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A forum has been launched in Letchworth to provide opportunities for arts groups to share news, ambitions and ideas.

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Scouts walking the Greenway earlier this month.

The annual Letchworth Rotary Club garden city walk earlier this month saw lots of scouts helping out and families enjoying the weather on the 13.6-mile Greenway route.

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The building was occupied by gypsies twice last year and has seen a lot of vandalism.

An office block which has lay empty for three years and has been a target for vandalism will now be turned into 150 flats.

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Janet Geech

A cancer survivor has spoken about what it is like to be diagnosed, as she prepares to attend a ball on Saturday to raise funds to fight the disease.

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The boy was stabbed in Ripon Road on Wednesday morning.

An eyewitness has spoken about the horrifying moment she saw a 16-year-old boy being repeatedly stabbed.

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Jack Wilshere shows his balls skills when playing for Whitehill Junior School Hitchin U9s

Hitchin’s very own Jack Wilshere has spoken to the Comet ahead of tomorrow’s showpiece domestic cup final.

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The aftermath of a fire at The Sailor Boy pub in Hitchin. Picture: @SCooperPhotog via Twitter.

The chairman of a pub campaign group has said she is ‘not surprised’ that The Sailor Boy in Hitchin has burnt down, and believes the hopes of it remaining as a pub may have been extinguished.

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The aftermath of a fire at The Sailor Boy pub in Hitchin. Picture: @SCooperPhotog via Twitter.

The roof of a closed pub in Hitchin has burnt down after a fire during the early hours of this morning.

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Amanda Cole, from Instone Memorials, Claire Austin, from Austins, June Dodd and Tricia Brown, from E H Crouch, stood with the cross which was donated for June's husband at Weston Road Cemtery in Stevenage

A widow was overcome with emotion when she heard that generous companies had donated a cross and flowers to mark her husband’s grave.

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A cannabis factory has been uncovered in Breakspear Avenue, St Albans

Police are linking two stabbings in five days in Stevenage to drug-related feud.

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Letchworth Roller Hockey Club and Stevenage Sharks with Stuart Langley's family reunite for a game in memory of former player Stuart Langley who passed away from cancer

A pair of roller hockey teams played out a pulsating charity match in tribute to a man who lit up both teams.

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Toufik Moumen and council leader Sharon Taylor at the pedestrian crossing on Monkswood Way where Yesmine lost her life.

The dad of a 10-year-old girl who died after a collision with a car has been sent a leaflet on how to use a puffin crossing by the local authority, in response to his campaign for improved safety at the site.

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Stevenage Mayor Councillor Howard Burrell. Credit: Pete Stevens

Tributes flowed in for Stevenage’s outgoing mayor as an opposition councillor raised questions about her successor’s suitability for the role.

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A recruitment drive is being held in Letchworth tonight ahead of this year's Rhythms of the World.

Rhythms of the World organisers are looking for volunteers ahead of this year’s festival, and are hosting a recruitment drive tonight.

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The work aims to reduce congestion on the road.

Multi-million pound improvement works aimed at removing a ‘bottleneck’ on the A1(M) near Stevenage have been finished.

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Margaret Wiggs in 1973

Tributes have been paid to a mother who dedicated her life to teaching and serving as a magistrate.

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People showing their support for Walsworth Community Centre last Christmas.

Campaigners fighting to keep a Hitchin community centre open say they have been told by a council employee that it is going to be ‘pulled down’, despite an official decision not being expected until next month.

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The theft happened on Saturday around midday.

A cowardly thief targeted an unwell 81-year-old woman on Saturday when they stole her purse containing her pension and sentimental family photographs.

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A walker took a photo of a heap of dead animals within yards of a public footpath, in Spital Wood,which is situated between Baldock and Wallington.

A heap of dead animals which were left yards away from a public footpath near Baldock have been removed.

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Police are currently looking for three people in connection with the stabbing.

Police are hunting for three people after a teenage boy was stabbed in Stevenage this morning.

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Two people were taken to hospital last night after a crash on the A507 near Arlesey.

Two people were taken to hospital last night after a collision on the A507 near Arlesey.

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There has been a crash on the A505 this morning.

The A505 has been closed westbound between Hitchin and Luton this morning following a crash.

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Raghu Dixit is playing at Rhythms of the World 2015. Picture: Gomtesh Upadhye

Having played to crowds of more than 100,000, and performed at Glastonbury and in front of the Queen, you’d be forgiven for thinking Raghu Dixit’s return to Rhythms of the World would be a little unremarkable in his eyes.

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A walker took a photo of a heap of dead animals within yards of a public footpath, in Spital Wood,which is situated between Baldock and Wallington.

A walker has been left horrified after stumbling upon a heap of dead animals and birds yards away from a public footpath near Baldock.

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Michael Tamayo is appealing against not receiving DLA despite suffering a stroke and struggling to complete basic tasks

Michael Tamayo was struck down in June 2013 and was left unable to fully use his left arm and leg.

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Police have launched an appeal following the crash in Hitchin earlier this month.

An appeal has been launched to trace the driver of a red car after a motorcyclist crashed in Hitchin.

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The performers with Stevenage mayor Sherma Batson

Children at a special school pushed themselves and increased their confidence when the put on a fantastic play for their parents and classmates.

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Jack Collison takes part in kids coaching drills.

A player with experience of the Premier League will be close to his roots when he holds a soccer course for budding stars of the future in Hitchin this week.

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Sue Kirkby is a stroke survivor and is raising awareness during Action on Stroke Month

A mother-of-two who lost her ability to talk and walk after a stroke has praised the work done by a charity which is trying to make men and women in their 40s and 50s more aware of the risks they run.

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