To mark Holocaust Memorial Day today, Stevenage MP Stephen McPartland has signed the Holocaust Educational Trust's Book of Commitment - pledging to remember the atrocities, honour the dead and pay tribute to the survivors.
A village pre-school has been awarded a council grant to help children enjoy outdoor play in rainy weather.
A new safeguarding initiative aimed at protecting and educating children in Stevenage is being launched across the town this week to tackle a number of issues.
To mark Data Protection Day on Tuesday, a Letchworth-based data protection company are offering free advice to local businesses.
A Stevenage primary school has been celebrating its 60th birthday by teaching pupils all about important events that happened in 1960.
A Hitchin school has given its dining room a new lease of life with the installation of a mural highlighting equality, justice and diversity.
Stevenage Borough Council is set to host its annual Holocaust Memorial Day event on January 27, supported by the Stevenage Liberal Synagogue.
Parents and carers of young people with special educational needs and disabilities are invited to learn more about Hertfordshire-wide SEND resources at an event next week.
A caterer from Hitchin is preparing to defend her title as the East of England's School Chef of the Year at a regional competition next week.
A Baldock school has paid tribute to its former headmaster who sadly died on Monday last week, aged 94.
A Hitchin author spent the day brainstorming with young, aspiring authors from The Priory School this week in preparation for a World Book Day project.
More than 100 pupils entered a competition to design their school's new logo for their hard-working parent-teacher association.
Breachwood Green JMI School has been awarded the School Games Platinum Mark Award for 2018/19.
The Samaritans of North Herts and Stevenage is encouraging Herts residents to beat any winter blues by getting together for a warming cup of tea on Mondays.