An Iranian GP based at Lister Hospital in Stevenage has sadly died from COVID-19.
Fire crews attended a car fire on the A505 between Baldock and Royston this afternoon.
Dominic Cummings has come under heavy pressure to resign after allegations he broke coronavirus lockdown rules – but should he be sacked? We want to know what you think.
Home-Start Herts is one of ten community projects and charities in Hertfordshire that has received a share of almost £90,000 in National Lottery funding in the past month.
North Herts District Council is encouraging residents to help newly planted trees on road verges and in parks, by giving them a drink of water.
Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is providing round-the-clock support for people in Herts experiencing a mental health crisis.
A 17-year-old boy has been sentenced to eight years and five months after he pleaded guilty to a number of sexual offences against two victims, including a child under the age of two.
This year, Mental Health Awareness Week has taken on added significance with the country recovering from months of isolation away from friends and family during the coronavirus pandemic.
The North Herts Road Runners have raised £5,000 for Garden House Hospice Care following the huge success of its lockdown ‘web-a-thon’.
The Herts Disability Sports Foundation has continued to provide much-needed services for adults and children with learning difficulties during this pandemic.
The phased reopening of Herts’ recycling centres will begin next week, with ten sites set to open on Monday.
A 49-year-old man has been arrested after reportedly using offensive language towards a member of staff at the Tesco Extra store in Royston.
On May 8, 1945, the guns fell silent and war finally came to an end in Europe, with joyous celebrations erupting across the country.
A Stevenage woman has shared her experience of volunteering on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic.
At times like these, while close family are unable to visit, a community alarm can be so important for elderly or vulnerable residents.
Each year, North Herts Road Runners raises thousands of pounds for local charities courtesy of their Greenway Challenge half-marathon.
Police have launched a CCTV appeal after a man entered a McColls post office in Royston last month, and allegedly threatened staff with a knife.
Weekly collections of food waste and fortnightly collections of garden waste for paid subscribers will recommence on May 11.
Hertfordshire police have handed out 189 fines in the county for residents allegedly flouting COVID-19 lockdown laws, new figures reveal.
The granddaughter of Arsenal legend Ian Allinson has raised nearly £6,000 for Garden House Hospice Care by cycling one mile a day.
A social care provider based in Hertfordshire has been spending over £120,000 of its own money on PPE to protect its workers and vulnerable clients from COVID-19.
Garden House Hospice Care’s ‘compassionate neighbours’ are still working throughout this lockdown to ensure older members of the community in Letchworth, Royston and Stevenage feel connected.
Residents at a care home in Royston have been keeping in touch with their loved ones in a unique way during lockdown, with their very own radio show.
Home-Start Royston, Buntingford and Cambridgeshire is taking part in the 2.6 Challenge – a national campaign from JustGiving aimed at filling the £4bn funding gap facing the UK’s charities.
Police in Royston have launched a CCTV appeal after a man was badly assaulted near the Tesco Express in Royston earlier this year.
BBC Look East has filmed a special feature after the launch of Garden House Hospice Care’s urgent coronavirus appeal last week.
Signs asking members of the public to respect teams working on the highways have been brought in, after workers were subjected to abuse from passers-by.
The number of COVID-19 deaths at East and North Herts NHS Trust hospitals has reached 100, according to the latest NHS England figures.
Addenbrooke’s and Papworth hospital nurses saved a man’s life last month after he suddenly collapsed in Letchworth town centre.
Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd has recorded a message for residents, one month after lockdown measures were first introduced.