A Hitchin chicken takeaway has been announced as a finalist in the British Takeaway awards for the South East.
A 30-year-old man from Stevenage has been jailed for six years today after two “horrific attacks” on men outside pubs, which left them both with life-changing injuries.
Another van break-in in Baldock has sparked a police appeal for information and witnesses.
Two motorcycles have been stolen from a Honda garage in Letchworth during a burglary last week.
The Letchworth BID launched its proposal and business plan to businesses from across the town centre on Wednesday ahead of the reballot next month.
The Hitchin Automated External Defibrillation Scheme is still going strong – 16 years after purchasing its first public access defibrillator for the town centre.
Baldock-based Safety and Health visited the North Herts Police Cadets at Letchworth Police Station yesterday to mark Restart a Heart Day.
A man who was rescued from a a tower-block fire in Stevenage has died in hospital, police have today confirmed.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of GBH with intent after a stabbing at the Oval in Stevenage last night.
A teenager from Clifton was sentenced to 32 months in prison yesterday after admitting to a reckless arson that destroyed his ex-grilfriend’s home in Letchworth and killed her pet rabbit.
A man in his 20s suffered significant injuries to his face after intervening in an altercation between a group of men in Letchworth.
There were three burglaries in Stevenage in the early hours of Sunday morning – with police launching a witness appeal.
The Liberal Democrat opposition on Herts County Council have come up with a proposal that could see residential street lights stay on until 2am.
Police patrols are being increased in Letchworth and Baldock after five van break-ins in one week.
Police have confirmed that a 16-year-old girl who went missing from her home in North Herts has been found.
Letchworth’s Broadway Theatre is marking the centenary of the end of the First World War through film, spoken word, music and drama.
The Letchworth Music Club opens its next series of chamber music concerts on Wednesday.
Staff from the Biggleswade Specsavers branch have completed the Three Peaks challenge and have raised £2,850 for a guide dogs charity.
A Codicote resident has resorted to chasing a bin lorry and blocking its route to have her food caddie emptied after multiple missed collections.
There has been a crash near a Sainsbury’s store in Stevenage this afternoon, which is reported to have involved at least four vehicles.
St Mary’s Church in Little Wymondley welcomed some new members to its service on Sunday – including two alpacas and a goat called Angelica.
A spate of van break-ins has left a roofer from Baldock at least £3,000 out of pocket each of the four times he’s been targeted this year.
A Letchworth woman has taken part in a London to Brighton cycle to raise money for Breast Cancer Care after her wife’s diagnosis.
Ardeley St Lawrence Primary School has welcomed its newest member of staff, Miss Honey the Labrador puppy.
A Letchworth councillor has spoken out against sexual harassment and assault of women and girls after data revealed that one in three female pupils wearing school uniform had been sexually harassed in public.
A Hitchin woman has spoken about the “stigma” attached to mental illnesses and how it affects those living with them.
Garden House Hospice Care is holding a fair to help those making a will to make clear how they would like their estate to be distributed.
Six up-and-coming footballers from Herts and Beds have been offered free travel on Great Northern and Thameslink for their sports education in London, thanks to train operator Govia.
Runners dug deep to complete Standalone 10k in Letchworth on Sunday, raising £1,700 for two charities in the process.
This month brings a trio of authors to David’s Bookshop in Letchworth for book signings and discussions on history, geography and sport.