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.
With less than 2 weeks to go until the new state pension comes in, Age UK Harrow and Harrow Council urge everyone aged 50 and over to make sure they don’t miss out on what they are owed.
Cllr David Perry is to step down as Leader of Harrow Council on May 19th, after two years at the helm.
Work starts on the Stanmore site of the first new Council homes to be built in a generation
Harrow Council’s Regeneration Chief, Paul Nichols sets off today (10 March) on a challenging six-day ride to Cannes.
Thousands of Harrow residents will have a chance to discover their sporting passion next month at Harrow’s first ever Super Saturday of Sport.
This year's Business Den winner is Shout Out UK.
Employers who pick up workers for cash-in-hand jobs could land themselves with a fine and criminal record, after Harrow Council imposed a Public Space Protection Order at a casual labourers’ hot spot.
Excitement is building up for the borough’s biggest business event – Harrow Business Den.
If you live in Harrow then you have the right to vote - but you can lose that right if you don’t register.
Harrow Youth Parliament – the largest and most active in London – is calling on all young people to vote in this year’s 2016 youth elections.
Wealdstone will benefit from a £1.5million windfall, after Harrow Council last week won a grant for the town from the Mayor of London.
A modern 21st century space
Harrow Council’s cabinet last night backed a new vision for a bigger and better Harrow Arts Centre, when it handed over its arts & heritage services to Cultura London, an independent Charitable Trust.
Grange Farm Estate regeneration plans are available to view on Thursday 21 January.
The Business Den competition 2016 is now open to entries from local entrepreneurs.
Nursery children started the new year in an eco-friendly new home, thanks to the transformation of a derelict piece of Council park land.
Young people not in employment, education or training spent four days grasping the skills needed for the business world while raising almost £1,500 for Harrow FoodBank.
Innovative counselling scheme tackles domestic violence
Harrow’s Business Den returns for its 3rd year and invites budding entrepreneurs and small businesses to enter a dragon’s den style competition for the chance to take their business to the next level.
Volunteers, councillors and council officers swapped their morning routines with scrapers, sweepers and litter pickers to take part in a dedicated Community Clear Up Day.
Join Harrow and cheer them on a Magical Music Ride as the borough takes part in the 30th London New Year’s Day Parade on 1 January 2016.
Empty shops in Harrow are being opened up for free, to budding local entrepreneurs, under a scheme launched by Harrow Council.
Following the recent attacks in Paris, Mayor of Harrow Cllr Krishna Suresh wrote a letter to the Mayor of Paris to express his sympathy on the tragic events.