The history of trade and shopping is the theme of a new Museum on the Move exhibition, Luxuries and Essentials, which makes its debut in Hereford’s High Town this week (Monday 2 April).
Herefordshire businesses are to get extra support to help them make the most of the internet.
Herefordshire Council is urging people in Hereford and Leominster to fill in and return travel surveys that have been landing on doorsteps over the last two weeks.
Herefordshire Council is co-ordinating a ten-week programme of English classes to help prevent poverty and isolation amongst migrant workers and non-English speaking residents.
Young people from across the county are planning to entertain the public at an exciting promenade style performance in Hereford’s High Town.
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Herefordshire is gearing up for a taste of the Olympic Games when the Olympic Torch passes through a number of towns in the county on Thursday and Friday, May 24 and 25.
The head teachers and staff at Weobley High School and The Brookfield School have been selected for a top role supporting schools in challenging circumstances across the country.
As plans to ease traffic congestion in the city begin to take shape, Herefordshire Council is working with its partners to begin a two month programme of transport surveys.
The Environment Agency and Herefordshire Public Services (Herefordshire Council and NHS Herefordshire) are holding an event in Herefordshire to help people find out how they can stay safe if an emergency occurs.
The invitation has gone out to pupils and students at the county’s schools and colleges to “get involved” and make this year’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations something to remember.
Better protection for taxi drivers and their passengers was on the agenda at a meeting between Herefordshire Council and representatives of the county’s taxi association.
Herefordshire health professionals are getting together this week to explore ways of improving immunisation rates amongst the county’s young children.
A Hereford man who claimed £25,000 in benefits that he was not entitled to was today (March 6) sentenced to a four-month custodial sentence, suspended for 18 months.
Pedestrians heading for Hereford city centre are being advised that over the next few weeks they may have to walk a different way into the city if they approach it from Edgar Street.
The Top Cross in Ledbury, the A449, will be closed from the traffic lights to the entrance of the police station on Saturday, March 24 and Sunday, March 25.
Herefordshire Council and Hereford Jobcentre Plus are inviting young people to come and talk to employers and learning and skills professionals about career opportunities, at the Shirehall, Hereford on 14 March from 10.
Growing older is something most of us don’t like to think or talk about, but Herefordshire residents are being invited to an event to discuss how to improve the quality of life we hope to enjoy as we mature.
Take the leap and quit: that's the message behind the 2012 national No Smoking Day campaign.
A proposal to reduce the number of Herefordshire Council councillors by four to give electors a fairer representation has been agreed by Herefordshire Council.
Herefordshire Council has approved a council tax freeze for 2012/13 which means council tax levels will remain frozen for the second year running.