A secondary school which has been steadily improving since being placed in special measures is now facing “worrying plans” of being taken over by a multi-academy trust.
A charity set up in memory of a young doctor killed by Taliban while delivering aid in Afghanistan is in need of more support to keep going, the victim’s mum has told the Comet.
A well-known community figure has had her head shaved and raised more than £7,500 for charity.
In memory of his father, Callum Rowe and his friend Sam Harte will set off on an epic cycling challenge next week.
A teenager who was diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of one has completed a triathlon and raised more than £1,000 for Cancer Research UK.
Barclay School in Stevenage will be hosting a Colour Clash Glow event in aid of Garden House Hospice Care.
The brother of an aid worker shot dead by Taliban while in Afghanistan has finally completed the Three Peaks Challenge in her memory, having been forced to abandon last year’s attempt after climbing two of the mountains.
Jeremy Corbyn was in Stevenage today – and in a one-on-one interview with the Comet, he gave his views on a range of issues affecting our area.
As if the Beast from the East wasn’t bad enough, Storm Emma is now sweeping the UK – meaning some schools in our area have closed today.
Hertfordshire’s greatest art treasure is to stay put in Stevenage despite Herts County Council’s plan to sell off much of its extensive art collection.
Many Stevenage and North Herts secondary schools were left disappointed by their ranking after new education progress tables were released last week.