Would you know if there were a slave next door? That’s the question that will be asked in Hitchin at an awareness evening.
Dignitaries including Lord Trenchard and MP Sir Oliver Heald were on hand to help mark the centenary of the RAF in Letchworth.
It’s judgement day for the future of Central Bedfordshire next Thursday, as the district’s Local Plan goes before a vote on whether to submit it to central government.
Young members of Hitchin Swimming Club are celebrating after they won their county division at the first attempt.
Strangers rushed to the aid of a woman in her 70s who uses a mobility scooter after she was targeted by muggers in a Stevenage park yesterday.
Concerns are growing for the welfare of a 37-year-old man from Letchworth who has been missing since yesterday afternoon – and police have now appealed for help finding him.
Hertfordshire County Council has entered a joint venture to build new homes in Letchworth, Stevenage, Welwyn Garden City, St Albans and elsewhere as part of a £2 billion development scheme.
A man from Ickleford who ran the London Marathon dressed as a lobster is back in the suit tomorrow night when he appears on ITV’s Ninja Warrior UK.
Dedicated fundraisers from Sandy, Langford and Stotfold will be joining the thousands running the London Marathon this weekend.
Emergency crews are on the scene after a crash on a major road in Stevenage.
Plans to build a house and nine flats next to the only pub in Knebworth were tonight branded “shoehorning with a vengeance” and refused.
A cannabis factory discovered in a Letchworth industrial unit with a potential annual crop worth £1.5 million is the biggest ever in Hertfordshire, police said today.
A Henlow soldier who raped a woman at knifepoint before trying to hang himself has today been jailed for more than 10 years.
A man who slashed a former friend with a Stanley knife in a Stevenage street, leaving him with horrific facial injuries, was today jailed for 12 years.
A quiz will be held tomorrow night to raise funds for a Hitchin community project that helps adults with learning difficulties improve their diet.
Thieves broke into at least four vans to steal power tools in Stevenage last night – and police have urged owners to stay vigilant.
Five suspected class A drug dealers were arrested in Stevenage yesterday afternoon after police carried out a warrant.
A person has been taken to hospital after a crash on the A1(M) near Stevenage this morning that involved four vehicles.
A Hitchin cooking goods shop that has been a fixture of the town centre for a quarter of a century is to close next month.
There is a closed lane and slow traffic on the A1(M) near Welwyn and Stevenage this morning after a crash involving multiple vehicles.
A Hitchin 21-year-old who died in a road collision while walking home from a night out with friends has been described as someone “loved by everybody who knew him”.
Young and old had a blast as Stevenage’s firefighters opened the doors at the weekend for an open day.
The father of a Hitchin boy who endures twice-daily injections and weekly hospital visits intends to smash the world record for the fastest marathon dressed as Mr Potato Head.
A teenager was left with injuries to his face after trying to break up an argument in a Hitchin town centre pub in the early hours of Friday morning – and police have appealed for witnesses.
A disgraced former police officer who sexually abused two young girls over a period of four years has been jailed.
There has been a mixture of sympathy and outrage after a Hitchin bridal shop suddenly went out of business.
A drink-driver who went the wrong way down the A505 while almost four times the alcohol limit has been given a suspended prison sentence.
A teenager who was caught in a Stevenage street with cannabis and a kitchen knife has been given a suspended jail term – and banned from entering the town for a year.
Six special constables who have served almost 150 years between them have been honoured at a special ceremony.
A rail enthusiast who spotted more than 21,000 locomotives while travelling the length of the country in the 1950s and ’60s has published a book about it.