A biker is offering a £750 reward for anyone who helps find his stolen motorcycle.
Dangerous fence posts and antisocial parking on the Harebreaks estate could soon be resolved thanks to the collective voice of residents living there.
Long-term injured referee Lee Probert may feel somewhat at home when he makes his Premier League comeback at Vicarage Road on Saturday.
Fire and ambulance crews were called out after a person fell 30 feet down into a valley in Watford.
More than 20 primary school children were not given their first choice of secondary school.
After 16 years of “sterling service”, a familiar councillor will step down as Hertfordshire County Council representative for Woodside and Stanborough.
The heroic MP who tried valiantly to save the life of stabbed policeman PC Keith Palmer has paid quiet tribute to the victims of last week’s terror attack in Westminster.
A homeless man with links to Watford is missing.
Just over nine months after the UK’s historic vote to leave the European Union the government will on Wednesday start the formal proceedings for leaving the bloc by triggering article 50.
A Watford biker’s funeral will take place next month.
A round-up of those dealt with by magistrates between March 2 and 7.
A member of the Watford Camera will have his work displayed in an exhibition by Royal Photographic Society, for which more than 3,000 members around the world entered their photographs.
A two-month injury lay-off has not stopped Christian Kabasele giving his thoughts on his time at Watford, with the 25-year-old on a 'difficult' start to his career at Vicarage Road.
Kings Langley earned a deserved point following a battling display in a 1-1 draw at Weymouth, although their safety margin to the Southern League Premier Division drop zone was reduced to two points.
Matt Wallace may have been unable to translate being the Barclays Kenya Open third round leader into a first victory on the Challenge Tour but he can still reflect on a very good week after achieving his best result as a professional.
With the international break in full swing, there was little in the way of club opportunities for most of Watford's loanees.
Our pick of events happening this week.
Craig Cathcart played the full 90 minutes of Northern Ireland's 2-0 win over Norway last night, earning his first international cap since Euro 2016.
Mattresses, microwaves and cardboard is just some of the rubbish that has been dumped in another country lane.
The UK's most tattooed man helped police to track down Watford striker Troy Deeney's stolen £180,000 Lamborghini.
A man was taken to hospital with a head injury after a fight in Watford.
The new 12-sided £1 coin enters circulation tomorrow, as the old “round pound” is set to disappear from our spare change.
Fire crews extinguished a fire that was started deliberately last night.
Good morning all.
Faoth leaders in the town have taken a defiant stand against terror.
Roadworks and road closures may cause delays around Watford this week. Here are some you might want to try and avoid: