Labour and Liberal Democrat councillors in North Herts teamed up on yesterday evening to form a coalition administration - with no Conservative representation on a new-look executive team.
If councillors agree, the new joint chief executives of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority (CAPCA) will each be paid over £160,000 a year.
Parents will march in protest of inadequate support for children with special educational needs in Hertfordshire next Thursday.
This weekend's Duxford Air Festival will celebrate 75 years of the jet engine.
A former Paralympian who is registered as blind is getting ready to participate in the first Great Hertfordshire Area of Natural Beauty Marathon organised by Garden House Hospice Care.
Bassingbourn's glittering season came to a close with yet more triumphs and silverware.
A squash player from Melbourn has played her part in a success for England.
Three back-to-back promotions have Royston Cricket Club confident of a good year on their return to Cambridge Cricket Association Senior League Division One.
A schoolboy from Royston has claimed a bronze medal at the European Kung Fu Championship.
Reed Cricket Club's captain Tom Greaves sees no reason why they cannot make an impact in all competitions this season.
The House on Cold Hill is an old fashioned ghost story with some clever modern-day twists.
Enthusiasts came from far and wide to celebrate the annual Steam at the Hoops festival in Bassingbourn at the weekend.
The play has two preoccupations: English politics on the eve of the Second World War, the remains of an old era, and those last remaining, aristocratic households with live-in servants.
With a beautiful central relationship between Buckley and Walters at its core, the film Wild Rose is an uplifting British drama with bite, which gives its leading lady the chance to shine.