Premier Court has set up outdoor visits in line with social distancing guidelines so its elderly residents can see loved ones.
Organiser Renee Friend said: "They have been much appreciated, especially for those who live alone or have been in isolation."
The £10,000 garden at Manor Fields primary will be used by pupils plus members of Grove Cottage, Wiggly Willow and Welbeloved Club.
Shaheen Francis alerted Summercroft primary after Safia complained of sore throat and agreed with school's advice to seek Covid-19 test.
East Herts to update business cases for Old River Lane arts centre, Northgate End multi-storey and Grange Paddocks leisure centre as cuts loom.
Quarantine for the 'bubble' of 190 A-level students at St Mary's Catholic School in Bishop's Stortford set to last 14 days.
Sunday's event in the heart of Bishop's Stortford is part of the National Trust’s Heritage Open Day.
Husband and wife business consultants looking to spend less time on computers have opened Hellenic Bakeries Herts.
Hertfordshire's director of public health chief Jim McManus warns families of £10,000 fines for illegal gatherings.
Visitors will be able to learn about apple varieties and what can be made from them from the East of England Apple and Orchard Project.
The chart-topping musician and songwriter will take to the stage in the grounds of the Jacobean mansion in August 2021.
The community cinema reopened with "sell-out" screenings of comedy drama Military Wives and Oscar-winning South Korean black comedy Parasite.
Julie Marson spoke in the House of Commons after Hertfordshire police faced Extinction Rebellion printing press protestors.
Accused is charged with assault by penetration and sexual assault after 'posing as female' to attack victim in the street.
Four men were arrested by police at Dunmow after people were seen climbing out of a lorry trailer.
The victim was walking with a friend along an alleyway beside Marks and Spencer when they were approached by five lads aged 14-16.
Employers can offer jobless aged 16-24 a 6-month place funded by Govt which will pay minimum wage, NI and pension contribution for 25 hours a week.
The Ford Fiesta's bonnet was crunched, the grille was split and the passenger's side of the front windscreen cracked on impact.
Since July, staff at Hazel End Care Home have been treating guests to a taste of countries across the globe.
Last year the lives of 71 people in the county were saved by a transplant.