A Stotfold adventurer is set to unveil a documentary on his 66 day and 798.5 mile hike across Lapland last summer.
A makeup artist from Stotfold has reached the national final of the 2019 Wedding Industry Awards, and will find out her fate next week.
A teenager has been sentenced to three years in prison after admitting to marking bombs threats to thousands of schools across the country – including in Herts and Beds.
Fairfield, Arlesey and Stotfold parents are growing increasingly concerned due to uncertainty over middle schools places for September 2019.
Plans for 161 homes on land south of Arlesey Road in Stotfold have been approved.
A planning application for new homes in Stotfold is to be discussed at a Central Bedfordshire Council planning meeting next week.
A Slimming World member who supports hundreds of people in Shefford and Stotfold has been recognised by the weight loss organisation as one of their highest-achieving consultants.
The number of pensioner households in Central Bedfordshire will grow by more than three-quarters within 25 years, according to official projections.
A team of 11 trekkers will take on the rainforests of Borneo in less than two weeks to raise funds for Garden House Hospice Care.
A Stotfold family and a close friend have completed a gruelling 500-mile bike ride around the coast of Scotland to raise money for Diabetes UK.
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.
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 Stotfold family are fundraising so they can make their son and brother’s wishes come true after doctors tell them they cannot go ahead with an operation that would save his life.
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.
Car thefts increased last year in Bedfordshire according to the latest police recorded crime figures, likely propelled by an increase in keyless cars.
A drunken burglar from Stotfold “went berserk” and caused almost £75,000 in damage to a family’s Lake District second home during a five-day trespass.
A new programme is being launched by Central Bedfordshire Council to develop a long-term education plan.
The community has been gifted a fresh set of wheels, as the Wanderbus team unveiled their new vehicle.
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.
A woman who is the descendant of soldiers who died during the First World War is writing a book on other men who served – and needs your help in gathering information.
There’s not enough money in the pot to fix every road defect in Central Bedfordshire.
A wrangle over the completion of a school expansion project near Stotfold could be heading for the High Court.
Leadership is vital for a primary and secondary school system to become uniform across Central Bedfordshire, it has been claimed.
On the anniversary of the sudden death of a father of two, his family have held a charity ball in Welwyn to aid the fight for meningitis research.
There will be plenty of family fun at the steam fair and country show in Stotfold this weekend.
A Letchworth woman has spoken about the devastating impact cancer has had on her and her family after her best friend completed the London Marathon in their honour.
RAF members and civilians lined Henlow’s roads for an emotional last farewell to motorcycle mechanic and wartime air force reservist John ‘Jack’ Furness.