The Ashwell Show is returning with horse and dog shows, face painting, Punch and Judy and plenty more on bank holiday Monday.
There’s still time to view work by a Barley artist whose exhibition at The Hub in Melbourn continues until the end of the month.
A Royston woman has described the waste collection services in North Herts as “disgraceful”, having been left with an uncollected garden waste bin for six weeks.
Passengers were left “trapped” on a train after the doors didn’t open when stopping at Baldock yesterday evening.
A collection of abandoned pig sheds in a conservation area could be demolished if plans to build nine new houses in Ashwell get the go-ahead.
Five parks and nature reserves belonging to North Herts District Council have retained their Green Flag Award status, as part of the national scheme.
Police have released images of sentimental items of jewellery following a burglary in Hinxworth.
Families turned out to Shepreth Wildlife Park on Saturday to celebrate a special birthday and raise money for a tiger welfare charity.
As today marks two months since William Taylor’s disappearance, police are re-appealing for the public’s help to trace the Gosmore man.
Organisers of the Sandon Fields Festival have presented a cheque for £5,000 to the village school.
Disruptions to train services are expected between Royston and Cambridge due to an operational incident earlier today.
Rail services are expected to be cancelled, delayed or revised between London King’s Cross and Peterborough after a plastic balloon got caught in the overhead lines.
An employee of North Hertfordshire’s embattled waste contractor has alleged “unsafe working conditions” in his job as a refuse collector, which he claims landed a colleague in hospital.
There has been a spate of van break-ins over the past week in Baldock. Letchworth and Royston.
Garden House Hospice Care has raised £4,000 for its children’s bereavement service, and an additional £4,000 for its music therapy service from Tesco’s Bags of Help grant scheme.
The bill for ‘Finn’s Law’ was presented to the House of Commons today for a second reading, and has now been passed to the next stage where a change in law will be considered.
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 return of Cambridge Open Studios will see exhibitions across Cambridgeshire this weekend, including some in Bassingbourn and Steeple Morden.
A Slimming World group serving Royston and the surrounding areas has collected more than 230 bags of clothing that no longer fit to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Police have released a new image of missing farmer William ‘Bill’ Taylor, almost a month after he was last seen.
A book of illustrations of plants in Prince Charles’ property in Romania, which was designed by late Newnham resident Iain Bain, is set to be published.
First class carriages for Govia Thameslink’s Great Northern peak-time services have been declassified from today with hopes that – in the midst of continued cancellations and delays – it will help limit overcrowding.
Paloma Faith charmed the crowd with her self-proclaimed ‘girl-next-door’ image at Newmarket Nights on Friday.
Community buildings across North Herts have been awarded funds by NHDC totalling £117,000, to help secure their long term futures.
Music fans in Royston will have the rare opportunity to hear internationally-acclaimed musicians perform contemporary songs arranged for classical instruments this summer.
The Association for Police and Crime Commissioners has announced today that ‘Finn’s Law’, which will help to protect service animals in the line of duty, has been backed by the Government.
The failings of North Herts District Council’s new waste and recycling contractor were debated at an overview and scrutiny meeting last night.
Royston’s NatWest branch closed its doors for good yesterday, despite a petition lobbying against the closure being set up by residents.
During Volunteers’ Week, the We Care Bear from Letchworth-based Garden House Hospice Care has visited its charity shops in Royston and Hitchin.
East and North Herts NHS Trust have teamed up with parkrun to celebrate 70 years of the NHS with a birthday event this Saturday.