Parents who say their son was "robbed of his early childhood" after medical tests were delayed have won a settlement from an NHS trust.
A man who murdered his neighbour's partner by knifing him the heart, has been jailed for life.
Pre-season for Chesham Rugby Club's senior men's sides begins on Tuesday 15th July.
A four-year-old girl, who called herself a "devil child", is to be put up for adoption after being sexually abused in her home, a judge rules.
A woman who suffered burns to 28% of her body when a gas canister exploded at a music festival is to return to the event to thank those who helped her.
A 22-year-old man planning to travel to Turkey is arrested at Luton Airport on suspicion of terrorism offences.
A woman convicted of murdering her terminally ill husband loses an appeal against the length of her jail term.
Berkhamsted's Anne Dickins' Olympic legacy hopes
Neighbours get a court order to stop a man putting out food for birds, including raw meat, claiming the street is covered in mess.
More than 20 cathedrals across England, including St Albans Abbey, are awarded £5m by the World War One Centenary Repairs Fund.
Luton sign teenage striker Lee Angol on a one-year contract before sending him on a season-long loan to Boreham Wood.
Hertfordshire Mavericks head coach Karen Atkinson leaves the Superleague club, to be replaced by Sam Bird.
Three men are arrested by officers from the South East Counter Terrorism Unit (SECTU) on suspicion of Syria-related terror offences.
Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw tells MPs there are concerns about the governance of schools in towns including Birmingham, Bradford and Luton.
Greater Anglia trains has promised improvements to services after it invited six disgruntled passengers to Westminster to hear their complaints.
Two companies are fined after a instructor is paralysed from the waist down in a zip wire accident.
Stevenage sign striker Adam Marriott for a five-figure fee from Southern League Premier Division side Cambridge City.
A new 380,000 tonnes-a-year energy-from-waste incinerator to cost £1bn in Hertfordshire, is thrown out.
A man died after taking a toxic industrial chemical at a gym intended to help him lose weight, a court hears.
Watford re-sign midfielder Daniel Tozser on a two-year loan from Parma, after playing 20 games for them last season.