Have you ever wondered why street names in the Chells Manor area of Stevenage bear the colourful and evocative names of Roman gods and emperors?
Fundraisers ran through the day and night for 250km to raise funds to help Hitchin youth charity Phase.
A former carer from Letchworth is taking on her first half marathon on Sunday in memory of her baby nephew, who passed away at 17 months old, and those she has cared for.
The final mosaics in a heritage trail linking Sandy, Potton and Biggleswade have been put in place this week.
Where is the Stevenage Costco? That’s the question many are asking, two years after the cash-and-carry giant received the green light for a 14,030-square-metre megastore.
Barclays is to retain a reduced presence in Sandy after all, after a deal was struck between the bank and the town council.
Hitchin is to lose another fixture of the town centre this month, as a family-run electronics shop set up in 1982 is bid farewell.
The new-look driving test which comes into force today will help “save lives”, according to a Hertfordshire-based road safety charity.
Visitors to Hitchin town centre on Saturday had the chance to admire a tank from the First World War.
From 620 men and officers to just two soldiers, in 24 hours – such was the impact of a German gas attack on the Hertfordshire Regiment back in 1918.
Before 1918 women had almost no role in British politics. A woman’s role was domestic, encompassing little outside having children and taking care of the home.
Stevenage’s FA Cup band of brothers from 1998, when Boro’s part-timers pushed eventual finalists Newcastle United all the way in round four, reunited at the weekend after 20 years.
Stevenage haven’t made it through to the fourth round of this year’s FA Cup – but today marks 20 years since a match at that stage provided one of the club’s most memorable days.
Some parents have leapt to the defence of the current leadership at a Hitchin primary school where historical assessment issues were found.
Welwyn Garden City