Officers investigating an assault during a football match in Hertford are appealing for information and witnesses. Between 3.45pm and 4pm on Saturday, August 5, a verbal altercation occurred at Hertford Football Club in West Street. During the incident one of the Hertford FC players was assaulted and suffered a cutRead More →

The frequency and sophistication of cyber attacks continues to rise globally according to research data from the Global Threat Intelligence Center (GTIC) 2017 Q2 Threat Intelligence Report released by NTT Security, an NTT Group company. The report, based on events identified across the NTT Security global client base during the secondRead More →

The Radlett Art Society (RAS) recently gave prizes to Art & Design students from West Herts College in partnership with the John Apthorp charity. The John Apthorp charity donates £4,000 to the RAS each year to award students from the University of Hertfordshire and West Herts College. Students were nominatedRead More →

The historic Watford landmark will host some of the best internationally acclaimed jazz musicians, bands and dancers during the afternoon extravaganza from 1-6pm. There will be live cabarets, dance classes for children and adults, professional dance displays, a vintage photo booth and more – all for free. The JiveSwing FestivalRead More →

The Big Screen on the Beach was a massive hit last summer and has been tipped as the place to be this summer. You can look forward to big blockbusters including the award winning La La Land, Sully, and Kong: Skull Island as well as some great classics such as Harry Potter, Sister ActRead More →

Eleven parks and open spaces in Watford have been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as some of the very best in the country. They are: Cassiobury Park, Woodside Playing Fields, Cheslyn House and Gardens, Waterfields Recreational Ground, Callowland Recreational Ground, North Watford Playing Fields, Oxhey Park, St Mary’sRead More →