Stevenage Borough Council has teamed up with the Women in Business Network and the Federation of Small Businesses to mark International Women’s Day on Friday.
An appeal to fund a new neonatal family room at Stevenage’s Lister Hospital has so far raised £300,000 – with just £38,000 now needed for the project to begin.
The chief executive of Austin’s Funeral Services was bestowed Rotary’s highest honour on Friday in recognition of her charitable achievements in the community.
Hundreds of people are expected to attend the funeral of a former deputy headteacher tomorrow.
A report carried out by the further education commissioner has found that North Hertfordshire College has “suffered a financial crisis”, after being in early intervention between 2015 and 2018, triggered by its weak financial health.
A former Stevenage teacher has received a 12-week prison sentence suspended for a year after being convicted of fraud.
Tributes have been paid to a Stevenage football coach described as a “legend of this town” after his sudden death.
Hundreds have objected to plans to build up to 618 homes, a primary and pre-school, an 80-bed care home and up to 50 assisted living homes on the outskirts of Stevenage.
A law to protect service animals in honour of police dog Finn, who was brutally stabbed in Stevenage, was passed through its third reading at the House of Commons on Friday.
A Letchworth business owner, who has “shone a new light on homelessness and deprivation”, has received two nominations for our Comet Community Awards.
Stevenage teenager Adam Cummins performed at the Ronnie Scott’s club in Soho on Sunday night, as part of the club’s 60th anniversary celebration.
Staff at a primary school have refuted claims of poor special educational needs provision and pupils’ classroom violence.
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People campaigning against the forced takeover of a Stevenage school by an academy trust took part in a protest march on Saturday, before attending a rally.
Hertfordshire has been chosen as a national trailblazer in school mental health support, with children set to get early help from specialist teams as part of a new initiative.
Officers from Herts police’s Operation Mantis team were supported by the National Crime Agency and the Eastern Region Special Operations Unit to carry out raids at addresses across the county.
A new initiative aimed at supporting independent retailers and encouraging people to shop locally in Stevenage is launching on Saturday.
Terry Woolfe from the Stevenage Liberal Synagogue has been discussing this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day.
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.