• 'Drugs, cash, and weapons' seized in Watford raid

    Two men in their 20s have been arrested on suspicion of drugs and weapons possession after a Watford raid. Herts Police executed a search warrant at an address in Greenbank Road, near Hempstead Road and the A41, in the early hours of yesterday

  • Find your perfect retirement home

    If you're looking for a safe, supportive and sociable retirement community to make your forever home Ayrton House offers the perfect fit. Also known as a later living community, the new housing development in Mill Hill, London, is specifically

  • Where to get real Christmas trees in Watford area

    It is time for Christmas decorations to go up which for many people means picking out the perfect tree for the holiday season. Finding a tree can be a tricky task but in and around Watford there are plenty of places where they can be purchased.

  • Snooker club to host evening with two stars of the sport

    Two of the biggest names in snooker will be making a guest appearance at a Watford club in the new year – and you can test yourself against one of them on the green baize. Shots Watford are hosting an evening with Jack Lisowski and Dennis Taylor

  • Man City to visit Vicarage Road on December 19

    Watford’s Under-18s will host Manchester City in the third round of the FA Youth Cup at Vicarage Road on Tuesday December 19 (7pm). Tom Cleverley’s side will be hoping for another strong performance in the competition, following last season’s run

  • Café unit on the market after business' closure

    A café unit has now gone on the market for a new business to take over after it closed down. The former BBs Play Café unit in New Parade, Chorleywood, was put up for let this week by Estate Agents Potter and Ford. It had operated as a small

  • New look for closed-down pub ahead of reopening

    A closed-down Watford pub has a new look as it gears up to reopen with a new operator. The Oddfellows, in Fearnley Street, was boarded up in April when a temporary operator left on short notice. Refurbishment plans were then submitted to Watford

  • Watford mayor makes tongue-in-cheek Elgin Marbles joke

    Watford's mayor has joked that he will not speak to New York's mayor until the Cassiobury House staircase is returned amid the UK-Greece Elgin Marbles row. Peter Taylor published a tongue-in-cheek post on X, formerly Twitter, after the spat over

  • Council set to consider selling former care home

    Hertfordshire councillors are set to consider selling a former care home in Abbots Langley. The county council-owned Margaret House had been operated as a 51-bed care home by a private company but shut in October 2020 over concerns about the quality

  • Early 'cold shower' helped Watford clean up their act

    A wake-up call, a slap round the face - or as Valerien Ismael described it, a cold shower – the first 20 minutes against Norwich were so bad it sent shudders down the spine that were not connected to the temperature. The Canaries scored with their

  • Places still offering Christmas dinner around Watford

    Christmas is creeping up on us with less than a month to go until the big day. It is the time of year where everyone is celebrating with dinners and drinks but it can be not easy to get a booking in Watford. We have rounded up some of the places

  • New planning app for 14 flats scheme above former bank

    Updated plans to redevelop a former bank in Watford have been submitted to the borough council. Permission to turn the old Lloyds Bank in St Albans Road into 14 flats and retail units was granted in early 2019, before the site was sold to a developer

  • Automate to Elevate: Banct's Super App for Businesses

    Welcome to business banking without borders. Local London start-up, Banct is an AI-backed banking solution. It is the all-in-one super-app for small and medium businesses and freelancers. But Banct is more than just a platform, it is a virtual