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Yesterday, 14:21
Flynn Pharma's in Stevenage.

Stevenage based pharmaceutical firm Flynn Pharma says it will appeal against a huge fine imposed by the The Competition and Markets Authority for hiking the price of epilepsy drugs.

Rebecca Kelly

An award-winning centre offering holistic treatments has launched a shop in Hitchin’s town centre.

Stephen McPartland

As Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership waits for an announcement on government funds which could be used to revamp Stevenage railway station and begin the transformation of the town centre, Stevenage MP Stephen McPartland has claimed it does not have the backing of millions of pounds of private funds it has suggested.

Hitchin Band

Hitchin brass band has been busy throughout the year celebrating their 150th anniversary and are set to bring the year to an end with a joint concert, a new CD and some exciting news for the future.

A 3D schematic showing how the proposed Howard Cottage sheltered housing redevelopment at Hamonte would be laid out. Picture: The Design Partnership

A planning application has been made to knock down a Letchworth sheltered housing scheme and rebuild it as a multi-storey assisted living complex of 71 two-bedroom flats for the elderly.

Stevenage FC

Yesterday, 08:15
Stevenage FC train at Lamex Stadium ahead of clash with Blackpool

Stevenage trained at the Lamex Stadium this week as they prepared for the visit of Blackpool on Saturday.

Darren Sarll on the touchline.

Stevenage boss Darren Sarll is enjoying looking up the league table rather than looking down for the first time since he became the main man in the Boro dugout.

Ryan Johnson heads the ball over the bar. Picture: LEIGH PAGE

St Albans City and Stevenage were both handed a boost after Ryan Johnson made a successful return form injury.

Tom Pett.

Darren Sarll called Tom Pett’s performance ‘outstanding’ after the winger played a huge part in Stevenage’s win at Newport County.

Darren Sarll

Tom Pett led the charge as Stevenage recorded a fifth away win on the bounce in League Two.

What's On

Thu, 15:54
Alan Johnson MP is coming to Letchworth.

Letchworth sees a book signing on Sunday – with MP and former Home Secretary Alan Johnson set to introduce and sign the third volume of his memoirs The Long and Winding Road from 3.30pm to 5.30pm.

Events & Exhibitions

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Latest Motors News

Monday, November 21, 2016
Just Add Fuel® is available on numerous models, including the PEUGEOT 108, 208, 2008 SUV, 308 SW and four of the 308’s six trim levels – Access, Active, Allure and GT Line (not GT or GTi).

PEUGEOT has made it easier for drivers in Letchworth to get behind the wheel with its ‘Just Add Fuel®’ scheme at local Dealership, Norton Way and there has never been a better time than this Black Friday Weekend!

70 years of Stevenage


Sunday, December 4, 2016
Holy Trinity Church in Weston.

In the churchyard at Holy Trinity Church in Weston, between Baldock and Stevenage, two stones stand 14 feet apart – marking the head and foot of a grave.

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Knebworth House at dusk

Knebworth House will host a two-night music extravaganza next summer.

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The Biggleswade service on Remembrance Sunday. Picture: Carlos Santino/ and Media Link Photography

Hundreds of people having been paying their respects to the fallen as Remembrance services were held in Biggleswade, Sandy and Potton.

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The town centre was officially opened by HM The Queen in 1959.

The celebrations for the 70th anniversary of Stevenage New Town will reach a crescendo this week as we mark the birthday of its official designation as a New Town by the government on November 11, 1946..

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The match programme from Hitchin v Arsenal 1962

Tonight we are making history on the Top Field as we switch on our floodlights for the first time. It is a great occasion for everyone connected with the club and we are sure it is a night which will long be remembered.

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Biggleswade Comet

Thu, 14:51
Terry Wadsworth from Sandy, who died aged 55 in November 2014 following failures at Bedford Hospital.

Hospital staff three times failed to diagnose the illness that led to a Sandy grandfather’s death in 2014, a coroner has ruled – and his widow says he may have well have just stayed at home.

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