A 12-year-old boy with cerebral palsy has his sights firmly set on competing in the Paralympics after £3,400 was raised for his very own racing wheelchair.
A car has crashed and ended up on its roof in a ditch on the side of the A1(M) this afternoon – causing a partial block and queuing traffic northbound.
Some Great Northern rail services towards London are facing disruption this evening after an item was caught in overhead wires in the Sandy area.
Stevenage’s popular charter fair is back and will be entertaining people on Friday and Saturday with an extravaganza of fairground stalls, rides, candy floss and prizes.
A community fair to mark the centennial celebration of the end of the First World War will be held tomorrow.
A former Sandy maths teacher and Stevenage deputy head has been banned from teaching after posting a racist rant on social media.
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A security guard from Stevenage who says he has been left barely able to walk by an incident at work has accused his employer of failing to give him his full statutory sick pay.
A woman was stabbed in the back in Stevenage last night, following an altercation outside a pub – and three people have been arrested.
The chairman of a residents’ group is calling on neighbours to come along to a fete this weekend where plans for a £40 million redevelopment will be on display.
Three teenagers have been arrested in connection with a stabbing in Stevenage yesterday afternoon.
A 14-year-old boy has allegedly been stabbed in Stevenage this afternoon.
Govia Thameslink has published details of the new interim timetable, which they say “marks a significant stage in the recovery plan” following chaos on their services.
The RAF Baton Relay came to Stevenage and Central Bedfordshire this week, as part of the Royal Air Force’s centenary commemorations.
Stevenage have signed former Southend United midfielder Michael Timlin.
A baby Stevenage girl’s treatment for a genetic disorder without a known cure has inspired a charity football match in aid of the hospital supporting her.
NHS trusts across England have bought more than 600 million disposable cups since 2013, with the East and North Herts NHS Trust purchasing 11,139,673 – the most in the East of England.
An appeal has been launched to fund a wheelchair for a 12-year-old boy who has cerebral palsy, after the one he was using during a mini marathon on Sunday broke and two strangers achieved a temporary fix so he could still cross the finish line.
Stevenage chairman Phil Wallace has increased his shareholding at the club to 98 per cent.
A nurse from Shefford has offered a hefty reward for the return of her late grandfather’s watch after it was stolen by burglars.
A disgraced former police officer who sexually abused two young girls over a period of four years has been jailed.
Stevenage Football Club’s new manager is set to attend a fire service open day on Saturday along with members of the first team – before their home match against Cambridge United.
Get your nominations in right now – that’s the message from judges and supporters alike ahead of the Comet Community Awards deadline on Friday.
The nursing profession has long-endured many stereotypes – from being typecast as a female-only career, to nurses being belittled as wannabe doctors – but nothing could be further from the truth.
A Baldock restuarant has formed a charity partnership with Stevenage-baseed POhWER, and celebrated the union with a launch event on Monday.
Stevenage chairman Phil Wallace has insisted the decision to pick new boss Dino Maamria’s number two would be taken ‘collectively’.
So to what extent are the remains of the “Beast from the East” and incoming Storm Emma going to wreak havoc in North Hertfordshire, Stevenage and Central Bedfordshire today and into the weekend?
Free tickets to top tourist attractions and activities across the county – including ones in Stevenage and Letchworth – are up for grabs from today in the 2018 Herts Big Weekend ballot.
The Winter Olympics-themed advert filmed in Hitchin town centre, featuring ice dancing legends Torvill and Dean, has today been launched.
All patients on the renal ward at Stevenage’s Lister Hospital are being screened after a patient known to have a ‘superbug’ was not isolated when readmitted onto the ward.