Police have charged a 33-year-old man from Hitchin with a string of shoplifting offences.
A senior Labour politician on the campaign trail had a stark warning about the scale of personal debt in Stevenage and North Herts when she spoke to supporters.
A couple from Heydon have been ordered to hand over more than £75,000 and pay a fine of £10,000 after repeatedly renting out two former barn units without permission.
At least one unexpected approach that 83-year-old scam victim Betty has received was the real deal – because it came from trading standards watchdogs who wanted to help her keep the vultures at bay.
Songs of Praise presenter Pam Rhodes will lead a chorus of celebration on Saturday as Letchworth Christian Bookshop marks its 50th anniversary.
Reed Cricket Club invite both members and guests to their charity day, in aid of Cardiac Risk in the Young, this Sunday.
Steeple Morden FC are hosting a charity football festival on Saturday.
As the professional cyclists raced around Paris at the weekend, Cycle Club Ashwell youth were in action at the Welwyn Petit Tour, the final round of the Tour of Hertfordshire series.
Royston 2nds thrashed promotion-chasing Wilbrahams 2nds by 76 runs on Saturday.
Chris Watters struck twice and Rob Mason grabbed his first Royston Town goal since the 2013/14 season as they trounced a Stevenage XI 7-2 in their final pre-season friendly at Garden Walk on Tuesday night.
Calling all pubs! Do you want your regulars to have a lot of infuriating fun, and raise cash to support Garden House Hospice at the same time?
Stevenage band Waste kicked off Standon Calling this afternoon, as the three-day festival marks its 10th anniversary.
Open-air entertainment is a feature of any British summer, and at Knebworth House there are two theatre treats coming up for fans of Shakespeare – and swashbuckling drama.
The crimebusting brainbox of Baker Street has never been more popular, it seems.