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Hundreds of runners turned out for the inaugural Stevenage 10k yesterday - the first time the town has held an officially measured public event for the distance for more than 20 years.

Fewer residents complained about noise pollution from Luton Airport in the second quarter of 2019, compared to the same time last year.

A Stevenage teacher has been recognised for her work on establishing an apprenticeship support programme.

A woman in her 20s was taken to hospital after being involved in a collision with a car in Letchworth yesterday afternoon.

A 12-year-old was trapped inside an overturned car which has crashed with a van on the A505 between Royston and Baldock this morning.

Sport

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Hundreds of runners turned out for the inaugural Stevenage 10k yesterday - the first time the town has held an officially measured public event for the distance for more than 20 years.

Colney Heath and Baldock Town's reward for progression to the first round proper of the FA Vase are away trips.

Knebworth Park's battle against relegation from Division One of the Herts Cricket League ended with a two-wicket loss to Ickleford - and when they look back they will rue the name of Matt Baxter.

Preston's Herts Cricket League Division One title hopes disappeared with a bang as they suffered a nine-wicket loss to only challengers Langleybury.

Letchworth Garden City Cricket Club waved goodbye to one of their best ever players with a fine seven-wicket win over Leverstock Green in the Herts Cricket League Championship.

Stevenage FC

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Stevenage were left empty-handed after conceding an 82nd-minute winner to Carlisle at the Lamex Stadium on Saturday.

It has been a tumultuous week at the Lamex Stadium as Dino Maamria was sacked as manager of Stevenage. Midfielder Joel Byrom casts a reflective and appreciative eye back in his latest column for CometSport.

Dino Maamria felt that he would pull things round at Stevenage and predicted the club will move up the table as the season goes on.

Dino Maamria's sacking as manager of Stevenage has led to the usual rush of names being touted to replace him at the League Two club. The Comet's Neil Metcalfe takes an early look at some who could be next in line for the Lamex Stadium post.

Dino Maamria's sacking at League Two Stevenage brings to an end a rollercoaster 18-month reign in the manager's chair.

What's On

Thursday, September 12, 2019

As Strictly Come Dancing returns to our TV screens, ballroom double act Ian Waite and Vincent Simone have announced a new touring show.

Tickets have gone on sale for next year's Goatfest music festival in Codicote.

Top American stand-up comedian Reginald D Hunter will return to Hitchin for a comedy night.

Tickets have gone on sale for the ultimate festival for tiny tots.

If you love 90s indie music, head over to Hitchin Town Hall this weekend.

Business

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Restaurant chain Wagamama has announced it is opening a new restaurant on Stevenage Leisure Park.

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Latest Motors News

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Motoring history will be brought to life at Knebworth House for all the family to enjoy this August Bank Holiday weekend.

70 years of Stevenage

Heritage

Yesterday, 18:01

St Faith's Church in Hitchin celebrated its 125th anniversary last weekend with a community flower festival.

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Letchworth families have been discovering the heritage of their early garden city homes.

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Letchworth's Garden City Collection is calling for votes to win the Hertfordshire Association of Museums award for Object of the Year with an 83-year-old toilet roll.

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The Hertfordshire Motor Show returned to Knebworth House at the weekend for the third year running.

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Motoring history will be brought to life at Knebworth House for all the family to enjoy this August Bank Holiday weekend.

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