1985 - Watford Mosque opens
Labour leader Ed Miliband criticised the lack of investment in Watford General Hospital on a site visit this week.
The parents of Croxley Green pupil, Noah Collins, have created a video to thank all those supporters who helped raise the £80,000 needed to help him walk.
Motorists are set to see more speed restrictions as Hertfordshire County Council makes it easier to implement 20mph zones.
Police have found a woman who was reported missing yesterday.
Elected mayor Dorothy Thonrhill learned about the work of "neurokinex", a non-profit neurorehab centre in Rhodes Way, Watford, last week.
A free eight week fitness course is being offered to women in Bushey.
One lane of a main Maple Cross road will be closed tomorrow so work can be carried out on street lighting.
Last year’s "unbearably loud" Sri Lankan Cricket Festival could see the Moor Park event’s activities cut following concerns from residents.
A group of Watford ladies have shed almost 15 stone and raised more than £7,000 for charity in a Biggest Loser-style weight loss challenge.
Parents and prospective pupils were cautiously optimistic about the Cinderella transformation of a Watford school.
Members of a swimming club in Kings Langley are "gutted" that the pool they use will be demolished.
Watford Mencap Children’s Centre received a special Easter treat, courtesy of a local gym.
The youth counselling charity Signpost is seeking young people to join their Youth Parliament.
A council is looking for people to submit their memories of the borough as they celebrate 40 years.
A Hunton Bridge road will be closed tomorrow so maintenance works can be carried out.
The countryside management service in Hertfordshire is inviting people on a guided walk in Aldenham this weekend.
The National Union of Teachers' conference has voted for a strike that could close schools in the week beginning June 23.
The Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer defended a £528,000 bill for policing the Bilderberg conference, which must be paid by Hertfordshire taxpayers, suggesting "that’s how the system works".
1971, and the daffodils are out... oh. They've gone.