With Stevenage due to travel to Colchester United tomorrow Boro boss Darren Sarll has given Comet Sport an update on the club’s injury situation.
Stevenage’s highly-rated Northern Irish forward Ben Kennedy missed the whole of pre-season and has not been available to Darren Sarll so far this campaign – but how close to a return is he?
Read the full transcript of Stevenage FC manager Darren Sarll’s thoughts on Tuesday night’s 2-0 League Cup defeat against Millwall.
Stevenage FC manager Darren Sarll has been busy analysing his side’s opening day 3-3 draw with Newport County at The Lamex Stadium. Read the full transcript of what he said here at Comet Sport.
A quick-thinking pair from a Hitchin street food business narrowly averted a serious roadside tragedy after a fire engulfed their burrito trailer.
The community of Hitchin is being celebrated on Saturday in light of this summer’s terrorist attacks in London and Manchester and the fire at Grenfell Tower.
The boss of a hugely-successful Hitchin chilli company is hot stuff after his products are now available to buy in a national supermarket chain.
Hitchin MP Bim Afolami has met with campaigners trying to save the former Windmill pub in Charlton – and has told them to “watch this space”.
A lavender field in Ickleford has become a beacon for Chinese tourists who are keen to pose for wedding photos.
Concrete sculptures created by a blind artist have been vandalised at a prominent site in Hitchin.
Central Beds Council are consulting on which roads to prioritise in the event of extreme conditions.
Biggleswade families and animal lovers have spoken of their anger after a badger sett was reportedly wiped out.
Take a sneak-peek at Biggleswade’s new JD Wetherspoon pub which opened its doors to thirsty punters today.
The England Lionesses may have lost to the Dutch in the semi-finals of Euro 2017 but their heroic run has still inspired a Hitchin girls’ football club to even greater heights – led by their new chairwoman.
A mother from Hitchin is on a mission to spread the word about a rare disease following her son’s life changing diagnosis – creating a cartoon character called The Kawasaki Kid.
A woman in her 70s has been taken to hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest in Stevenage today.
The Queen has appointed a new Lord-Lieutenant for Hertfordshire to succeed the Countess of Verulam who stepped down at the end of July.
A woman has suffered a cardiac arrest in Stevenage this morning.
With the success of the England women’s football team at Euro 2017 interest has never been higher in the top level of the female game – none more so than in Hitchin.
Stevenage FC boss Darren Sarll took time out from his busy pre-season schedule to hand out awards to elite athletes from our area.
A fitness festival in Hitchin has been hailed a huge success.
The first ever Willington Open Gardens, in aid of Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice in Moggerhanger, was such a success visitors were left calling for the event to return next year.
Hitchin Town were handed a defeat by National League South side Wealdstone which demonstrated the high quality at the next step of football’s “pyramid”.
Pub chain JD Wetherspoon is set to open its new pub and hotel in Biggleswade next week – with the creation of 75 new jobs.
A Hitchin pub dating back to 1867 has been bought by the Charles Wells brewery stable, which has lodged a planning application to reopen it and build two homes on part of the site.
Actor, writer, broadcaster, comedian and all-round good-egg Emma Kennedy is coming to Hitchin as the town’s festival draws to a close.
Get ready for Hitchin’s first literary festival tomorrow featuring more than 130 books and talks from popular authors.
There are severe delays on the A1(M) southbound this morning after a crash between Stevenage and Welwyn.
Hitchin Town manager Mark Burke was delighted with his side’s 2-1 win over an Arsenal XI at Top Field.
Pupils from Hitchin Boys’ School have told the Comet that its expansion will “enhance the area”, after the plans were given the green light.
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