Adult social care workers have marked National Apprenticeship Week - which runs until Friday - by producing videos encouraging people to apply for an apprenticeship in their field.
The amount of waste recycled in Hertfordshire has dropped over the past 12 months, according to new figures.
Senior officers at Hertfordshire County Council are set to receive a two per cent pay rise and a £3,000 bonus, provided they've exceeded their targets.
Items from Herts County Council's art collection are to go under the hammer next month, it has emerged.
Plans have today been approved for the dilapidated Cuffley Camp Outdoor Centre, which has served thousands of pupils across Herts over the years.
A bus service linking Hitchin and St Albans is among a number that will receive continued financial support from Hertfordshire County Council.
Hertfordshire has been chosen as a national trailblazer in school mental health support, with children set to get early help from specialist teams as part of a new initiative.
Licensing officers from taxi firms across Herts were invited to a training session in Letchworth to raise awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking.
Two hundred roads across Hertfordshire will benefit from maintenance work between now and the end of March, with an extra £7.8 million being spent by the council.
For this year's annual 16 Days of Action on Domestic Abuse - from November 25 to December 10 - a campaign is being launched in Hertfordshire to raise awareness of how domestic abuse can affect the elderly.
Hertfordshire County Council has awarded an emergency bus contract for the 202 Ashwell station bus route, which will see the "vital service" continue to run from November 19.
Hertfordshire families can now sign up to a new Family Centre Service which started last month and will be fully operational by January.
'Bringing the deficit down is now bearing fruit' - Conservative councillor Julian Cunningham, executive member for finance at North Herts District Council, shares his views on the Budget.
The Liberal Democrat opposition on Herts County Council have come up with a proposal that could see residential street lights stay on until 2am.