Herefordshire Council is to add its name to a court petition calling for Hereford United to be wound up.
Hereford United is given an extra 42 days to pay off debts as a petition for a winding-up order is adjourned in the High Court.
Hereford United is given another week to pay off debts at a High Court hearing in London.
Hereford United director John Edwards says he is confident the club has been saved from extinction.
Hereford United faces liquidation unless it can pay off its creditors within two weeks.
The owner of Hereford United will no longer be financially supporting the club after failing the Football Association's fit and proper test, he confirms.
The owner of Hereford United says he has "big business people" poised to invest in the club after fans protested.
About 250 protesters gather outside Hereford United's home ground to voice their disapproval at the recent handling of the club.
Herefordshire Council deem Hereford United's Edgar Street ground safe enough to host their Southern League opening game.
Hereford are still to be granted a safety certificate, just four days before the new Southern League season kicks off.
Hereford will start the new Southern League season after their long-standing winding-up order was adjourned for a fourth time.
Ex-Hereford boss Peter Beadle says seeing over 650 people attend a supporters' team friendly game was "astonishing".
The Southern League confirms that, contrary to a previous announcement, Hereford United are under a transfer embargo.
Alfreton defender Luke Graham says he wants a fresh start after a difficult spell at cash-strapped Hereford.
Herefordshire Council is looking at its options regarding the future of three leases on Hereford United's Edgar Street stadium.
Hereford United appoint Jon Taylor as manager of the troubled Southern League club.
Hereford United Supporters' Trust (HUST) vote to boycott home games next season, in protest at owner Tommy Agombar.
Hereford United miss out on potential fees for talented teenagers Jarrod Bowen and Billy Murphy.
Troubled Hereford United have their winding-up order hearing adjourned for another 21 days.
Former Hereford United manager Peter Beadle confirms he is still owed money by the troubled football club.