A teenager who had been missing for almost two weeks has been found safe and well in Letchworth.
A Biggleswade musician is set to perform alongside the band behind one of the biggest songs of the early 2000s in London later this month.
Concerns are growing for a teenager – with links to the Letchwoth area – who has been missing for more than a week.
The wife of a man struck down with motor neurone disease is taking on a cycle challenge to raise money for vital research into the devastating disease.
Dino Maamria’s revamped team lost 2-1 to Premier League Crystal Palace as their undefeated pre-season campaign came to an end at the Lamex on Tuesday evening.
Bedford Court of Assize, July 22, 1843. A Potton woman takes the stand, accused of poisoning her husband.
A woman who is the descendant of soldiers who died during the First World War is writing a book on other men who served – and needs your help in gathering information.
The standard bearer for the Stevenage branch of the Royal Air Force Association represented the town as the RAF celebrated its 100-year anniversary in London on Tuesday.
The government has responded to a petition calling for Govia Thameslink Railway to have its contract to run rail services removed.
A community exhibition which showcased photographs taken by children across Stevenage was among the finalists of the Tes School Awards 2018 held on Friday.
Stevenage MP Stephen McPartland says he has secured five additional services from London to Stevenage during evening peak times.
There are delays and a speed restiction on the railways between Stevenage and London King’s Cross this afternoon “due to a problem that is currently under investigation”.
The family of a Hitchin postmaster who tragically died after being hit by a lorry while jogging near Baldock have paid tribute to their “quiet and gentle” husband and father.
A controversial plan to build a gas-fired power plant between Hitchin and Stevenage was tonight rejected for the second time.
Two commuters from Letchworth and Baldock have been threatened with prosecution after confusion arose from the declassification of a first class train carriage.
Amid the chaos on the railways, Conservative MPs yesterday rejected a vote of no confidence in Transport Secretary Chris Grayling. In an exclusive opinion piece, Hitchin and Harpenden MP Bim Afolami explains why he voted as he did.
Biggleswade FC are set to face three new derbies during the forthcoming 2018-19 Spartan South Midlands Premier season – as well as retaining ‘El Wade-ico”.
The Shuttleworth Collection continued their fine flying season with the June Evening Airshow on Saturday.
Stevenage will travel to Norwich City in the Carabao Cup first round in mid-August it has been revealed – from Vietnam.
A 17-year-old singer-songwriter is set to release her debut single later this month.
A teenage murderer from Stevenage who along with four others stabbed a 17-year-old to death was yesterday jailed for life.
Former Stevenage midfielder Dale Gorman has signed for Orient.
A teenager from Stevenage is one of five people who have been found guilty of murdering a 17-year-old after they fell out over a bicycle.
The Bedfordshire police and crime commissioner has given the green light for a new hard-hitting drama to help protect vulnerable youngsters from child exploitation.
A Knebworth woman is fundraising for a cervical cancer charity after it helped her through her own diagnosis.
Commuters have hailed “a new level of incompetency” after a Great Northern train driver neglected to open the doors for his passengers on arriving in London.
Police have appealed for the public’s help tracing a Stevenage man who is wanted on recall to prison.
Hitchin and Harpenden’s Bim Afolami is among MPs from across the political spectrum who have signed a joint letter to the Transport Secretary ahead of talks tonight.
Rail services between London and Stevenage are affected this evening by a fire next to the line at Moorgate station.
A former Letchworth primary school caretaker has been jailed for sexually abusing young girls during the late 1970s.