A new technology that is potentially life-changing for many people with diabetes will soon be available across Bedfordshire.
Child loss is to be the subject of an emotional evening in Potton this weekend, as bereaved families and friends come together for a period of mutual support and remembrance.
The rail regulator has opened an investigation into whether Great Northern and Thameslink line operator Govia Thameslink breached requirements to keep passengers properly informed amid the May 2018 timetable rollout.
A man frustrated with North Hertfordshire’s waste service left his uncollected brown bin outside the district council’s offices – and received it back the next day, emptied and cleaned.
November 2 promises to be a special night for music lovers in Hitchin as three bands bring three classic acts to Club 85 to raise money for charity.
A theatre company has finished rehearsals of First World War drama Journey’s End in Hitchin, ahead of a month of performances in Flanders to mark 100 years since the armistice.
A special school in Biggleswade has had a major restructure as it works towards becoming a centre of excellence.
A community initiative aiming at driving down the amount of packaging waste is to hold its monthly meet-up in Hitchin this evening.
School funding campaigners are to hold an open meeting in Hitchin next week, ahead of a national day of action.
Two 14-year-old girls have been missing from Bedfordshire since Saturday, and officers have appealed for the public’s help finding them.
A major road in Stevenage was closed this morning after a car collided with the roadside.
The rate of thefts from cars and vans in Stevenage is up 84 per cent on last year, police have said.
Young and old alike got covered in colourful powder paint at a Stevenage school fundraiser.
The stand-off over the would-be North Hertfordshire Museum entrance in Hitchin’s Brand Street could finally be over, this paper understands.
Balloons supplied by a Hitchin crafts shop were used by the BBC for Saturday night’s Strictly Come Dancing TV programme.
A man rescued from Monday’s Stevenage tower-block fire remains in “a critical condition” in hospital today, police have said.
A Stevenage mum and her eight-year-old son have been living in a cramped hostel room for three months as part of a borough council interim housing plan.
A new film project has been launched that aims to use rare archive footage to explore the shared experiences of new towns including Stevenage.
Coffee, cake and other tasty treats have helped raise money in the Biggleswade area to battle cancer during the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning initiative.
It’s the end of an era for a Biggleswade pub renowned as one of the best live music spots in the area, after its managers poured their souls into restoring it to its former glory.
Visitors to Hitchin town centre used colourful stickers to give their opinions on a ‘Brexitometer’ at the weekend.
A Beeston woman’s fourth breast cancer battle has inspired her sister to have her head shaved to show solidarity and raise money for charity.
A Stevenage teenager has been charged with supplying class A drugs, and is set to appear before a crown court judge this month.
A man has been taken to hospital after being rescued from a tower-block fire in Stevenage town centre this morning.
Emergency crews tackled a fire on the fifth floor of a tower block in Stevenage town centre this morning.
Almost 300 runners packed into Hitchin town centre yesterday morning for the annual 5km race.
A former police officer from Hitchin is going it alone with his own company that aims to help small businesses and homeowners beef up security.
The Dyspraxia Foundation, which is based in Hitchin, is set to celebrate its 30th anniversary next month.
Lynda Corry was six hours into her trek across the spine of the Atlas mountains in Morocco when she was left to fend for herself.
A not-for-profit training centre specialising in IT qualification for youngsters aged 16 to 18 has opened in Hitchin.