26-year-old charged with possessing cannabis after being stopped by police in Watford

Police stopped a white Mercedes on Thursday, September 24 on the A41, Colne Way, Watford as part of their automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) operation. - Watford Observer | News

Ex-Watford FC manager to kick-start Abbots Langley Tough Ten

This year’s event will be taking place on Sunday and the Fun Run, 3k, 5k and 10k races are set to be started by ex-Watford Football Club and England manager Graham Taylor. - Watford Observer | News

New hotel could be built in Rickmansworth

This afternoon, Premier Inn's parent company Whitbread said they want to invest in the town. - Watford Observer | News

Call for people to help maintain Langleybury church

The parochial church council (PCC) of St Paul’s Church will holding a meeting on October 13 to find a group of people from any faith interested in the maintenance of ancient buildings to lend a hand. - Watford Observer | News

More than £900 at Macmillan coffee morning

The biggest coffee morning has been hosted across the borough in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. - Enfield Independent | News

Delight as Watford stargazers sight supermoon

The phenomenon, last seen in 1982, occurred when the the moon was near to its closest point to the Earth. - Watford Observer | News

Faulty train causes travel chaos on Enfield Town line

People commuting from Enfield Town have faced a host of cancellations and delays after a faulty train at Edmonton Green. - Enfield Independent | News

More than 100 council homes to be sold off under government plans

FAMILIES could be forced into “unstable and expensive private renting” as more than 100 council homes are to be sold off. - Enfield Independent | News

Celebrations for Older People's Day can be made thanks to funding from council

The council gave clubs and organisations the opportunity to claim grants of up to £300 to enable to host events to celebrate Older People's Day on October 1 and Silver Sunday on October 4. - Watford Observer | News

Haringey's Jess Glynne talks about recovering from traumatic vocal surgery and getting to no. 1

Just weeks before the release of her debut album I Laugh When I Cry on August 21, Muswell Hill singer Jess Glynne had to have vocal surgery and was left unable to speak, or sing. - Enfield Independent | News

Labour membership doubles in Watford

The number of Labour members in Watford has doubled since May. - Watford Observer | News

Fire causes traffic chaos on M25

FIREFIGHTERS are urging motorists to avoid the M25 while they tackle a lorry fire. - Enfield Independent | News

Crimestoppers continues to help tackle crime in Hertfordshire

Statistics show that there were 1,069 pieces of information passed to Hertfordshire Constabulary by the charity in 2014/15, from which the police were able to take some form of action. - Watford Observer | News

Perivale shoplifter banned from BP service stations

A PERIVALE teenager is banned from all BP service stations in England and Wales by a criminal behaviour order. - Ealing Times | News

West Ealing doctor runs to improve survival chances of London major trauma patients

A WEST Ealing doctor will be healing in a different way this Sunday as she dons her running shoes for the Ealing Half Marathon. - Ealing Times | News