Councillor Paul Morris has been elected as Hertsmere’s new mayor.
A teenage girl separated from her friends on a night out at Oceana in Watford was put in a taxi and driven to a muddy park 25 miles away, where she was raped by a stranger, a court heard on Tuesday.
The chairman of a community group in Leavesden has hit out at residents for the poor turnout at a sponsored walk to raise money for the restoration of a war memorial stone.
A host of former England cricketers have pledged to support youth charity Signpost’s third annual six-a-side cricket tournament.
International guests visited a Bushey school as part of a European project aimed at improving language education.
Children from a school in Kings Langley grabbed their books to take part in a readathon to raise thousands of pounds for charities dedicated to caring for seriously ill children.
A rugby club in Watford has started selling its own labelled beer thanks to a small independent craft brewer which has opened in the town.
Two Bushey people were arrested on suspicion of burglary this morning.
A buffet, live music, professsional speakers and relatives talking about their experiences suffering from cancer will help raise money for charity at the Watford Town Seventh-day Adventist Church in Brixton Road, Watford, from 3pm until 6pm on Sunday, June 9.
The differences in wearing uniform and cycling to school were just some of the things students from a Kings Langley School discussed when they met pupils from a college in Holland.
An organisation dedicated to supporting local horse riders has been inspired by a visit from Paralympic Dressage Rider, Sophie Christensen OBE, who joined them to celebrate their 40th anniversary in Flaunden.
Watford FC fans travelling to Wembley for Monday’s play-off final will be prevented from unfurling their iconic ‘Come on you ‘orns’ banner due to health and safety fears.
Handbags, rings and hundreds of pounds of cash are just some of the things that have been stolen from patients during their stay at Watford General Hospital.
Friends and family of a young South Oxhey man who died of cystic fibrosis celebrated what would have been his 22nd birthday in style with a charity football match.
The opening of two new free schools in Watford, with links to the University of Hertfordshire, has been approved.
Firefighters were called to a roof fire in Garston yesterday evening.
Education Secretary Michael Gove has approved plans for a new Radlett secondary school.
Pedal power helped teachers raise money for their autistic school last weekend.
Former Watford, Liverpool and England star John Barnes threw away £15,000 in a moment of "immense frustration."
Two volunteers’ "pride and joy" has been destroyed after mindless vandalism left part of a Bushey field in tatters.