North Herts Council has launched a consultation to find out how we can better support people to move more and enjoy being active for life.
An exhibition showcasing local disabled people and their involvement in sport is taking place at North Herts Museum until 26 March.
Little ones in Letchworth, prepare to have the time of your lives as work starts on a brand new soft play facility at North Herts Leisure Centre on Baldock Road this week.
A special event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day took place today (27 January), to remember all those affected by genocide across the world.
A local woman who shared an image of her husband and his friend who both have dementia with one of Hitchin’s snowmen has won our photo competition.
We want to know how safe you feel in the district and what your priority concerns are regarding crime and disorder – anti-social behaviour, violent crime, violence against women and girls?
A new weeping willow has been planted to replace the large tree which fell over in Hitchin’s St Mary’s churchyard last year.
2,000 trees were planted at Swinburne Recreational Ground by around 75 volunteers last weekend (Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 January), thanks to the Rotary Club of Hitchin Tilehouse.
Hundreds of pigs’ ears have been found dumped in a ditch in Newnham Road, Radwell, making it the second strange fly-tipping incident in North Herts in the last four months.
The annual cleaning of the River Hiz outside St Mary’s Church and Peppermint Court in Whinbush Road, Hitchin, is scheduled to take place the week starting Monday 23 January.