The MP for South Cambridgeshire has today urged Great Northern rail passengers to have their say about how a £15 million compensation fund gets spent at stations used by her constituents.
Fire crews from Baldock and Royston had to evacuate cattle from a field after 100 tonnes of straw caught alight near Ashwell.
Rail users will host a public meeting in Letchworth tomorrow to discuss progress made since the introduction of the May 2018 timetable.
A bus service linking Hitchin and St Albans is among a number that will receive continued financial support from Hertfordshire County Council.
Christmas has arrived in Ashwell, as hundreds of visitors enjoyed the village's annual festive celebration.
The face of Govia Thameslink Railway has pledged a return to the service levels which existed before the timetable chaos which kicked off in May.
Regulars at the only pub in Odsey have spoken of their concern about the future of the historic watering hole, saying the owners "are running it into the ground."
Hertfordshire County Council has awarded an emergency bus contract for the 202 Ashwell station bus route, which will see the "vital service" continue to run from November 19.
School teachers from Hitchin and Ashwell embarked on a 500-mile cycle challenge to Snowdon and back to raise £25,000 in support of the Dalit Community in India.
A protected bird of prey has died after being shot in Ashwell, and police have now launched an appeal for anyone with information to come forward.
Members of the public have gone along to the first rural drop-in session in Ashwell to discuss issues affecting the North Herts villages.
Fast evening services calling at Letchworth and Royston on the Great Northern line are to be restored, it has been announced today.
Thousands turned out to enjoy the Ashwell Show at the weekend - which included horse and dog shows, face painting and plenty of other activities for the kids.
The pub in Odsey was broken into at the weekend.
The Ashwell Show is returning with horse and dog shows, face painting, Punch and Judy and plenty more on bank holiday Monday.
The family of a Sandon farmer - who became county vice lord lieutenant, high Sheriff, North Herts District councillor and a Stevenage vicar - have spoken about his eventful life following his death aged 71.