Baldock-based Safety and Health visited the North Herts Police Cadets at Letchworth Police Station yesterday to mark Restart a Heart Day.
A teenager from Clifton was sentenced to 32 months in prison yesterday after admitting to a reckless arson that destroyed his ex-grilfriend’s home in Letchworth and killed her pet rabbit.
A man in his 20s suffered significant injuries to his face after intervening in an altercation between a group of men in Letchworth.
Police patrols are being increased in Letchworth and Baldock after five van break-ins in one week.
It takes a very special person to be involved in palliative care, and vicar’s wife Sarah Bell has all the right attributes.
A Letchworth woman has taken part in a London to Brighton cycle to raise money for Breast Cancer Care after her wife’s diagnosis.
A Letchworth councillor has spoken out against sexual harassment and assault of women and girls after data revealed that one in three female pupils wearing school uniform had been sexually harassed in public.
Garden House Hospice Care is holding a fair to help those making a will to make clear how they would like their estate to be distributed.
Runners dug deep to complete Standalone 10k in Letchworth on Sunday, raising £1,700 for two charities in the process.
This month brings a trio of authors to David’s Bookshop in Letchworth for book signings and discussions on history, geography and sport.
A 20-year-old man has sustained serious head injuries in a knife attack at a rave on the outskirts of Letchworth overnight.
A team of 11 trekkers will take on the rainforests of Borneo in less than two weeks to raise funds for Garden House Hospice Care.
A toddler has suffered serious injuries after being involved in a collision with a car in Letchworth this morning.
A man frustrated with North Hertfordshire’s waste service left his uncollected brown bin outside the district council’s offices – and received it back the next day, emptied and cleaned.
People in Letchworth are being urged to join a new community army helping to make the town a friendlier place and reduce loneliness.
Letchworth’s third Beer and World Food Festival attracted thousands to the town at the weekend.
Cyclists taking part in a Garden House Hospice Care challenge from south London to France have returned, and have raised £14,000 for the Letchworth-based hospice.
A transport service which patients rely on to take them to and from hospital appointments could be axed.
Macmillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning will take place on Friday, with plenty of opportunities to get involved and raise money taking place across North Herts.
A Hitchin translation firm that started on a shoestring in its founders’ spare bedrooms has been named company of the year by industry peers.
An elderly woman from Letchworth has had her hair shaved off for Macmillan Cancer Support and has raised more than £2,000.
Labour activists from Hitchin and Letchworth addressed the national party conference in Liverpool yesterday.
A man has pleaded guilty to commercial fly-tipping offences in Letchworth, and must pay a total of £760 in fines, legal costs and compensation.
Letchworth’s annual Beer and World Food Festival is set to return this weekend, bringing a wide range of cuisines and activities.
A 24-year-old thug has been sentenced to 16 months behind bars after he brutally attacked his former partner in a Letchworth hotel.
Letchworth’s St Francis’ College celebrates its 85th anniversary this month, with the headteacher at the helm confident the school “remains true to its founding ethos”.
Garden House Hospice Care are set to host a Swinging 60s night next Friday in Stevenage.
Three motorcycle racers are taking part in an endurance course to raise funds for a fellow racer, who suffered life changing injuries earlier this year.
Letchworth dementia club and North Herts Museum will host special events to mark World Alzheimer’s Day tomorrow.
A tree has been blown down by strong winds and blocked a road in Letchworth.