The deadline to register to vote in this year’s local and European elections is fast approaching.
Staff at the council were treated to delicious cakes and cookies baked by children and teenagers from The Firs.
Break out the bunting – Harrow Council is waiving road closure fees for any residents holding a big community lunch this June.
Jobseekers can now attend workshops and CV surgeries at Harrow Council’s Xcite Employment and Training Fair on April 28.
Harrow Council has today published a report into claims of institutional racism at the authority.
Children, teachers, parents and organisers of the council’s Fruitables project marked Harrow’s 60th anniversary by baking a tasty cake for the Mayor.
Now you can work, browse and play with super-fast internet access – in all of Harrow’s busiest places
The potential to create hundreds of new homes and improve the quality of the council’s existing housing will be outlined at Harrow Council’s cabinet meeting this Thursday.
A council worker has been hailed an ‘unsung hero’ after he set up an innovative project which saw dozens of parents setting up their own fruit and veg stalls in schools.
Harrow Youth Parliament held their annual general meeting on Thursday (27 March) where a new chair and MYP were elected.
Were you at a school in Harrow in 1954? If so, you now have the chance take a trip down memory lane with the Mayor of Harrow, Cllr Nana Asante to celebrate Harrow’s Diamond Jubilee.
Dozens of council-owned garages which have become a magnet for anti-social behaviour are to be demolished – and residents will get their say on what should replace them.
The thunder of feet and the cheer of onlooking crowds reverberated through dozens of Harrow venues during the borough’s biggest sporting weekend yet.
More than 130 business representatives packed into the council chamber to watch Harrow Council’s first ever Business Den competition.
On Wednesday 26th March 2014, the National Union of Teachers has called a national strike by its members.
Harrow Council is backing a London-wide Home Office campaign to help ensure that residents are not being duped into giving criminal or terrorist organisations money when they donate to charity.
A littering hotspot has became the first private road to receive a deep clean as part of a new drive to clean up previously untackled roads.
A host of good causes are being backed with council cash in this year’s round of grant funding awards.
An ageing council estate has been given a new lease of life following a unique renovation project by Harrow Council.
Harrow Council celebrated the tireless work of dozens of foster carers during a sparkling awards evening.
47 youngsters were newly elected following the the youth election last month.
Harrow was one of hundreds of local authorities across the country which took part in the historic inaugural ‘Fly A Flag for the Commonwealth’ today, marking Commonwealth Day (Monday, 10 March).
Five entrepreneurs will battle it out for a chance to win a top package of support at Harrow Council’s Business Den competition.
A Harrow Council worker has received an award for the work he has done to improve fire safety in the homes of vulnerable people.
Harrow has the lowest rate of teenage pregnancies in London, new figures reveal.
The Mayor of Harrow Cllr Nana Asante invites you to join her on Saturday 8 March to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) which celebrates the social, political and economic achievements of women.
Young people successfully organised three days of creative learning for other teenagers across the borough during half term.
Charities and voluntary groups in Harrow will receive vital help to raise more funds and recruit volunteers, following the launch of a council-backed support service.
Employers from businesses, colleges and community organisations found out more about how to make their workforce healthier and happier at the launch of a new Harrow Council-run scheme.
Your chance to look at restoration designs and plans for Headstone Manor.