Welcome to our live blog, where we will be providing updates on coronavirus in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and beyond.
A range of specialist bikes have been stolen from a garden in Letchworth in an overnight burglary, and police have launched an appeal for anyone with information to come forward.
Residents across North Herts were treated to the sight of at least one enormous RAF transport plane roaming the skies yesterday afternoon.
A family support charity’s emergency appeal for financial help, after the coronavirus pandemic cut vital funding streams, has raised more than £26,000 so far.
Boris Johnson is “responding to treatment” in a London hospital as he battles coronavirus, Downing Street has said.
Organisers have sadly had to cancel this year’s Hitchin Festival in July due to the coronavirus pandemic.
An umbrella group that has been the voice of Hitchin for almost 30 years has responded to the district council’s consultation on Churchgate with their thoughts on the site’s future.
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County Trading Standards officers are cracking down on businesses flouting the rules during the coronavirus lockdown.
War researchers are trying to find the lost artist who painted a remarkable collection of First World War oil canvasses, believed to originate from Hertfordshire.
The Heritage Foundation is developing an urgent action plan to support the Letchworth community as the impact of coronavirus continues to be felt.
Standalone Farm reopens its doors on February 17, and is kicking off the new season with its biggest launch event yet – a mobile planetarium.
North Hertfordshire Museum will mark LGBQT+ history month with a display illustrating the diversity of people in the district’s history.
Staff at Wilbury Junior School in Letchworth have released an emotional video for pupils who are stuck at home during lockdown.