New playground has 'wow factor'

A school has given its playground a new lease of life just in time to welcome its latest reception classes. - Enfield Independent | News

Football sessions for deafblind people

DEAF and blind people over the age of 16 can take part in free football sessions. - Enfield Independent | News

Ealing schoolgirl overwhelmed by support for Calais' Jungle refugee camp

AN EALING schoolgirl has been astounded by the support of her peers for refugees in Calais. - Ealing Times | News

Khiry Ford stabbing: cousin tried to take Khiry away from street argument

The cousin of Khiry Ford has described the moments leading up to his death on the night of her 18th birthday party. - Enfield Independent | News

Hunt for first ever colour television made in Enfield

The hunt for the first ever colour television has been launched. - Enfield Independent | News

Legion and forum to help armed veterans with financial advice

Armed forces veterans will now be able to get free advice next month with the help of the Royal British Legion (RBL). - Enfield Independent | News

Christmas comes early for Bushey school as pupils receive class presents

Each class from Longwood School in Bushey Hall Drive, received a gift from the Friends of Longwood group at a special assembly last Friday. - Watford Observer | News

'Dream come true' for designer at London Fashion Week

A budding fashion designer said it was a “dream come true” as her work was showcased at London fashion week. - Enfield Independent | News

Police chief pleased with victim service's figures

Beacon has helped more than 1,500 priority cases in Watford, Three Rivers and Hertsmere - Watford Observer | News

Scheme to help children become healthier and fitter starts new programme in Watford

Non-profit organisation BeeZee Bodies launched the 17-week programme yesterday at Leavesden Green Community Centre, in conjunction with Watford Community Housing Trust and Hertfordshire County Council - Watford Observer | News

Missing man has links to Enfield

A man who went missing last month may have links to Enfield. - Enfield Independent | News

Families with a disabled child under 19 enjoyed an end of summer picnic

Nearly 60 people, from Watford and south west Hertfordshire, attended the Carers in Hertfordshire Family Picnic at Aldenham Country Park, on Sunday - Watford Observer | News

Former colleague pays tribute to Bushey man who was found dead outside a cemetery

Simon John Lockstone, of Ashfield Avenue died when the Fiat Panda he was driving crashed outside Edgwarebury Cemetery in Edgware early on Wednesday, September 9. - Watford Observer | News

Curry night kicks off fundraising for the Abbots Langley Tough Ten

More than 40 guests attended the money raising event at Abbots Tandoori on Monday. - Watford Observer | News

Grant to help elderly improve computer skills

Pensioners now have the chance to improve their computer skills after thousands was donated to a charity. - Enfield Independent | News