A young abandoned pony, which was found wandering the streets of Potton, has been made the focus of an animal welfare charity’s Christmas appeal.
A 43-year-old man from North Herts been arrested on suspicion of actual bodily harm following an alleged assault in Hitchin on Sunday.
A woman has been left “shaken up” after a man tried to steal her dog in Biggleswade yesterday.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested in Stevenage on suspicion of drugs offences, after police carried out a warrant at an address this morning.
A scheme set up to provide food for the homeless and those in need this winter has launched in Hitchin.
Christmas has come early for those who run the Hitchin Business Improvement District, which will now continue for another five years following a ballot by the town’s businesses.
Following the sentencing of a 14-year-old Letchworth boy who almost killed another boy with a knife, police have released a statement and advice to those who may feel pressured to carry a knife.
The Letchworth Business Improvement District will continue for another five years, following a ballot by the town’s businesses.
A lane closure is in place on the A602 between Hitchin and Stevenage following a collision between a car and a lorry.
A 14-year-old boy has today been sentenced to five years in a detention centre for the stabbing of another teenager in Letchworth during a row over £20.
Queues are building on the A602 between Hitchin and Stevenage following a collision near the roundabout for the A1(M) Junction 8.
More than 70 Santas braved the wet weather yesterday for the first Stevenage town centre family fun run, organised by Letchworth-based Garden House Hospice Care.
A teenager has been sentenced to three years in prison after admitting to marking bombs threats to thousands of schools across the country – including in Herts and Beds.
A Stotfold woman has raised nearly £10,000 for Garden House Hospice Care with an evening of prosecco and pampering, in memory of beloved mum and grandmother.
Two men arrested in connection with the disappearance of William ‘Bill’ Taylor have been released with no further action.
A Potton choir group has received a bursary of £750 from building company CALA Homes.
Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice staff are preparing for its Lights of Love event this Sunday, which is dedicated to remembering loved ones at Christmas.
A paedophile has been jailed for 10 years after biting off the finger of a ‘Catching Online Predators’ member during a Stevenage sting.
Hitchin and Harpenden MP Bim Afolami won the Patchwork Foundation’s Newcomer Conservative MP of the Year award at a ceremony held at Speaker’s House yesterday.
A Hitchin performing arts school will host a ‘spare chair’ Christmas lunch tomorrow afternoon for the elderly.
A Letchworth academy has been given its first ‘good’ Ofsted rating following an inspection in October.
Hitchin and Harpenden MP Bim Afolami has taken to Twitter to announce that he will support Theresa May’s Brexit deal, where he was met with criticisms from some constituents.
Garden House Hospice Care will host its first fun run in Stevenage town centre on Sunday.
A report into the implementation failings of the May timetable has been published today, naming the “fragmented and over-complicated” system as a key factor which caused chaos for many commuters across Herts, South Cambs and Central Beds.
A volunteer at a Garden House Hospice Care charity shop in Stevenage has spoken about how giving up his time has helped him to say thank you.
Letchworth BID businesses are being encouraged to return their ballot papers as soon as possible, as the deadline for votes looms.
Bedfordshire Police is supporting an international campaign to raise awareness of and tackle domestic abuse.
Campaigners who surveyed shoppers in Letchworth have found that many back a People’s Vote, and would like to remain in the EU.
A woman and a man from Hitchin have both been charged with conspiracy to murder in connection with the disappearance of Gosmore man William ‘Bill’ Taylor.
Today’s announcement of a fare increase of 3.1 per cent has been met with “dismay and fury” by Letchworth and Royston rail users.