A Rickmansworth football fan was given the opportunity to take part in an "unforgettable experience" when he was invited to play at Wembley Stadium this week.
The newly appointed principal of a Garston academy said she is delighted to be leading the school which she studied at more than two decades ago.
A special speaker will be attending the Chorleywood and District RSPB Group’s meeting next month.
Police have closed Pinner Road northbound after a serious accident involving a pedestrian and a bus outside Bushey Station.
1956 - and it's time for a tidy-up
Plans to build 11 new homes and seven one bedroom supported living flats in Bushey Heath have been granted, to the "utter horror" of residents who have fought against the application for five years.
A care home in Watford has celebrated the completion of a project to help people with dementia.
A coffee morning will be held next month in Bushey Heath to raise funds for the air ambulance service.
Motorists are set to face delays in Abbots Langley as work is carried out on a railway bridge.
Three Rivers Community Safety Partnership has launched a horse patrol project this week.
A free vehicle crime prevention event is being held in Watford today.
1985 - and kung fu death stars cause a stir in Watford
A "forgotten" west Watford school will be demolished and rebuilt following a £20 million government grant.
London Underground workers are planning five days of strike action over Tube ticket office closures, the RMT Union has announced.
Chorleywood Parish Council will be holding its Village Day on Saturday, July 12.
Roadworks are set to cause motorists delays in Kings Langley.
1969, and Watford FC are promoted. Point me at the nearest fountain...
More than 94 per cent of children in Hertfordshire have been allocated a place at one of their preferred schools this year, despite a large increase in the number of applications.
Allegations levied at a Watford mayoral candidate over the spending of taxpayers’ money have been called a "desperate" attempt to gain political support as elections draw near.
The remaining cost of policing the Bilderberg Group meeting in Watford will be paid by Hertfordshire tax payers after an application for a grant has been refused by the Home Office.