The longstanding traders at a popular Cassiobury Park kiosk will be ousted when a new café opens later this year.
Proposals to raise council tax by nearly 5 per cent were approved by Hertfordshire county councillors on Tuesday evening.
A petition has been started to save a “lifeline” bus service.
Stuart Bingham will be aiming for back-to-back ranking titles when he competes in the Coral Shoot Out in Watford, which starts on Thursday.
Watford’s Clas Ohlson branch has closed down due to poor financial turnover.
Luke Groves had to settle for a share of 33rd place after he was unable to make positives strides up the leaderboard in the final round of the Alps Tour’s Red Sea Little Venice Open in Egypt.
Watford have reportedly agreed a deal to sign Alaves right-back Kiko Femenia this summer.
Kings Langley took time off from the stresses of continuing their quest to survive in the Southern League Premier Division to beat Bushey Sports Club 3-1 in the first round (quarter-final) of the invitation only West Herts St Mary’s Cup.
I am not sure if Derek Scudder has unwisely stopped reading his local newspaper.
A football team’s plans for a 200-seat stand have been approved.
West Ham United will be looking for revenge at Vicarage Road this weekend after their defeat against Watford this season.
A college in Hertfordshire has announced its intention to merge with another in London.
A cyclist has been taken to hospital following a crash involving a car earlier this morning.
Morrisons has recalled a meat product after finding it was infected with a bug that can lead to meningitis.
Emergency services are gearing up for the arrival of Storm Doris, with strong winds and heavy rain expected to batter south west Hertfordshire later this week.
Two of Hertfordshire’s attractions have been voted the best-loved free visits in the whole of England. Can you guess what they are?
A Watford charity has handed out the first baby boxes to parents, filled with essentials such as nappies, clothes and books.
The Watford Observer has been on a behind-the-scenes tour of the major construction project taking place right in the heart of Watford town centre.
Millions of pounds could be made available for adult social care services in Hertfordshire after the decision to cease payments was rescinded “pending further consideration”.
Good morning all.
A round-up of those dealt with by magistrates between January 31 and February 1.