A Letchworth man who went missing from Stevenage yesterday morning has now been found safe and well.
Scientists, a champion of young people and police officers from our community have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list, released last night.
A courageous young woman put aside her own health problems to dodge four lanes of traffic and help a crash victim on the A505 near Baldock on Saturday.
Schools in Herts will now be informed within one working day if an alleged incident of domestic abuse has occurred in a pupil’s home – if a child’s welfare might be at risk.
The Herts police and crime commissioner has sent out a clear message to fly-tippers in the county – ‘time is running out and you will be caught’.
A wide-ranging government inspection of police forces has raised a warning flag in Hertfordshire, where the service has been urged to boost efforts to cut crime and keep people safe.
Major delays are expected for at least two hours on Great Northern trains between Stevenage and London after the electricity supply failed this morning.
An appeal has been launched to trace two men who may have seen an incident in Royston which left a 65-year-old with a serious head injury.
An appeal has been launched after a BMW’s rear windscreen was smashed while parked in Royston overnight – with a cyclist believed to have been injured in the crash.
A burglar who targeted the elderly in a string of ‘despicable’ offences in Royston, Stevenage, Hitchin and elsewhere today had his prison sentence reduced by top judges on appeal.
A 55-year-old man from Royston who was arrested yesterday morning in connection with the disappearance of author Helen Bailey has been released on police bail this afternoon – pending further enquiries.
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