Men are being invited for the first time to join in Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life – a women-only event since it first started more than 25 years ago.
Teachers will take strike action for a second time over the imminent takeover of a school by an academy trust.
Parents of pupils at a school hit with complaints about special educational needs provision say the problem is more widespread, with seven teachers and five support staff leaving in one term.
A family have said they have been “blown away” by the response to a missing appeal to find their beloved sausage dog, who was found in just over 24 hours after the community joined in the search.
A Letchworth distribution centre has donated £1,000 to Greenside School in Stevenage.
Dog lovers in Stevenage have come together to help reunite a family with their beloved miniture sausage dog, Ernie, after he went missing from Fairlands Valley Park this morning.
A lane closure is in place on the A602 between Hitchin and Stevenage following a collision between a car and a lorry.
A family renowned for their spectacular Christmas display outside their Stevenage home are preparing for the lights switch-on on Saturday.
Two Stevenage postcodes are currently being affected by a power cut.
A 19-year-old was arrested in Stevenage this morning after officers discovered more than 100 wraps of suspected class A drugs, a folding knife and a quantity of cash while searching the teenager.
Two men in their 20s were arrested this morning after police carried out warrant at a Stevenage flat.
A number of attempted telephone scams in Stevenage have resulted in one victim in his 70s being conned out of £22,000.
An 11-year-old-girl was the pedestrian involved in a collision with a car in Stevenage, police have confirmed.
There has been a collision involving a car and a person outside Giles Infants’ School in Stevenage.
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.
Dino Maamria’s ten-man Stevenage lost 1-0 at home to Crewe at the Lamex on Saturday to a 57th minute Jordan Bowery goal after defender Ben Nugent was sent-off early in the first half as they suffered their second home defeat of the season.
A 12-year-old boy with cerebral palsy has his sights firmly set on competing in the Paralympics after £3,400 was raised for his very own racing wheelchair.
A car has crashed and ended up on its roof in a ditch on the side of the A1(M) this afternoon – causing a partial block and queuing traffic northbound.
Some Great Northern rail services towards London are facing disruption this evening after an item was caught in overhead wires in the Sandy area.
Stevenage’s popular charter fair is back and will be entertaining people on Friday and Saturday with an extravaganza of fairground stalls, rides, candy floss and prizes.
A community fair to mark the centennial celebration of the end of the First World War will be held tomorrow.
A former Sandy maths teacher and Stevenage deputy head has been banned from teaching after posting a racist rant on social media.
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A security guard from Stevenage who says he has been left barely able to walk by an incident at work has accused his employer of failing to give him his full statutory sick pay.
A woman was stabbed in the back in Stevenage last night, following an altercation outside a pub – and three people have been arrested.
The chairman of a residents’ group is calling on neighbours to come along to a fete this weekend where plans for a £40 million redevelopment will be on display.
Three teenagers have been arrested in connection with a stabbing in Stevenage yesterday afternoon.
A 14-year-old boy has allegedly been stabbed in Stevenage this afternoon.
Govia Thameslink has published details of the new interim timetable, which they say “marks a significant stage in the recovery plan” following chaos on their services.
The RAF Baton Relay came to Stevenage and Central Bedfordshire this week, as part of the Royal Air Force’s centenary commemorations.