All Shook Up! Would-be Kings of Rock ‘n’ Roll will go head to head near Stevenage on Sunday – and Hitchin’s own Elvis will bring his show to the town hall that night.
Bedfordshire’s police and crime commissioner has confirmed that 40 per cent of the force’s resources are used in Luton.
Nine young bridge players from Hitchin have been to the House of Lords to test their skills.
A new social media site has been launched with the aim of preserving Wymondley parish’s history in cyberspace.
A man who was seriously injured in a crash on the A602 near Stevenage last weekend remains in hospital, more than a week after the incident.
A donation from the Jordans Trust in Biggleswade has helped a group of green-fingered Letchworth schoolchildren to grow their own fresh produce.
Multiple fire crews are at the scene of a field blaze on the edge of Biggleswade this afternoon.
History came to life on the opening day of the 2018 Flying Legends Air Show at IWM Duxford on Saturday.
Dino Maamria’s Stevenage hosted Portsmouth at the Lamex on Saturday afternoon. Read Layth Yousif’s report from Broadhall Way.
This time last year, some giant braille appeared on Hitchin’s Windmill Hill.
One might assume the Queen’s representative in Hertfordshire was a high-born baron lounging in a castle somewhere in the Home Counties Green Belt.
A Biggleswade nursery that was deemed ‘inadequate’ last year has now been rated ‘good’ in all areas by Ofsted inspectors.
The government must end Govia Thameslink’s contract if its new interim timetable does not improve railway journeys – that’s according to the chairman of North East Beds Labour, who is himself a train driver.
A woman from Stevenage has travelled to Westminster to rally MPs to support a new campaign calling on the Government to tackle the chronic shortage of NHS cancer staff.
A 24-hour fundraising fishing match has raised £1,120 for the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance.
Youth and world-class music were the highlights of a magical, sun-soaked Kimpton Folk Festival.
Garden House Hospice Care has raised £4,000 for its children’s bereavement service, and an additional £4,000 for its music therapy service from Tesco’s Bags of Help grant scheme.
A Letchworth teenager charged with attempted murder, attempted GBH with intent and two counts of possession of a bladed article has appeared in St Albans Crown Court this afternoon.
Central Bedfordshire Council has appointed the UK’s first ever newt officer to protect the species.
The standard bearer for the Stevenage branch of the Royal Air Force Association represented the town as the RAF celebrated its 100-year anniversary in London on Tuesday.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for a missing teenager from Stevenage.
A large number of food waste caddies in Letchworth, Baldock and the surrounding area were not collected on time this week, with many still outstanding.
A fire in Letchworth in the early hours of this morning is believed to have been started deliberately, Herts Fire and Rescue Service has confirmed.
Child abuse charity the NSPCC is dealing with more reports of child neglect in Hertfordshire than ever before in its history.
The popular Flavours of the World food market returns to Biggleswade this Sunday.
The new Costco store coming to Stevenage next year will include a petrol station, the company confirmed today.
Two bands will join forces in Hitchin this weekend to cover the second best-selling record in UK history.
There’s not enough money in the pot to fix every road defect in Central Bedfordshire.
A Hitchin primary school that has suspended teachers over alleged historical malpractice has been deemed by inspectors to require improvement.
North Herts District Council has been accused of misleading residents over plans for a new crematorium on the outskirts of Letchworth.