Hitchin department store Kenmore Interiors is to hold a closing-down sale ahead of liquidation, according to a new display in its windows.
Hitchin department store Kenmore Interiors has suddenly closed without any apparent explanation.
Roman treasures found between Baldock and Royston went on show for the first time at the weekend – and visitors were queueing out the door.
North Herts district, Stevenage borough and Herts county councils have now set their budgets for the next financial year – and there are council tax rises from all three.
Long-running Stevenage coach firm Chambers Coaches is to face a government inquiry to determine whether it has broken transport laws and must have its operating licences suspended.
Darren Sarll’s Stevenage took on Notts County at Meadow Lane on Saturday afternoon. Find out which players impressed Comet sports journalist Layth Yousif.
The regeneration of Hitchin’s Churchgate shopping centre is back on the table after district councillors agreed to support the principle of a joint venture at a meeting last night.
I was delighted when Barnwell Middle School in Stevenage invited me along to support Hertfordshire County Council’s new “Just Talk” campaign to get young people talking about mental health issues.
A crash in Stevenage involving a car and a cyclist has resulted in gridlock traffic.
Matt Godden is looking to help Stevenage pick up back-to-back wins when they travel to Lincoln City on Boxing Day.
There were more nativity cribs than ever at St Ippolyts Church’s annual festival over the weekend.
A Stevenage mum has organised an evening of clairvoyance and spiritual entertainment to raise money for the at–risk hospital unit that saved her son’s life.
Seven Shefford schoolboys who completed 24 hours of non-stop gaming for charity have handed over a cheque for almost £900 to the BBC Children in Need appeal.
Nominations for an awards which recognises the voluntary efforts of North Herts heroes have opened today – and you have less than a month to get your entries in.
A Stevenage headteacher has spoken out about the new Progress 8 grading system which has led to a radical change in the way schools are judged.
An ice cream parlour in Stevenage has hit back at posts on Facebook which have gone viral showing pictures of piles of rubbish and dirty containers at the High Street establishment.
A dad with motor neurone disease has had stem cell treatment in a desperate bid to see his young daughters grow up, after Comet readers helped raise the £30,000 needed to pay the medical bill.
Emergency services remain at the scene after a car crash in Stevenage this morning.
A graffiti artist angry about the handling of disability benefit claims has spray-painted the words “contract kill Atos” on the front of Hitchin’s assessment centre.
A disabled man from Letchworth is struggling to get around after his bike was stolen near a Letchworth bakery.
A six-month-old kitten had to be put down after being savaged by two out-of-control gun dogs on a village recreation ground near Hitchin yesterday.
Illustrative plans to build up to 42 homes on former school playing fields were exhibited yesterday in Letchworth – and received a lukewarm reaction from neighbours.
Officers have today mounted a dawn raid at Baldock town centre’s industrial estate as part of an investigation into possible immigration offences.
A Stevenage mother has made a heartfelt appeal for more people to join the Organ Donor Register after seeing first-hand how a donor saved her daughter’s life.
Following a busy transfer window Stevenage FC manager Darren Sarll has revealed what he looks for in a player ahead of Boro’s visit to Cheltenham.
Stevenage manager Darren Sarll was full of praise for his defence after a rearguard action in their 1-0 win at Barnet.
A care service manager who had a tyre puncture in Hitchin town centre today came home to have armed police raid his house.
Pupils from Hitchin Boys’ School have told the Comet that its expansion will “enhance the area”, after the plans were given the green light.
The demolition of a Victorian school building has caused outrage in the Shefford community, amid fears of asbestos contamination.
‘We won’t let Rhythms die’ – that’s the resounding message which came from people at the crucial public meeting on the fate of Hitchin’s long-running music festival.