An aspiring triathlete from Tring has joined forces with a former British triathlon champion in a bid to step up her training.
A carol concert for the Royal British Legion will be held at St Peter’s Church in Berkhamsted at 2pm on Sunday.
New homes could still replace a community hub after a planning blunder forced Dacorum’s politicians to retract an earlier decision to reject the development.
The final acts to play on Friday and Saturday at next year’s Chilfest have been confirmed.
Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident which led to the death of a 46-year-old man on Wednesday.
A man has died after emergency services were called to Fairthorn Drive, Tring, yesterday afternoon following reports of a man trapped underneath a vehicle.
The Alzheimer’s Society has awarded Tring official Dementia Friendly status as part of the government’s Dementia Challenge scheme.
A motorist was slapped with a parking fine by an unsympathetic traffic warden when his 1951 Land Rover broke down.
A man has been jailed for 10 months after stealing replica rhino horns from Tring’s Natural History Museum.
Nature lovers will have the chance to join reserve warden Owain Hegarty and his team on a guided walk around the College Lake on Saturday.
Campaigners accused a church group behind plans to demolish a social centre to make way for housing of being hostile and intimidating.
Barclays Bank staff in Hemel Hempstead town centre hope that customers will bear with them as they raise cash for a good cause tomorrow.
A bumper £15,500 was raised for the Pepper Foundation during a weekend auction.
Tring’s mayor Roxanne Ransley has promised to send a new book tracing George Washington’s ancestry back to her town to the American ambassador to the UK.
Plans to open a brewery in Berkhamsted should come to a head in time for the 100th anniversary of the closure of the last one to be based in the town.
A charity is looking for people to sign up for its biggest loser challenge to see who can lose the most weight in 18 weeks.
Jason Donovan will appear at next year’s Chilfest.
Firefighters gave first aid to an elderly man who collapsed after his home became smoke logged during a cooker fire.
Youth theatre talent and local musicians have been added to the entertainment bill ahead of Tring’s Christmas Festival at the end of the month.
Berkhamsted’s member of the UK Youth Parliament has rejected calls to lower the age of consent to 15 – but her Tring counterpart is keeping more of an open mind about it.
Best-selling British author Catherine Alliott will be judging entries to next year’s Berkhamsted Writing Competition for the Hospice of St Francis.
A professional cake baker and decorator from Tring scooped a gold award at the Cake Internation show at the Birmingham NEC. Sherry Hostler’s intricate burlesque cake was awarded a gold medal certificate after she entered the raunchy design into the wedding cake category.
As I lay on the bed in the cosy room above a busy vegan cafe in Berkhamsted, I wasn’t sure what to expect.
The first three acts at next year’s Chilfest have been confirmed as post-punk comedy vaudevillians Bad Manners, It’s a Mystery singer Toyah Willcox and Scottish rock band Big Country.
A good cause is inviting the public to Light up a Life in memory of a loved one who they have lost.
Work by composers such as Bach, Schubert and Brahms will ring out at St Peter and St Paul’s church in Tring this weekend.