Stevenage FC are appealing for your help in keeping their NHS community kitchen afloat over the coming weeks.
A trail of rainbows has appeared in Stevenage as families and schoolchildren cheer on our key workers with messages of hope and solidarity.
A tattoo studio in Letchworth is calling on local artists to share their PPE equipment with care workers, NHS staff, and anyone in need of protection against COVID-19.
North Hertfordshire will be suspending the collection of food waste caddies and garden waste until further notice.
Stevenage Borough Council and North Herts District Council have announced a partial relaxation of parking operations over the coming weeks.
Stevenage mayor Simon Speller has delivered a message of support to residents in this unprecedented time of national lockdown.
The Letchworth community has benefited from the district council’s latest funding pot, with grants just shy of £10,000 provided by its town committee.
War researchers are trying to find the lost artist who painted a remarkable collection of First World War oil canvasses, believed to originate from Hertfordshire.
A 61-year-old man from Stevenage has been arrested on suspicion of a racially aggravated assault.
A Letchworth company has joined the fight against coronavirus by pledging support to build ventilators for the NHS.
A Tesco Express store in Letchworth was burgled this morning with thieves making off with cash and a till.
Hertfordshire businesses will be supported on a local as well as national level during the coronavirus lockdown, the county’s leading organisations have vowed.
Parents and carers in Stevenage have been sharing their home-school snaps this week, as children across the country learn their times tables from kitchen tables.
Letchworth’s largest organisations and charities have joined forces to launch a new Community Response Service dedicated to supporting those worst impacted by coronavirus.
Stevenage Borough Council will be closing the play areas in all of its parks today, following the latest government guidelines.
North East Hertfordshire MP Sir Oliver Heald has issued a clarion call to constituents, following concerns that some residents are ignoring the government’s guidance on social distancing.
Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation has revealed measures to support its most vulnerable commercial tenants affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
A Coronavirus Disaster Relief Fund has been launched in Hertfordshire to help charities and community groups negotiate the coronavirus outbreak.
Stevenage’s favourite double act, Lee and Dean, have returned to share some much-needed advice on this period of self-isolation.
A Meppershall care home has unveiled a new 21-bed specialist ward for residents living with dementia.
The Heritage Foundation is developing an urgent action plan to support the Letchworth community as the impact of coronavirus continues to be felt.
All schools in the UK will be closed from Friday, the government has announced.
Psychotherapist Anna Mathur shares some advice on how to manage anxiety induced by coronavirus and self-isolation.
Garden House Hospice Care today launches the start of its 30th anniversary celebrations – but is calling for your support now more than ever.
Stevenage MP Stephen McPartland has this morning delivered a message of support to his constituents who are battling the country’s coronavirus emergency.
The leader of North Herts District Council has issued a statement to reassure residents amid the country’s coronavirus lockdown.
Fearnhill School in Letchworth is ‘very sorry’ that pupils had to return from their long-awaited ski trip to Northern Italy after only 48 hours.
The Baldock community is pulling together to support those who will need extra help when self-isolating over the coming weeks and months.
A Letchworth school has been crowned winners of a North Hertfordshire gymnastics competition for the fifth time in seven years.
New measures to help businesses recover from the disruption caused by coronavirus have been laid out by the government.