Two men wearing balaclavas attempted to remove a cash machine using an angle grinder and a blow torch at Arlesey Post Office during the early hours of this morning.
There are delays on the northbound line between Hitchin and Peterborough this morning after a points failure near Biggleswade.
Four children were taken to hospital after being hit by a car on their way their school in Arlesey yesterday morning.
Fairfield, Arlesey and Stotfold parents are growing increasingly concerned due to uncertainty over middle schools places for September 2019.
A petition for step-free access at Biggleswade and other Bedfordshire stations has been presented to the government.
A round-up of services and events taking place across North Herts, Stevenage and Central Bedfordshire to mark the centenary of the armistice being signed, marking the end of World War I in 1918.
More than £2,000 has been raised in memory of a two-year-old girl who lost her battle with leukaemia.
The number of pensioner households in Central Bedfordshire will grow by more than three-quarters within 25 years, according to official projections.
A dad from Arlesey is set for the Royal Parks Half Marathon this Sunday in aid of Tommy’s – the charity that helped him and his family when his daughter when she was born premature.
Coffee, cake and other tasty treats have helped raise money in the Biggleswade area to battle cancer during the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning initiative.
Three teenagers and a 20-year-old man have been found guilty of assault after a “violent attack” outside a Shefford pub.
The number of criminals in Bedfordshire prosecuted for knife crime, after previously being caught carrying a blade, has increased by more than half over the last three years.
Macmillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning will take place on Friday, with plenty of opportunities to get involved and raise money taking place across Central Bedfordshire.
A road in Arlesey was cordoned off by police this morning in response to a suspected chemical spill.
People in Sandy can now use a new walking route around the town, after it was launched at the Bedfordshire Walking Festival last weekend.
Crime-fighting canines from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Dog Unit swapped police chases for photos to star in a new charity calendar.
A Shefford man has been charged in connection with a spate of bike thefts at Biggleswade and Arlesey railway stations.
A dangerous driver from Shefford who led police on a high-speed car chase through five villages has been jailed.
Bedfordshire Police close investigations without identifying a suspect in almost nine out of 10 household burglaries and seven in 10 reported vehicle thefts, new analysis shows.
A Letchworth family are hosting a fundraiser complete with disco and raffle to raise money to help with hospital visits and equipment for their unborn baby – who has sacral agenesis.
A Hitchin funeral directors has offered to replace two vases which were stolen from Arlesey War Memorial.
Arlesey Town Council is to object to a plan to change a house in Lynton Avenue into a ground-floor funeral parlour.
Valve manufacturers in Hitchin have donated more than £31,000 to charitable causes close to the hearts of their staff.
Car thefts increased last year in Bedfordshire according to the latest police recorded crime figures, likely propelled by an increase in keyless cars.
A 20-year-old woman who went missing from Clifton yesterday afternoon was found safe and well in Arlesey following more than four hours of searching.
A quarry in Arlesey has been evacuated after an old hand grenade was discovered.
Fairfield Park Lower School has beaten more than 1,600 others from across the country to win the Big Pedal competition – designed to encourage more pupils to cycle or scoot in each morning.
An increase in the amount of money it can borrow could enable Central Bedfordshire Council to provide more affordable housing.
Work on a multi-million-pound expansion at a Arlesey school has been completed.
The government must end Govia Thameslink’s contract if its new interim timetable does not improve railway journeys – that’s according to the chairman of North East Beds Labour, who is himself a train driver.