A housing association has launched a campaign to help tenants get online.
A new independent scrutiny panel to make sure police in Herts are using ‘stop and search’ powers responsibly has held its first formal meeting.
A Stevenage man who illegally ordered the demolition of a Grade-II listed building has been fined more than £35,000 today.
A rise in shed and garage break-ins is a ‘huge issue’, according to Stevenage’s top police officer.
The warning on the packet has been marking our card for years – smoking is so bad for our general health that it can end up killing us.
Advice and help at your fingertips – that’s the aim of a new website with updated features and information launched by North Herts & District Citizens Advice Bureau.
Police are searching for vandals who damaged three cars on a Letchworth housing estate.
Distinctive bikes have been stolen from two Letchworth homes.
Householders in North Herts are being encouraged to lock out crooks – with free timer switches and heavy duty padlocks available while stocks last.
A 25-year-old motorcyclist from Hitchin suffered serious injuries and had to be airlifted to hospital after he crashed during a race at Brands Hatch.
A community drama company celebrating a sellout success on its return home is now getting set to tap into the appetite for dance.
Organisers of June’s Rhythms of the World festival have added three names to the bill for the Hitchin Priory weekend of music and more.
What are the issues that matter to you the most? That’s the question we’ve been asking members of the public ahead of the general election.
Planning permission has been lodged on a well-known former pub in Hitchin – to turn it into residential property.
A dedicated supporter of a Hitchin-based charity funding medical research which doesn’t use animals for testing has handed over another welcome chunk of cash.
People are being urged to register to vote in the general election ahead of the deadline at midnight tonight.
A charity which provides hair treatments and wigs for cancer sufferers was dealt a body blow in February when crooks broke in and made off with a £5,000 haul of stock and equipment.
The stage is set for this summer’s Rhythms of the World with organisers revealing more details about the 2015 event.
When Betty Game was dying in hospital she looked back over her life and told her friend Margaret Ashby that graduating from university in her 50s was one of her happiest moments.
It was the middle of the night when the news broke in Stevenage, and 14-year-old Patricia Smith heard the noise rising up from Albert Street through her open window.
With just three weeks to go before the general election UKIP’s odds of claiming the Stevenage seat have been halved.
In preparation of the world’s leading women’s cycling event visiting Stevenage in June businesses and people living in the Old Town are being encouraged to attend a meeting about arrangements for the day.
An amateur Hitchin metal detectorist has spoken of his joy at uncovering the ‘find of a life time’ when he discovered a roman burial site near Royston.
Work started this week on building a Debenhams department store in the Roaring Meg Shopping and Retail Park.
The colourful Sikh festival Vaisakhi will be taking to the streets of Hitchin today.
Former chart-topper Kim Wilde credits gardening with helping her find balance in her life and regain confidence when her roller-coaster music career began to take its toll on her mental health.
Sixties icon Twiggy visited Stevenage Museum on Friday to film scenes for a BBC documentary about the new town.
Crews were called after a garage caught alight in Letchworth.
A 25-year-old from Baldock is hoping to improve the lives of poorly children with his new charity.
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