One quick–thinking Stotfold resident snapped a photo of a striking comet as it streaked through the skies yesterday.
One man was arrested and two others are being investigated by police after a fight involving a baseball bat allegedly broke out in Stevenage earlier this month.
Splash parks across Hitchin, Letchworth, Royston and Baldock are to remain shut for now, despite new government guidance allowing pools and water parks to reopen.
A car enthusiast group has planned a gathering and convoy in Stevenage this weekend, almost exactly one year after the Monkswood Way crash that saw 19 people injured.
The bodies which oversee the Hitchin and Letchworth outdoor pools have issued a joint statement on their plans to reopen in light of the government’s easing of coronavirus restrictions.
A former Stevenage resident has shot, edited and started releasing a viral chat show, featuring famous guests such as Dara Ó Briain and Amelia Womack, that focuses on her battle with cancer.
A care home in Stevenage has reopened for the first time since lockdown was imposed, allowing family members to see each other again after four long months.
A 14-year-old girl who went missing from Stevenage on Monday has been found safe and well.
Three teenagers from Hitchin have been charged in connection with a spitting incident that took place in the town in March.
A Hitchin cancer survivor is set to perform at an annual folk music festival this summer.
There’s still time to enjoy the new look Holwell Scarecrow Festival this year, as the annual event’s fundraising total creeps towards £1,000.
A Hitchin-based charity for young people is set to receive almost £2,000 in grant funding from North Hertfordshire District Council’s Hitchin Committee.
People in Hitchin enjoyed the sunshine and shared smiles over the weekend, as some of the town’s pubs, restaurants and bars reopened for the first time in months.
An independent car dealership in Hitchin marked its 10 year anniversary with cake, balloons and a visit from the town centre manager.
The owner of a Hitchin pub has discussed lockdown, society’s ‘new normal’ and his excitement at reopening, as he prepares to greet customers again for the first time in months on Saturday.
Two men have been charged over multiple offences relating to the serious crash in Monkswood Way that saw 19 people injured in Stevenage last summer.
Aerospace company Airbus has declared that 15,000 jobs across the company are at risk as part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic, but the Stevenge site will not be affected.
A Hitchin care home has been hunting down the history of its storied 163-year-old building, which has previously served the community as a maternity ward, Catholic boarding house and nursing home.
Plans are under way to transform Hitchin’s market square into an outdoor dining area for the summer.
An independent Hitchin clothing store that first opened more than 25 years ago is set to reopen this weekend, with a post–lockdown twist.
Citizens Advice Hertfordshire has shared handy tips on how to avoid being scammed, as data reveals one in four people in our region have been targeted by fraudsters since lockdown.
North Hertfordshire Museum is set to welcome visitors back on Saturday, as it reopens its doors for a series of free guided tours.
14 of North Hertfordshire’s community and voluntary organisations have received almost £60,000 in coronavirus support grants from the district council.
A Hitchin–based author has seen her debut crime novel shoot up the charts, as she says more people turned to E-books during lockdown.
A man remains in hospital after a suspected robbery and stabbing in a popular Stevenage park over the weekend.
Knebworth Care Home has shared a public message of thanks to all of the community who has helped them get through the coronavirus crisis.
Hitchin’s Windmill Hill has become the centre of attention this week, after residents complained of alleged anti-social behaviour and littering in the area.
Bingo lovers in Stevenage are getting ready to see the balls rolling again as the phased reopening of Mecca Bingo clubs across the country is set to begin.
Stevenage’s Lister Hospital raised a rainbow flag on the site yesterday, in a public show of solidarity with the LGBQT+ community during Pride Month.
A man from Codicote has marked a birthday milestone by walking 80 miles and raising more than £2,000 in aid of the British Heart Foundation.