Letchworth environmentalists will launch activities to encourage people in the town to cut back on plastic waste, starting tomorrow.
More than 240 independent record stores across the UK will be celebrating Record Store Day on Saturday – including shops in Hitchin, Baldock and Letchworth.
A local animal rescue centre has launched a new app to celebrate the place our pets hold in our hearts.
Stevenage’s Giles Terera has said “it has been the joy of his life and career” to work for such a diverse theatre company after being named best musical actor at the Olivier Awards.
A violin tutor from Biggleswade was hand-picked to perform for the Queen at a special service filmed for the BBC.
There has been a pitch inspection scheduled before Biggleswade Town’s match against Hereford FC on Tuesday night,
Read CometSport’s Stevenage FC Q&A, the first in an occasional series on the personalities in and around the club. For our opener learn more about experienced BBC3CR broadcaster Steve Watkins.
Stevenage are in the hat for the fourth-round of the FA Cup but who could they face?
We were starstruck in November when Sir Anthony Hopkins paid a visit to Stevenage town centre to film a brand new BBC adaptation of Shakespeare’s King Lear.
August saw Progress 8 results released – the first lot since the new 1 to 9 grading system was rolled out nationwide in the last academic year.
After the festivities of my real job and serving 185 people for lunch the alarm at 8am wasn’t the most welcome.
Hitchin-based folk duo Celtic Krystal are looking forward to pulling a few festive ‘Folk Craic-kers’ this Christmas in celebration of the recent release of their new CD ‘The Silver Darlings’.
Letchworth was in the spotlight last night as an episode of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip which features the garden city was aired.
The cameras are back in Hitchin town centre today, with imitation snow replacing the real stuff for a Winter Olympics-themed advert featuring ice dancing legends Torvill and Dean.
Wrestling is a form of entertainment which has been often derided as lacking authenticity.
The winners for the Hertfordshire Business Awards 2017 have been revealed tonight – and it’s fair to say they are all proud as punch.
Hitchin Town’s visit to old friends Hereford has rekindled a host of memories for boss Mark Burke this week.
Stevenage’s hat-trick hero Matty Godden is on fire as he tells CometSport he feels ‘fit and sharp’ ahead of the clash with table toppers Notts County at the Lamex on Saturday.
A Stevenage chancer allegedly tried to ruin Christmas for EastEnders fans by stealing scripts full of spoilers for the festive episode of the popular TV soap and trying to sell them to the Daily Mail.
Guess who is making a film in Stevenage town centre this morning? None other than the great Sir Anthony Hopkins.
Campaigners in Hitchin are celebrating after a notorious footpath was finally relaid after years of problems, with the new surface unveiled at the weekend.
Hitchin-based steel window specialists have helped create a charity centre for foster youngsters that will feature on BBC One’s DIY SOS.
A paedophile opera singer from Stevenage has been jailed after being caught with sexual images of children and animals just months into a community sentence.
Ex-Hurricane Ophelia is causing a ‘red sun phenomenon’ across Hertfordshire and other parts of England.
Hitchin’s Team GB 2016 Olympic gold-winning hockey player Helen Richardson-Walsh has spoken movingly about her struggles with depression on World Mental Health Day.
A 10-year-old Hitchin girl who complained to Sky Sports about their women’s football coverage has been rewarded with a visit to their news studio.
A Lincoln City fan wore a pink bra at The Lamex during the Imps game with Stevenage at the weekend.
A stand-up comic who grew up in Stotfold and Arlesey has won through to the final of the BBC New Comedy Award, to be held at the Edinburgh Fringe this weekend.
Letchworth is to star on national television next week as part of a new BBC Four documentary series looking at the idea of utopia.
Actor, writer, broadcaster, comedian and all-round good-egg Emma Kennedy is coming to Hitchin as the town’s festival draws to a close.