August 30 2014 Latest news:
A family festival of fun drew a council’s summer programme to a close last week.
As the nation continues to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, former pupils of a Hitchin school have been remembered in a book written by a former Royston primary school teacher.
Developers keen to build a 250-acre solar farm say the local community could lose out on a £1.25 million investment if the project is blocked by communities secretary Eric Pickles.
Plans for 300 new homes in Royston would result in a loss of privacy for those living in adjoining streets, according to a resident.
Bungling Network Rail workers have destroyed a wildflower garden planted by volunteers to mark the anniversary of First World War.