October 23 2014 Latest news:
A disabled man forced to spend months relying on foodbanks after his benefits were cut now has hope for the future – and wants to repay the generosity he was show during his ordeal.
Police have launched an appeal to investigate why a car crashed into a railway bridge in Knebworth on Tuesday night.
Two men have been arrested following an alleged assault in Hitchin High Street this afternoon.
A six-a-side tournament is being held in memory of a Letchworth teenager who died after sustaining head injuries in a car crash two years ago.
The Police Federation has said “life should mean life” ahead of the planned release of police killer Harry Roberts, who was arrested by a Stevenage officer.
A digger has been removing earth from a ditch this morning to stop flooding which has forced Walkern High Street to close.
There were heavy tailbacks in Stevenage last night after three cars collided outside a fire station.
Shoplifters have been targeting a Stevenage Tesco store stealing everything from beer to toilet roll.
Campaigners are celebrating after the shadow of possible development on Hitchin’s prized Priory Fields was dispelled.
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Stevenage boss Graham Westley does not believe the uncertainty surrounding the future of Burton Albion boss Gary Rowett will affect the visitors’ players when they turn out at the Lamex Stadium on Saturday.
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They expect blues men to have paid their dues – and Dave Kelly has certainly done that.
A national hotel chain is coming to Hitchin next summer causing concern from an existing hotelier.