Harrow Council today announced it would explore a "different direction" for Harrow Arts Centre after ambitious plans with charity CulturaLondon to transform the site fell short of fundraising targets.
Local heroes and guests enjoyed an unforgettable evening, celebrating the borough’s amazing volunteers.
Seasoned criminal has book thrown at him
Council sends message to anti-social litterers
Cognitive SaaS service will help people choose integrated, personalised health and social care services
Residents who are disabled or require mobility assistance can continue to benefit from DisabledGo.
On September 3, 1916 - 100 year’s ago, German airships set out to begin a fierce air raid on London the greatest single airship raid of the First World War.
An innovative new transport hub, launched jointly last week by Brent and Harrow Councils, is helping 1,500 young people with physical disabilities or learning difficulties get to school, while saving tax-payers in both boroughs a packet.
On 7 January 2014, The London Borough of Harrow published a press release concerning Mr Khalid Undre's conviction for four animal welfare offences.
Due to the summer holidays, the implementation of new CPZ zones has been postponed until 1 October 2016.
Take extra care in this spell of warm weather
Harrow Council became the first London borough to sign up to a new charter to provide protection to staff who become terminally ill. It will protect more than 5,800 staff employed by the council.
Record-breaking fine "a big win for Harrow residents"
The new Met initiative that's helping to beat the burglars
Almost exactly 21 years ago, one of the worst atrocities since the second world war took place in Srebrenica, Bosnia.
The colours of the rainbow are brightening the streets of London for the two-week Gay Pride festival and Harrow Council is proud to be a part of it.
The following message is from the Chief Executive & Council Leader regarding the Orlando Shootings
The search is on for Harrow’s unsung heroes who work quietly behind the scenes to make a difference to the lives of others and their community.
Schools in Harrow took part in Walk to School Week last week. The week of activities across the borough encourages school children and their parents to walk to school and leave the car at home.
Queensbury Park has been undergoing something of a transformation over the last two years.
Deadline for this year's Harrow's Heroes awards nominations is Sunday 31st July.
Harrow Council has an extra £1m to spend on its 5,000 tenants’ homes thanks to getting the very best from their contracts - saving cash and giving a better service to Harrow’s Council tenants.
Harrow special needs school wins top rating from Ofsted
Council announces plan to redesign community mental health service
Almost 25 years ago, 8000 lives were lost when a genocidal massacre took place in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica.
Save the date : Sunday 12 June
A landlord who rented his hazardous property to a family for years was successfully prosecuted by Harrow Council and ordered to pay fines and costs totalling more than £16,000.
A brand new MOT service launched by Harrow Council is to benefit residents and businesses in the borough.
An opening ceremony marked a new chapter for Stanmore Library, following a month-long refurbishment.
Residents are invited to celebrate the Queen’s landmark birthday with beacons being lit at Old Redding and Harrow Civic Centre.