As well as celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, this year’s International Women’s Day on Thursday saw a push for gender equality when it comes to pay.
Hitchin’s new school uniform shop formally opened on Friday, following the closure of longtime outfitters Hawkins.
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 bus driver intervened after a man tried to grab onto a Hitchin sixth-former’s arm at a bus stop.
An 11-year-old actress from Hitchin spent her Christmas holidays treading the boards at Shakespeare’s Globe in London.
A Hitchin school made the biggest donation of 2017 to the district’s food bank over the festive period.
An Arlesey man inspired by his son to lose weight will be the face of a national Slimming World campaign after shedding more than eight stone.
Most schools in North Herts and Stevenage are closed today due to conditions after the weekend’s snow.
Did you see this group of angels outside The Angels in Hitchin?
Hundreds turned out on Saturday for a celebration of crafts in Hitchin – featuring a display of knitted poppies honouring the town’s fallen First World War heroes.
Hitchin’s Priory School and youth charity Phase hosted nearly 200 students and staff at their second annual mental health and wellbeing conference on Friday.
Homeless footballers and young people affected by mental health issues took to the field as part of a project helping them integrate with society through sport.
A partially-sighted 11-year-old boy put in a truly inspirational performance when he completed the Hitchin Town Centre 5km Race yesterday.
Geraint Edwards, head of Hitchin’s Priory School, has been quick to congratulate his students after they received their GCSE results this morning.
The Priory School’s headteacher has praised his students for being “excellent role models” as the number of pupils at the Hitchin school gaining places at their first-choice university increased significantly.
Stevenage FC boss Darren Sarll took time out from his busy pre-season schedule to hand out awards to elite athletes from our area.
Letchworth Garden City