Pregnant women are to be 'paid' to stop smoking as part of a £49,500 public health pilot scheme in Hertfordshire.
Nearly three in 10 convicted criminals in North Herts reoffend within a year, official statistics show.
Home buyers in North Hertfordshire receive an average of £54,000 in support from the government under Help to Buy, new figures show.
Bereavement charity, Stand By Me, has received over £2,000 from North Herts District Council's outgoing chairman, councillor John Bishop.
Three more districts have joined a scheme where farmers and landowners who are the victims of fly-tipping can have the rubbish cleared up for free.
Great Northern and Thameslink have been named two of the UK's three worst train operators, according to Tempcover.
Garden House Hospice Care is set to mark Loneliness Awareness Week with the launch of a new film introducing people to its Compassionate Neighbours project.
More than 100 homeowners in North Herts have taken advantage of new laws allowing them to build bigger extensions without planning permission, new figures show.
Last time the residents of North Hertfordshire had the opportunity to vote in EU elections, fewer than two in five potential voters turned up to their local polling station.
Hundreds of under-75s have died from stroke and heart disease in East and North Hertfordshire in recent years as progress in reducing death rates for the conditions slows, new figures show.
Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says the policy could relieve pressure on low-income families while supporting new industries in neglected parts of the country.
The proportion of pensioners to working age people in North Hertfordshire will rise in the coming years, according to new figures.
Multiple sclerosis sufferers in North Herts are likely to have lost part of their mobility benefit under the new system, data has revealed.
Money is one of the biggest causes of stress and anxiety and can lead to serious mental health issues, writes Kim Masters on Time to Talk Day 2019.