An appeal has been launched to help people in Hertfordshire who are struggling to make ends meet to keep warm and well this winter, and a high demand for help has already been received.
Police forces in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire cannot act on a total of 74 complaints made in the last four years about adults having sex with teenagers in their care because of a legal loophole, the NSPCC has found.
The cream of Hertfordshire’s businesses have been celebrated at a glittering awards ceremony.
The Wild in Herts campaign – set up to inspire Hertfordshire residents to get outside and explore news areas – has compiled a list of top things to do this half term.
Hertfordshire GPs are leading the way in prescribing patients social activities rather than drugs, the body which plans and pays for health services in our region says.
Two films raising awareness of young people’s mental health have been released after a countywide competition among schools in Hertfordshire.
More than 1,300 child abuse image offences have been recorded by police in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire in the last two years, according to new figures obtained by the NSPCC.
A Royston father and his son have been jailed after conning elderly victims into handing over a total of £250,000 for extensive building works their homes didn’t need.
A child abuse charity has condemned the government’s “dangerous” decision to backtrack on its pledge to make sexual relationships between sports coaches and 16- and 17-year-olds in their care illegal.
Services for children with special educational needs are to get a £3 million boost in Hertfordshire.
Child abuse charity the NSPCC is dealing with more reports of child neglect in Hertfordshire than ever before in its history.
Thefts from vehicles in Hertfordshire have increased by 10 per cent on average compared with the same three-month period last year, police have announced today.
The future of Cuffley Camp as an outdoor education centre has been secured today – seven months after funding from Herts County Council was withdrawn.
Primary school places have been allocated today – with 94.6 per cent offered their first choice in Cambridgeshire, and 86 per cent receiving the same news in Hertfordshire.