North Herts residents flocked to Remembrance Sunday services across Baldock, Hitchin, Letchworth and beyond, marking the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A van driver was taken to hospital this morning after being involved in a collision with a lorry in Baldock.
Schoolchildren from Baldock have taken part in a march to mark World Refugee Day.
Two commuters from Letchworth and Baldock have been threatened with prosecution after confusion arose from the declassification of a first class train carriage.
The A507 near Baldock is closed in both directions due to a “serious collision”.
A holistic beautician from Baldock has donated a kidney to a stranger who needed the vital transplant to survive.
Students from Brandles School in Baldock have been taking part in alternative learning projects, giving them opportunities to develop skills in carpentry, design, nature and more.
A Baldock care home is having a double celebration after the completed refurbishment of its Best Friends Café coincided with receiving an overall ‘good’ rating from Care Quality Commission inspectors.
The failings of North Herts District Council’s new waste and recycling contractor were debated at an overview and scrutiny meeting last night.
A Baldock volunteer was recognised for 22 years of service to Sue Ryder as part of Volunteers’ Week.
A Letchworth coffee shop is holding its first ‘Big Community Day’ on Saturday to raise money for the Letchworth and Baldock Children’s Centre.
More than 300 people came together for the second consecutive Baldock Big Lunch yesterday.
A group of boys from the Brandles School in Baldock have completed a series of events to raise funds for North Herts Sanctuary in Hitchin.
A road was closed by police on the edge of Baldock yesterday after reports of a firearm being seen at a house.
A man from Baldock has raised £15,000 for Garden House Hospice Care with a tractor road run after his close friend received respite care from the cancer care facility.
There has been chaos for commuters in North Herts and Central Beds and surrounding towns this week, as Govia’s new timetable roll out has seen trains cancelled, delayed and staff shortages.
Road closures were put in place in Baldock this morning after a crash involving a motorcyclist.
With the “biggest timetable shake-up in history” now upon us, reporter Georgia Barrow spent the morning commuting to London on the Great Northern line to see first-hand whether passengers’ concerns about the changes held true.
An England rugby star from Baldock is calling for Parkinson’s support after her late gran battled with the illness.
The changes to waste collection services for households in North Herts are officially being rolled out from today.
Two bridges linking Letchworth and Baldock are set to be closed at the same time for complete refurbishment.
Runners from across North Herts enoyed marathon success in London on Sunday.
Eight schools across Stevenage and North Herts have come together to celebrate their enjoyment of reading at Baldock’s Knights Templar School.
A project to facilitate growth in Baldock is being considered by the Government after Herts County Council put in bids for over £200 million to fund it and others.
A number of significant road closures will be in place across Baldock in the upcoming days and weeks to repair road surfaces.
A Baldock restuarant has formed a charity partnership with Stevenage-baseed POhWER, and celebrated the union with a launch event on Monday.
Highways England has reviewed its working schedule for the A1(M) bridges that connect Letchworth and Baldock, and have decided that changes will be made.
A memorial bench has been dedicated to a hard-working nursery school staff member and treasurer of the Balstock charity music festival, who tragically passed away just six days after retiring.
The Met Office has issued another yellow warning in Stevenage and North Herts for snow and ice, which will be in place until 11.55pm.
A Baldock-based funeral home has organised a charity drive encouraging people to donate pre-loved teddy bears for vulnerable children across the UK.