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A sell-out charity quiz night for a team of cyclists aiming to raise £100,000 for Stevenage’s Lister Hospital has been a huge success.

Stevenage FC’s chairman says the whole future of the club could be thrown into doubt after Stevenage Borough Council said it could not offer funding to improve the club’s ground.

There was a buzz of excitement at a sheltered housing home as digitally-aware pupils from a Hitchin school visited to help show residents how to get the most out of computers and the internet.

A wedding photographers in Henlow has been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award after receiving an avalanche of votes from satisfied customers.

A Biggleswade gambler who robbed a bookies minutes after playing the slot machines there was caught on camera because he forgot to change his clothes.

Stevenage FC

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Darren Sarll says Stevenage deserved their win at Crewe and praised centre-half duo Luke Wilkinson and Jack King for their part in keeping the hosts at bay for much of Saturday afternoon.

Darren Sarll says the way some Crewe supporters booed off injured Stevenage goalkeeper Jamie Jones left a ‘bit of a sour taste’ in the mouth.

Stevenage emerged from Crewe with all three points in a chaotic but enthralling encounter that saw a man sent off for each side during a bizarre incident in the opening half.

Defeat and a poor performance away at Hartlepool United just over a month ago was the catalyst on which Stevenage have built their current five-match unbeaten streak, says boss Darren Sarll.

Darren Sarll says Jobi McAnuff’s performance at Exeter City was like the winger was ‘trying to make up for lost time’.

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

One of the most radical and influential forces on the world’s stages will be celebrated in his home town with a free four-month exhibition which opened to the public yesterday.

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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Letchworth, Stotfold and Shefford may not be the first places that spring to mind when you think of Jewish history – but as a visiting author explained last night, the connections there are actually quite strong.

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A D-Day veteran interviewed for a history book has spoken movingly about a close friend and comrade from Biggleswade who was later killed in action, but of whom he has no photograph – and the author has appealed to the public to help find one for him.

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The First World War heroes of the Hertfordshire Regiment are set to gain their first memorial outside the UK – with the monument to be unveiled at the site of their most famous action, exactly a century on.

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The name of Admiral John Byng – born, baptised and buried in a village between Shefford and Biggleswade – has, rightly or wrongly, gone down in history as a byword for cowardice. But could a petition to the government see him exonerated after 260 years?

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With Stevenage’s first new town pub being demolished and turned into flats, the public have taken to social media to reminisce about the good times they had there.

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A Biggleswade gambler who robbed a bookies minutes after playing the slot machines there was caught on camera because he forgot to change his clothes.

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