News stories from in and around Welwyn Hatfield in September 2019.
Residents are being asked to have their say on proposals aimed at preserving the heritage of the Peartree area in Welwyn Garden City.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough is reminding people to check for waste carrier licences as it considers the introduction of new powers to reduce fly-tipping.
Nominations are now open for the prestigious Welwyn Hatfield Civic Awards which celebrate the extraordinary commitment and inspirational achievements of local people.
Hatfield town centre received another artistic boost today courtesy of creative local art students.
The way residents pay for parking in council car parks in WGC will change from next week.
Campus West Cinema has topped the Royal Opera House's Independent Cinema League table for 2018/19.
Residents will have access to free safety advice and information next week, thanks to Wel Hat Safety Week.
Visitors, volunteers, Councillors and council staff celebrated 40 years of Mill Green Mill and Museum being open to the public at an event on Sunday 15 September.
Welwyn Hatfield residents will once again be offered greater protection from noise disturbances when Operation Balsam launches on Saturday 21 September.
The borough's success at the 2019 Anglia in Bloom Awards has been described as 'exceptional' by their distinguished panel of judges.