Review of 2013: May

A man his 50s died after his car crashed through a fence and in to a children’s playground in Park Street.

The former captain of the England blind football team, David Clarke, was left ‘staggered’ when he was asked to present the FA Cup during the final at Wembley Stadium. Harpenden’s Mr Clarke said: “The FA Cup is just such a big tradition in British football. I’ve grown up watching this on TV. Never once did I think I would be part of that in any way.”

St Albans cupcake owner Luisa Zissman made it on to our TV screens when she appeared in Lord Alan Sugar’s The Apprentice. Before her appearance she said: “When people look at me, they see a young girl with nails, hair extensions, fake boobs, and just assume I’m this kind of stupid little Barbie, who just floats along in life.“

Soon after her debut appearance raunchy photos of Luisa emerged online. Thought to be six years old the mother-of-one was seen topless, posing seductively and kissing women.

The front desk of St Albans police station was in danger of closing. Residents were told they may have to enquire over the phone or go to Hatfield or Watford police station for emergencies if plans were implemented.

The city welcomed a new volleyball pitch to Verulamium Park. Residents flocked to enjoy the pitch, was made of sand from the Olympic courts.

It was go, go, go for staff members at Mosaic Hair Studio in Marshalswick when they set themselves the challenge of enduring 108 miles on a treadmill to raise money for Age UK.


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