A Porsche driver has been banned after he was clocked doing 123mph on the A1(M) in Hertfordshire.
Dog lovers in Baldock and surrounding villages have come together on the look out for missing terrier cross dog Ernie, who vanished on Saturday, leaving his family devastated.
Stevenage FC Foundation is putting on community-based football sessions at Hertfordshire FA’s state-of-the-art pitch.
A new initiative aimed at supporting independent retailers and encouraging people to shop locally in Stevenage is launching on Saturday.
Entries for this year’s 13.1-mile Greenway Challenge in Letchworth are now open.
A former Stevenage FC footballer and two of his brothers have been jailed for fraud after siphoning off money from a charity they set up for poor African children.
Licensing officers from taxi firms across Herts were invited to a training session in Letchworth to raise awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking.
High streets minister Jake Berry was given a guided tour of Hitchin yesterday as he discussed North Herts District Council’s plans for the regeneration of Churchgate.
Pro-Europe campaigners are calling on Harpenden and Hitchin MP Bim Afolami to honour his pledge not to support a ‘no deal’ Brexit.
The sale of Hitchin’s 14/15 Brand Street – the entrance to the North Hertfordshire Museum – to North Herts District Council has finally been completed after a two-year stand off.
A Stevenage-based laboratory scientist apprentice is one of the faces of the government’s new campaign to promote apprenticeships.
Britpop music fans will discover next week who is playing the 1990s inspired Cool Britannia Festival at Knebworth this summer.
A rogue landlord has been fined for breaching a prohibition order and allowing an excessively cold attic with a serious fire safety hazard to be lived in.
All train lines are now open on the Stevenage and Welwyn Garden City to London route following a broken rail on the track.
A cause to feed the homeless this winter has taken off in Hitchin – now organisers need suggestions for venues to do the same in Stevenage.
Barclay School staff who are members of the National Education Union are set to strike for three days this week in opposition to the planned takeover of the Stevenage school by an academy trust.
Campaigners fighting against a proposed housing development to preserve the future of a village pub have lost their battle.
A government Bill put forward in honour of police dog Finn – who was stabbed in Stevenage – has been unanimously supported in a committee of cross-party MPs.
Organisers behind a baby and toddler festival are “incredibly excited” to see it return to Hitchin in May.
With a combination of post-Christmas gloom and dark and cold nights, today has been awarded the title of Blue Monday.
CometSport’s Dan Mountney made the long trip up North to watch Stevenage take on Morecambe. Here’s what happened on his travels.
Police are searching for this wanted man, who has connections to St Albans and Hitchin.
Luke Wilkinson was delighted to score the winner as Stevenage left it late to beat Morecambe 2-1 on Saturday afternoon.
Stevenage boss Dino Maamria was keen to thank the 45 supporters who made the 227-mile journey to watch Stevenage beat Morecambe 2-1 on Saturday.
Hertfordshire’s adult care boss has highlighted some of the significant issues facing the care system – both locally and nationally – during a hearing at the House of Lords.
Stevenage boss Dino Maamria described Saturday’s late 2-1 win over Morecambe as a ‘game of two halves’.
A Hertfordshire manufacturing company opened its brand new headquarters in Letchworth on Friday.
Urology consultant Nikhil Vasdev, with his team, has performed his 500th robotic urology surgery at Stevenage’s Lister Hospital.
Luke Wilkinson’s late header gave Stevenage all three points as they beat Morecambe 2-1 at the Globe Arena. But how did CometSport rate Boro’s performance?
Luke Wilkinson headed a 94th minute winner as Stevenage took all three points against Morecambe at the Globe Arena in Sky Bet League Two on a chilly Saturday afternoon.