A Stotfold family have told their story in a letter sent to residents across North Herts, highlighting the importance of Garden House Hospice Care, and the role it played when mum Bev was diagnosed with bowel cancer.
Citizens Advice North Herts will now provide an extra weekly drop-in session as well as a new advisory service for residents.
North Herts councillors are to consider setting up a new 'cabinet panel' dedicated to the environment - just weeks after declaring a climate emergency.
A police officer has been left with a broken leg after trying to intervene in an altercation between two men on a train.
Visitors to North Hertfordshire's parks and outdoor pools can now use the free drinking fountains that have been installed.
A signalling fault between Letchworth and Royston is affecting services between the stations.
More than 400 runners turned out for Garden House Hospice Care's inaugural Hertfordshire Area of Natural Beauty Marathon on Sunday.
Garden House Hospice Care is saying 'thank you' as part of a week-long national campaign which recognises volunteers.
A former Paralympian who is registered as blind is getting ready to participate in the first Great Hertfordshire Area of Natural Beauty Marathon organised by Garden House Hospice Care.
North Herts District Council have flushed out the competition after being recognised for the cleanliness of all three of its public toilets in Letchworth, Royston and Hitchin.
Letchworth South East councillor David Levett has been elected as the new leader of the North Hertfordshire District Council Conservative Group.
Travel disruption is expected for the rest of the day on Great Northern rail services due to "a number of different issues across the network".
The Liberal Democrats have made gains in local elections across Hertfordshire after counts were held overnight.
There are delays on the trains this evening between Letchworth and Cambridge due to what is being described as an "operational incident".
Garden House Hospice Care is set for its latest fundraising event, the Bridges of London walk, on Sunday, May 12.
Thousands of renters in North Hertfordshire could benefit from new government plans to ban landlords from evicting tenants at short notice and without good reason.
Looking for the perfect Mother's Day gift? Garden House Hospice Care is hosting a special afternoon tea at the House of Lords, complete with a Q&A with Downton Abbey creator Lord Julian Fellowes.
House prices in North Herts dropped by 3.5 per cent in January, contributing to a 2.6 per cent fall over the last 12 months.
Garden House Hospice Care is hosting Make a Will Week where North Herts and Stevenage solicitors will be on hand to write basic wills in return for a donation to the charity.
Seven men have been arrested in connection with vehicle crime in North Herts, as police crack down on thefts from cars and vans across the area.
There was Muddy Mayhem for hundreds of runners at Knebworth Park on Saturday who were all raising funds for Garden House Hospice Care - including the charity's chief executive!
Standalone Farm in Letchworth reopened on Monday with the inclusion of a new science show run by Einstein's Entertainers.
North Herts heroes who 'go the extra mile' to make a difference in their communities were celebrated at a volunteer awards ceremony on Friday.
Rail users will host a public meeting in Letchworth tomorrow to discuss progress made since the introduction of the May 2018 timetable.
Muddy Mayhem is back for 2019, and is calling on all those looking to get fit and enjoy themselves to take part and help meet the overall fundraising target of £60,000 for Garden House Hospice Care.
The murder of Royston author Helen Bailey will feature in the first episode of a new true crime series.
Rail users groups across North Herts have expressed their anger at the increase in train fares which came into effect today, despite the disruption caused by the May 2018 timetable.
A train has struck a tree near Royston, with no trains running between Letchworth and Cambridge as a result.
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.
Today's announcement of a fare increase of 3.1 per cent has been met with "dismay and fury" by Letchworth and Royston rail users.