A touching tribute has been paid to a cherished character of Sandy and Potton who has died at the age of 81.
A group of community-minded youngsters are to hold a family fun day in Henlow this month to support people living with muscle disorders.
A housing association has been marking National Allotments Week with a gardening project for youngsters in Shefford.
A disgraced former Bedfordshire police officer has today been jailed after admitting possession of almost 7,000 child sex abuse images and videos, as well as inappropriately filming himself in victims’ homes.
Nerves are kicking in for a Bedfordshire physiotherapist as she gets set to run the Bedford Half Marathon next month for Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice.
Gogglebox star Sandra Martin joined thousands of other supporters at Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice’s annual Big Weekend fundraising event in Moggerhanger at the weekend.
Staff and students at Samuel Whitbread Academy in Shefford are celebrating “the best A-level results in the school’s history”.
Students and staff at Stratton Upper School in Biggleswade are celebrating after the number of higher A-level grades increased, with results opened this morning.
The head of Sandy Upper School has saluted her sixth-formers as a “brilliant year group” after they achieved a 99-per-cent pass rate in their A-level results today.
The partner and father of Biggleswade’s Wayne Jeffs have paid heartfelt tributes to him after his body was found at the weekend – four months after he went missing.
A care home in Shefford has been placed in special measures following a damning report from inspectors, despite warm praise from its residents.
Stand-up comic Jacob Hawley, who grew up in Stotfold and Arlesey, says “the hard work starts now” following his BBC New Comedy Award final appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe this weekend.
A new charity shop dedicated to an East of England air ambulance group has opened in Sandy.
Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice is set for two days of fun and fundraising this weekend at its base in Moggerhanger.
A stand-up comic who grew up in Stotfold and Arlesey has won through to the final of the BBC New Comedy Award, to be held at the Edinburgh Fringe this weekend.
Work has begun on a development of 49 new affordable homes as part of a 140-dwelling development in Shefford.
The number of children arrested by Herts police has fallen more than half since 2010, according to new figures – with Beds police also arresting far fewer under-18s.
The Red Arrows put on a supreme display of their flying prowess at the Old Warden Aerodrome near Biggleswade on Sunday.
Libraries in Biggleswade, Sandy, Potton, Stotfold and Shefford will have longer overall opening hours from the start of October.
Officers receiving reports of stalking or harassment in Bedfordshire will no longer send written warnings to those accused before opening investigations.
Staff at a Sandy-based housebuilder are celebrating after their firm won a prestigious health and safety award.
An Indian restaurant boss in Sandy has been hit with bills totalling more than £4,000 after he pleaded guilty to selling fake Smirnoff vodka.
Hundreds of children turned out for Peter Pan-themed fun yesterday as a Shefford children’s centre marked the UK’s 30th annual Playday.
Central Bedfordshire Council issued a brief to consultants appearing to imply that Sandy railway station might close – despite denying it wants that to happen.
A police dog celebrated his birthday yesterday by chasing down three suspected thieves in Biggleswade.
Three cycling groups have raised more than £10,000 between them to support Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice in Moggerhanger.
Bedfordshire Police have appointed an officer with experience across England as their new deputy chief constable.
A person has sadly died after being hit by a train at a level crossing near Sandy yesterday evening.
A family of fundraisers completed a gruelling 100km trek across the South Downs over the weekend to raise £6,000 for charity.
The old and bold of Stotfold, Arlesey and beyond have come together to mark a century since the start of the Third Battle of Ypres.
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