A new campaign to encourage residents to shop safe, shop local has been launched in Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock and Royston as the second national lockdown ends.
More than 10,000 jobs are said to be at risk as brands such as Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Burton face an uncertain future as the Arcadia retail group collapsed overnight.
The number of calls to Stevenage Borough Council about emergency or temporary housing need has increased, according to the council’s leader.
A woman from Stevenage is set to face court today, after bottles of alcohol were smashed in Aldi in the town earlier this week.
Parts of the A1(M) and the surrounding roads are clogged up with traffic this morning, after a “serious crash” on the A505 in both directions.
The leaders of both county and district councils in Hertfordshire have commented on the news that we will be under Tier Two COVID restrictions from next week.
The coronavirus tier Stevenage, Hitchin, Letchworth and Baldock will be placed in once lockdown ends has been announced this morning.
Planning permission has been granted for £12 million plans that will see a new sports facility and 116 new homes built in a residential part of Hitchin.
Tributes have been pouring in after a stalwart of the Hitchin community sadly passed away, following a short illness.
A four-year-old girl from Hitchin is set to enjoy her first Chemotherapy-free Christmas this year.
The family of a man from Stevenage who died in a traffic collision in Beadlow yesterday has paid a powerful tribute to him.
The Prime Minister has announced a new, stricter tier system that will come into effect once lockdown ends next week.
A young, entrepreneurial couple behind a successful Hitchin catering service have collaborated with a host of other Hertfordshire businesses to release a new product.
The latest data on the number of COVID-19 deaths at Stevenage’s Lister Hospital has been released.
A man from Letchworth has been arrested in connection with seven fraud offences.
North Herts District Council has awarded a substantial grant to a Letchworth–based volunteer group to help them offer affordable loans to vulnerable residents.
A 15-year-old boy was the target of an attempted robbery in Stevenage earlier this week.
A pioneering study into bladder cancer that could lead to improved detection rates in the future has been successfully carried out by Stevenage’s Lister Hospital.
Two children were sent to hospital yesterday afternoon after separate incidents involving collisions with cars in Stevenage and Letchworth Garden City.
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North Hertfordshire District Council’s long-awaited Local Plan hearings are set to start after the weekend, following a host of delays this year.
There’s now less than a week left for residents to comment on a controversial planning application that could see 62 homes built in St Ippolyts.
A new set of business grants have been announced to help support those shops and retailers who have been forced to close as a result of the latest national lockdown.
A Hitchin museum is promising a packed festive season this year, with Santa’s Grotto, a Winter Wonderland and more once lockdown ends.
An entire year group at a Hitchin school will be taught remotely until the end of the month, as almost 75 per cent of their pupils were told to self-isolate.
A “remarkable” woman who spent more than 50 years contributing to the North Hertfordshire community celebrated her 100th birthday on the weekend.
An elderly pedestrian has died after colliding with a cyclist in Stevenage.
A brave nine-year-old from Hitchin has spoken on BBC Radio about the importance of a local charity who supported her after her brother suddenly passed away.
A Hitchin pub has had its loos commended in a national award that celebrates the best toilets in the country.
A pair of MPs held a virtual talk with students in Hitchin to discuss the potential of apprenticeships.