At Hereford Magistrates Court on Thursday 23rd February Hersh Kareem Hassan of Europe Quality Foods, Brookend Street, Ross-on-Wye pleaded guilty to 5 charges of supplying and being in possession for supply of cigarettes and tobacco which carried no written and pictorial health warnings.
Ledbury Heritage Centre in Church Lane, which is run by Herefordshire Council’s heritage services team, is gearing up for the 2012 season and is appealing for volunteers to staff it.
A Herefordshire man has been ordered to pay costs of more than £300 after admitting an offence of flytipping.
A Hereford man was yesterday (February 23) fined £140 after failing to pay an on-the-spot fine issued when he failed to clear up after his dog.
A Herefordshire pub landlord has admitted flytipping in a case heard at Hereford magistrates court yesterday (February 23).
Herefordshire Council’s planning committee has today (Wednesday, February 22) refused plans for a new Sainsbury’s store at Leadon Way, Ledbury.
At Worcester Crown Court yesterday (February 19) Tony Michael Small, 50, of Bert Evans Close, Hereford was sentenced to a term of 7½ months imprisonment for three unfair trading offences, in a case taken by Herefordshire Council’s trading standards service.
As site preparation nears its conclusion at the Old Market development site in Hereford, almost a kilometre of hoardings will be erected around the entire area over the course of the next month.
Herefordshire Council is urging county residents to take advantage of two government grants to help them keep their homes warm before the schemes come to an end later this year.
Business chiefs behind the county’s Enterprise Zone are looking back to the future for inspiration to create a bold branding concept that will put the Zone on the map.
Resurfacing works are taking place this week (w/c 20th February) on the A4103, on the Worcester side of Fromes Hill.
With the recent arrival of a cold spell of weather across the UK, Herefordshire Council’s successful bid in partnership with ten voluntary organisations for nearly £200,000 to help vulnerable people stay warm this winter is very timely.
As community games begin to spring up across the UK inspired by London 2012 Olympics, Hereford’s first big event is being planned.
It’s become a lot easier to find and track planning applications Herefordshire Council is processing thanks to a one-stop on-line planning facility which has just gone live.
Herefordshire Council has pledged to recognise the valuable role carers play in society by signing up to a charter to promote better support for carers.
Samantha Harber, 33, of Miller Craddock Way, Ledbury was sentenced at Hereford magistrates court on Thursday, February 16, for a benefit fraud where she claimed nearly £22,000 that she was not entitled to.
Award winning children's author and illustrator Ian Beck will be giving a talk on Edward Ardizzone - a life in pictures on Friday, February 24 at Leominster Library at 7.30pm.
Herefordshire Council continues to buck the national trend and deliver homes despite the current difficulties being experienced in the housing sector.
Herefordshire Council has supported the opening of a sixth community library in the county, this time at Longtown.
Shopkeepers, business organisations, voluntary organisations and the emergency services are among groups which have been briefed about a proposed refurbishment of Hereford's Broad Street.
Herefordshire Council’s libraries are encouraging families to pick up their pencils and create their very own wiggly squiggly storybooks based on the drawings of Edward Ardizzone.
A landlord who says road closures nearly forced him to call time on his pub is appealing to locals for support when workmen close the road again later this month.
Herefordshire Council’s contracting partners Amey used 800 tonnes of salt over the coldest weekend of the year so far.
The way youth services are provided comes under the spotlight this month as Herefordshire Council launches a consultation on the future of the county's youth services.
The secrets of success which have transformed well-known indoor markets will hopefully rub off on the transformation of Hereford’s Buttermarket.
The first webcast of a Herefordshire Council meeting proved a resounding success with more than 1,000 people having viewed it.
NHS Herefordshire is warning that as the cold weather arrives the level of flu like illness could increase, those at risk of getting serious complications from flu may be more vulnerable if they haven’t yet had the flu jab.
Residents across Herefordshire are being given the chance to take part in an arts competition aimed at celebrating the best of Herefordshire and Great Britain in 2012.
A budget which includes extra cash to pay for services for older people and means council tax levels will remain frozen for the second year has been approved by Herefordshire Council.
Families with young children in Bromyard are receiving good services thanks to a partnership arrangement between Herefordshire Council and H.O.P.E. Family Centre.