Two sell-out gigs at the city's Courtyard theatre have raised £21,000. The Bulls are struggling to pay a £78,000 tax bill.
An extremely rare medieval parchment has been found by staff at Herefordshire County Council during a clean up of the authority's archive.
New research has found that Prince William has Indian ancestry stretching back generations inherited from his mother Princess Diana.
A woman has been charged with giving poison to a girl in Herefordshire.
Mary Kidson, aged 55 and from Ledbury, is due to appear in court on January 29, on three counts of of administering poison to a female juvenile with intent to endanger life or inflict grievous bodily harm.
The charges follow a lengthy investigation by police at Hereford, working with Children’s Services and the local health authority
Ms Kidson, of Ledbury, has been on police bail while inquiries were ongoing.
The allegations relate to a child who is now aged in her teens and are alleged to have taken place between December 2010 and March 2013.
Reports of A4110 blocked due to flooding between B4529 and A44.
A number of roads are closed in Herefordshire due to flooding in the area.
The A4113 in Leintwardine has been shut off to traffic thanks to flooding near the A4110, and the A438 is closed near the Swan Inn pub in Letton due to flooding at Church Lane.
Several surrounding roads in both areas are also affected by flooding.
Herefordshire Council say thirty roads in the county are affected by flooding.
The C1189 Breinton road is closed at Breinton due to power cables being down.
A part-time game keeper from Herefordshire has been caught and fined for setting an illegal trap designed to harm birds of prey.
Wayne Edward Priday was ordered to pay more than £500 for using a pole trap - a device with a powerful spring placed on top of a post or pole where birds of prey are likely to perch.
When RSPB officers discovered the trap in Ludlow they set up surveillance cameras which caught Priday visiting it.
Police say they think the trap was intended to catch a goshawk, a very rare bird with perhaps only 500 pairs in the UK.
Veteran folk and rock performer Roy Harper is set to be tried next year over allegations he committed a string of sex offences in the Herefordshire area in the 1970s.
The singer-songwriter, who has performed with Pink Floyd and influenced rock band Led Zeppelin, was not required to appear for a short preliminary hearing held at Worcester Crown Court.
Harper, of Rossmore, near Clonakilty, Co Cork, in the Republic of Ireland, faces nine charges, including two counts of having unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl aged under 13.
The singer also faces three charges of indecent assault and four of gross indecency relating to the same alleged victim.
West Mercia Police announced last month that Harper had been charged with the offences, which are alleged to have occurred in the mid-1970s.
The 72-year-old is on unconditional bail and will next appear at the court on March 24, 2014 for a plea hearing.
A trial date has been set for August next year.
The prolific performer has produced more than 30 albums during his career.
Harper had been due to play on a bill alongside the likes of Eric Clapton and Robert Plant at London's Royal Festival Hall on Tuesday but has now withdrawn from the line-up. He was among the acts who had agreed to appear at a tribute to folk guitarist Bert Jansch, who died two years ago.
Influential singer-songwriter Roy Harper, 72, has been charged with a series of historic sex offences, police said.
- Harper is a prolific performer has produced more than 30 albums during his career.
- He performed a sold-out UK tour last month.
- Rock band Led Zeppelin cite him as a major influence, and released the 1970 track 'Hats off to (Roy) Harper'.
- Harper sang lead vocals on Pink Floyd's track 'Have a Cigar' on their 1975 classic album 'Wish You Were Here'.
- Pete Townshend, Kate Bush and Fleet Foxes are others who have named Harper as a key influence.
- He was awarded the MOJO Hero Award by the music magazine in 2005.
Charges against influential musician Roy Harper include two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl under 13, police said.
A West Mercia Police spokesman said:
– West Mercia Police spokesman
The summons relates to two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl under 13, three counts of indecent assault on a girl under 14 and four counts of gross indecency with a girl under 14.
The charges are in connection with offences alleged to have taken place in Herefordshire between 1975 and 1977 and relate to one victim.
A summons was issued to the musician on October 16, after he was voluntarily interviewed by police at Heathrow Airport on February 22.