A yellow weather warning is in place this week as Hertfordshire could see thunderstorms after days of high temperatures.
Two people were taken to hospital after an aircraft had to make a crash landing in Harston on Tuesday.
A Welwyn Garden City runner has completed the fastest known time of the Hertfordshire Way, raising more than £750 for charity in the process.
The coronavirus outbreak has caused life to change drastically and all of us now live by guidelines which would have seemed unthinkable 12 months ago - but how well do you really know the lockdown rules?
A Welwyn Garden City-based runner is looking to set the fastest known time of the Hertfordshire Way for charity this week.
A volunteer team that tackles speeding in and around Royston is appealing for more people to join.
A major line upgrade means trains from Peterborough and Cambridge will not run into King’s Cross, Moorgate or St Pancras this weekend.
Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd has given £50,000 in emergency funding to charities supporting residents during the coronavirus crisis.
Charities have addressed concerns over the safety and care of animals in Hertfordshire during the coronavirus crisis.
Hertfordshire County Council is working on plans to offer “some learning opportunities” to pupils once schools close on Friday due to coronavirus concerns.
Damage to the overhead electric wires between Harpenden and Bedford are causing disruption to journeys between London St Pancras International and Bedford.
Two of Hertfordshire’s leading charities have joined forces to launch a new mass participation fundraising event.
Construction work to convert parts of the A1(M) into a smart motorway in Hertfordshire has been put on hold until a government review is complete.
Following a theft in Hatfield police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a man who is wanted.
Roadside verges could become wildflowers hubs after Hertfordshire County Council agreed to test a new approach to grass cutting along the county’s roads.
Passengers and railway staff have raised £10,000 for charity with a special farewell rail tour to mark the retirement of the venerable Class 313 train from Great Northern, after 42 years in service.
Hundreds of knives, including a throwing axe and bayonettes, were surrendered in Hertfordshire during the latest knife amnesty.