A Hitchin man has been jailed after attacking a Biggleswade woman in her home, leaving her with broken bones, cuts and severe bruising.
An annual event aimed at raising the profile of a thriving commercial street was a resounding success at the weekend.
Hitchin-based rugby league side North Herts Crusaders are gunning for a spot in the code’s prestigious Challenge Cup knock-out tournament after lifting silverware at the weekend.
Hundreds of workers in North Herts, Stevenage and Central Beds are claiming Universal Credit as their low wages are not enough to live on.
A 77-year-old Ickleford man has been left bemused by the growth of bamboo yards up the side of his house and into his gas box, all in a few weeks.
Hitchin trampoline gymnasts have been jumping for joy after a storming spell of success in regional and national competition this summer.
Hitchin’s Queen Mother Theatre is to host the star-studded British premiere for a feature-length documentary about an incurable disease affecting a local family.
The victim of a dog attack required surgery after being bitten several times in Hitchin.
Hitchin’s Rhythms of the World festival was off at the weekend, but its spirit resounded through the town at a series of support events.
A fertility coach from Hitchin has appeared on the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme to speak up about the emotional impact of treatments like egg freezing.
A Hitchin actress hopes to bring home national titles after being crowned Miss Hertfordshire.
Five parks and nature reserves belonging to North Herts District Council have retained their Green Flag Award status, as part of the national scheme.
This was the scene in Hitchin this morning after a car careering down a hill smashed into and damaged five parked vehicles over the weekend.
A NASA mission spearheaded by a scientist from Hitchin yesterday launched a probe to go closer to the Sun than any before.
A classic vehicle meet held monthly in Hitchin has been going from strength to strength since it was launched at last year’s Hermitage Road Day.
The Hitchin Society is back, under a new committee – and they’re keen for others to help them do their bit for the town.
Children’s fairground rides have been “mindlessly vandalised” in Hitchin’s Market Place – police are now appealing for information and witnesses.
Rail operator Govia Thameslink has stood by the actions of its staff amid condemnation of how they handled a passenger using a wheelchair at Stevenage station.
Hitchin’s outdoor swimming pool is to mark 80 years tomorrow with a day of fun for young and old.
Plans to build thousands of homes on Green Belt land in North Herts and Stevenage will do nothing to help ease the affordable housing crisis, campaigners have warned.
Drug-related deaths have risen across North Herts, Stevenage and the surrounding districts over the last three years, reflecting a national rise in fatalities over the period.
Professional sommelier Duncan Gammie has been given the go-ahead to open his “dream” wine bar in Hitchin.
A Hitchin primary school has not had its recycling collected for the last seven weeks, with a smelly pile of rubbish building up next to school walkways.
The return of the much-missed Rhythms of the World festival may not be on this weekend – but its spirit will echo through Hitchin at support events being held around the town.
Hitchin’s town centre beach takeover culminated in the sunshine over the weekend, with BID manager Tom Hardy joining the fun on the surf machine.
More than £1 million set aside for a regeneration scheme in Hitchin remains in hand, amid concerns about delays to the project.
A Hitchin knitting group has excelled itself with about 80 items of clothing that will be donated to help the needy across the UK.
A charity fun day is to be held at a Hitchin pub in memory of a much-missed regular who died in May.
Girlguiding is in the midst of its biggest programme overhaul for 100 years – and Hitchin guides got a look at the new resources on the very first day.
Summer has truly arrived in Hitchin, as families have enjoyed a trip to the beach in their own town centre.