The past year has brought a big increase in thefts because the car parts contain precious metals which fetch a high price.
When Tony Morris learned wife Collette, 42, had untreatable cancer, lockdown was about to begin and he feared she would spend her final days alone.
Princess Alexandra Hospital trust launches virtual appointment system to maximise number of tests whilst maintaining social distancing.
Wedding anniversary gift from husband became a lucky charm after OAP defied doctors who said she would never walk again following accident.
An online photography exhibition is helping Hertfordshire's grassroot charities develop.
Elaine Blackaby’s purse was stolen at the Thorley Park store when a man approached and asked for directions to the town centre.
The event at Sworder's Field has been extended for an additional weekend.
Wearing his trademark fig-leaf leotard, Bob, 71, ran 18 laps in Furneux Pelham – a route that took him past his home 19 times!
Thorley Street residents and councillors fear houses are at risk of damage from lorries accessing building site.
The pair, both 22 and from Lithuania, were arrested following the theft of a Range Rover Sport.
Two homes in Sawbridgeworth were targeted by burglars on the same day. Police believe the incidents are linked.
The victim was approached by a tall, slim white man with a foreign accent just as she finished loading her shopping and handbag into her car boot.
Stortford-born Florence 'Florrie' Crouchman took an active role in the Rodings Friendship Club right up until her death.
The charity is to host two webinars demonstrating how it has adapted its services to the coronavirus pandemic.
In one case, a fraudster purporting to be from Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs tricked the victim out of £15,000.
How can a magician put on a live show when the dreaded coronavirus keeps getting in the way? Tom Brace has come up with the answer.
Man walking along Cricketfield Lane confronted by hooded youth aged 15-16 dressed all in black and with a scarf covering his face.
The victim suffered a broken wrist when a man in a group hurling insults at her friends pushed her to the ground.
Stortford boy Ben Hardy has severe impairment in both eyes as a result of rare genetic condition that affects just 50 people in the world.
Officers investigating report of outraging public decency on train to London release photo of man they want to speak to.