services could be delayed or cancelled due to heavy rain and a broken down train.
The health watchdog has given East and North Herts NHS Trust a 'requires improvement' rating for the second year running.
A requirement to replace every tree that is removed from the side of a road is to be considered by Hertfordshire County Council.
The county council temporarily lost £9.1 million after a member of staff typed in the wrong bank account number.
The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust has launched an independent investigation into harassment and bullying, after three ambulance workers died in the space of 10 days.
Hertfordshire County Council is set to increase charges to its neighbouring councils for using its fire service.
The deadline to register to vote for this General Election closes at 11.59pm today.
Hertfordshire County Council is no longer heading for an overspend of £7 million by the end of the financial year.
The Electoral Commission has found ahead of December's General Election that one in six are not registered to vote in Eastern England - and calls on the public to register to vote by Tuesday.
The budget of Hertfordshire's youth offending team - which helps young people turn away from crime - was cut by almost half from 2010 to 2018.
Should we charge more for our neighbouring counties to use Herts fire services?
Temperatures are expected to drop tonight so Herts County Council's gritting teams will be out in force.
Hertfordshire's new fire investigation puppy has been named after the god of thunder, Thor, following a stormy few weeks without a moniker.
Illegal fireworks are being removed from sale by Hertfordshire County Council during Guy Fawkes festivities.
An 'adopt a child event' will be held in Hatfield today (Oct 16).
The government has put reforming the railways at the heart of its legislative agenda known as the Queen's Speech.
Be extra vigilant of deer - that's the message from Hertfordshire County Council to motorists this autumn.
There were 348 crashes involving bicycles or motorbikes in Hertfordshire during a two-year period, latest figures have revealed.
South Mimms services off the A1(M) and M25 motorways has been turned into a picturesque pit stop.
Unite said 93 per cent of its workers are "angry" with Ringway Infrastructure Services, which runs the highways maintenance contract on behalf of Herts County Council.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) brought charges in just over three per cent of recorded rapes last year in Hertfordshire.
Hertfordshire County Council is calling on the Prime Minister to increase government investment in light of "historic under-funding".
Non-visible disabilities will now be covered under Hertfordshire County Council's blue badge scheme.
Herts' fire union agreed yesterday that it would carry out industrial action if fire crew reduction plans go ahead.
Commuters will be hit by a 2.8 per cent rail fare increase in 2020, it was confirmed today by the Department for Transport.