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A carer who dedicates her time to “making other people’s lives better” has been nominated by her co-workers for Carer of the Year in the Comet Community Awards.

Robert and Pearl revisted the church on their 65th wedding anniversary.

A devoted couple would have celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary, right down to the minute, outside the Ashwell church they were married in had 21st century traffic not thrown a spanner in the works.

Jo Collier from Child UK, Skip Beatz instructor Peter Thompson and Child UK's Ashley Howard with teenagers Jerome Bryan and Charlie Winnett at the Bowes Lyon Centre in Stevenage.

Young people are being urged to put down their pizza and join in the fun after a new programme of sporting activities was launched during the school half term.

Priory headteacher Geriant Edwards with assistant head Sandra Hibbert.

Progress by pupils at a Hitchin school has been turned into hard cash thanks to a government award marking its good work.

Claire Austin.

A 315-year-old family funeral directors says it is ‘delighted’ to be expanding into Letchworth.

Stevenage FC

15:21

All the goals from Saturday’s League 2 clash

Dean Parrett

Match report: Wycombe Wanderers 2 Stevenage 2

Graham Westley shouts some directions

Stevenage manager Graham Westley is hoping history repeats itself when his side travels to Adams Park on Saturday to take on Wycombe Wanderers.

Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth

Graham Wesley has praised Wycombe Wanderers’ manager ahead of their League Two meeting at Adams Park on Saturday, 3pm kick-off.

Ben Kennedy scores

Ben Kennedy’s explosive start to his Stevenage career has lit up the club this past fortnight.

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Mon, 21:51
Nick, pictured after a snowy training run, is doing the 2015 London Marathon for St John Ambulance.

There’s a village in Hertfordshire called Breachwood Green. It’s not very big, because it’s a village.

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