Departing Hitchin town centre manager Keith Hoskins has been honoured for his 22 years of service with a flagpole in Market Place unveiled today.
Students from a Letchworth school will represent the UK at the a global robotics tournament in the USA in April, after coming first at the UK challenge in Peterborough.
House prices in North Herts dropped by 3.5 per cent in January, contributing to a 2.6 per cent fall over the last 12 months.
A fleet of 25 new trains servicing Welwyn Garden City and Stevenage to and from London are being rolled out by Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR).
In total, 37 per cent of knife and offensive weapon offences resulted in an immediate custodial sentence in 2018, according to the Ministry of Justice, compared with 20 per cent in 2008.
Sitting 33 miles north of London, the town of Baldock has a bustling High Street with historic architecture, independent shops and restaurants.
For Peter Sharkey, an informative journey on the East Anglian Express was a good chance for a financial chat.
Often when speaking about digital I get asked the question “Do I really need a website? Can’t I just use Google listings and Facebook?” My answer is always the same and almost always unpopular.
New research has revealed that there are now more than 1000 ISA millionaires in Britain, says Peter Sharkey.
There’s still time to bid to win free tickets to the county’s top tourist attractions.
The green light has been given for the major renovation and modification of a Grade I listed church - the oldest building in Stevenage.
Free screenings of rare archive film footage of Stevenage are being offered to community groups and centres, including museums, churches and village halls.
Ownership of a multi-million pound piece of public art at Stevenage’s newly-named Barclay Academy will be retained by Herts County Council, even though the school now belongs to a private sponsor.
The author of a book on a infamous unsolved Hitchin murder is appearing on the UK’s most successful history podcast today – exactly 100 years after the crime took place.
Budding young engineers took part in a challenge which saw primary school teams building Lego models and programming moving parts.