July 25 2014 Latest news:
A number of rail services have been delayed after a person was hit by a train.
Shefford Library will remain closed until further notice after the facility was damaged by overnight flooding.
The family of a dead woman have been left distraught after she received council letters demanding rent money.
North Hertfordshire College has come under fire after stopping the public entering a well used playing field.
Two Stevenage teachers are celebrating their retirement this week after chalking up more than 70 years in the classroom between them.
The Hitchin branch of the Labour party will oppose recommendations for the redevelopment of a town centre shopping centre.
Shoe swapping thieves have left a shop two pairs light.
The Royal Anglian Regiment marched through Stevenage today after returning from Afghanistan.
An appeal has been launched after a cat was shot dead in what has been described as a cruel and cowardly attack.
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French defender among the scorers as Boro beat Tonbridge
Spinners take three wickets apiece but WGC are comfortable in their victory at Ditchmore Lane
Organisers gearing up for an annual rock festival have teamed up with the Comet to offer tickets worth more than £1,000.
One up-and-coming band is celebrating after being asked to play this year’s Standon Calling festival.