Letchworth was in the spotlight last night as an episode of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip which features the garden city was aired.
Volunteers are being asked to put their best foot forward and volunteer for a new weekly parkrun launching in Letchworth in the new year.
Hundreds of runners helped make history on Sunday as Standalone 10k celebrated its 30th anniversary.
A Letchworth author is marking Black History Month with the release of a new book exploring Hitchin’s Caribbean story.
The founder of a Letchworth creative maker group has donated the proceeds of a week operating as a pop-up shop to charity.
The Comet’s front page report last week on the declining fortunes of North Herts District Council once again highlights the deficiencies in funding local government – not just in our area but nationally.
Could a fresh surge of garden cities following Letchworth’s example help to solve Britain’s housing crisis? Yes, say a trio of town planners in a new book.
A huge increase in fly-tipping in and around Letchworth has prompted the installation of cameras as part of efforts to tackle the problem.
A Letchworth family must knock down an illicit home extension after losing a legal battle – with the judge accusing them of lying in court.
A refugee-sheltering Letchworth family could face bankruptcy after the Heritage Foundation took them to court over a home extension it says is too close to a wall.
Travellers who yesterday pitched up on land next to a Stevenage town centre discount clothing store have now moved on.
Travellers have pitched up on land next to a Stevenage town centre discount clothing store, obstructing deliveries and employees’ parking.
Travellers who were facing court action after pitching up in Letchworth have now moved on.
The organisers of next month’s Letchworth Festival say they have broken all records for independent commercial sponsorship and advertising, with more than £7,000 already promised.
Travellers pitched up in Letchworth have been told to leave by tomorrow or face court action.
What would the ancient Greek poet Sappho – who has a statue in Letchworth – say if she popped back today? Ponder in a short essay, a poem or a piece of art and you could win a competition.
Letchworth town centre staples were saluted at an awards evening last night, where the idea of a local garden city currency was also floated.
This year’s Letchworth Festival is going to be the most inclusive ever, with representation from all corners of the community – that’s according to its main organiser.
Welwyn Garden City