There was a steam engine spectacle at Stevenage railway station at the weekend, as enthusiasts gathered to catch a glimpse.
A petition signed by more than 1,500 people calling for a stop to plans to force a secondary school to become an academy has been delivered to the Department for Education.
Firefighters piloted a new road safety initiative ‘Be Bright, Shine Your Light’ on Friday in a bid to make it safer for children who are cycling to school during the dark winter months.
Pupils from Hitchin Boys’ School have won through to the national final of a competition which asked students to build and fly drones of their own design.
Urology procedures carried out at Stevenage’s Lister Hospital will be much easier thanks to new equipment funded by donations.
A nine-year-old boy who battled leukaemia for four years has donated £100 of his own money to Stevenage’s Lister Hospital and is now on a mission to raise £2,000 to bring a smile to the faces of sick children.
Students have taken part in a community project to help them realise the benefits of social action, as well as develop key communication and teamwork skills.
A 17-year-old from Codicote has won a coveted place in the prestigious National Youth Orchestra and is looking forward to touring the UK and America in 2019.
Festive spirit is spreading, with the Potton Christmas lights switch-on having taken place.
A charity is celebrating Christmas with an autism-friendly Santa’s grotto next weekend.
Strike action will be taken by teaching staff at a Stevenage secondary school “to defend it from a hostile takeover” by a multi-academy trust.
People suffering from eating disorders such as anorexia will be able to access support through a specialist programme thanks to a £60,000 charity grant from Hertfordshire Freemasons.
One of the few remaining Dunkirk veterans from the Second World War celebrated his 100th birthday on Saturday.
A Christmas lights switch-on in Knebworth on Friday has raised more than £3,000 for good causes.
A high-flying businessman has pleaded not guilty to beating his wife and using controlling behaviour towards her for three years.
An appeal has been launched to help people in Hertfordshire who are struggling to make ends meet to keep warm and well this winter, and a high demand for help has already been received.
Two Christmas concerts will be held on Saturday to raise money for a charity which gives food to people in desperate need.
An eight-year-old girl has won a national competition which means her Christmas card design is now on sale in Clintons shops across the country.
Two Stevenage women have launched their 10th campaign to collect sanitary products to give to women who are vulnerable.
Children at a David Lloyd’s kids’ club in Stevenage have filled 50 shoeboxes with small gifts to give to people less fortunate this Christmas.
A scout troop at risk of closure after serving the community for more than 90 years has been saved after an appeal for volunteers proved successful.
A caterer from Hitchin is the East of England’s School Chef of the Year after winning the regional final on Tuesday.
The headteacher of a school hit with a raft of parent complaints regarding special educational needs provision says steps to improve include employing a dog to help pupils with reading.
A Christmas party is being held tonight to raise money to help a young mum with cancer.
A petition to try to stop a Stevenage secondary school being taken over by a multi-academy trust has so far been signed by more than 750 people.
A family renowned for their spectacular Christmas display outside their Stevenage home are preparing for the lights switch-on on Saturday.
Plans to speed up the building of new homes could create a “social housing black hole” in Stevenage, the housing charity Shelter has warned.
An 11-year-old boy has won a national award for the direct action he has taken to support people living with dementia, including his grandmother.
A criminal cash courier has been jailed for two years for money laundering after being caught in a Stevenage hotel with more than £776,000 in dirty cash.
A man who has struggled with a severe stutter for nearly 40 years has jointly set up a self-help group in Stevenage.