Police have been called in to investigate the Halloween decorations at one house in Stevenage after complaints there were too scary.
Paul Gascoigne is continuing to receive "one to one" treatment for his alcoholism, as he is fined for a drunken assault.
Paul Gascoigne has been ordered to pay £1,245 after admitting a drunken assault at Stevenage rail station.
Two men have been charged in connection with a stabbing that occurred in a flat in Stevenage.
The victim, a 19 year old man from Hemel Hempstead, is in a stable condition in hospital following the stabbing in Harrow Court on Friday 13th September.
Andrew Ighalo, aged 27 years old and of no fixed address, has been charged with attempted murder.
Nathan Mills, aged 20 and also of no fixed address, was charged with perverting the course of justice.
DI Amanda Bell, from the Local Crime Unit in Stevenage, said: “At this stage we are not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident, however our investigations into this crime continue and I would urge anyone with information about it to contact us."
Police are appealing for information after a man was stabbed at a flat in Stevenage yesterday.
Officers were called to Harrow Court at around 1am on Friday. The victim's in a critical condition in hospital.
It is believed there may have been two offenders involved.
– Detective Sergeant Mark Corkin, Stevenage Police
I would appeal to anyone who was in the area at the time and saw anyone acting suspiciously to contact police with information.
“It is possible the offender(s) may have received injuries during the incident and I would like to appeal anyone who knows of anyone who may have been injured in suspicious circumstances to also make contact.'
Stevenage striker Marcus Haber has left the club to join League One rivals Notts County on a three-month emergency loan deal.
The Canadian International had fallen out of favour at the Lamex Stadium and was one of three players put on the transfer list at the end of last season.
Haber joined Stevenage on a free transfer last summer, and scored seven goals in his debut campaign in Hertfordshire.
However, his chances have been limited so far this season, with the 24-year-old only managing three appearances from the substitutes' bench to date.
Stevenage have signed Queens Park Rangers midfielder Michael Doughty on loan until January.
The Wales under-21 international is no stranger to temporary spells away from Loftus Road, having spent time on loan at the likes of Crawley Town and St.Johnstone in recent seasons.
Speaking to the club's official website, 20-year-old Doughty said:
“I know this is a very progressive club in League One which has had a good couple of seasons in the division and is looking to establish itself.
"I think it’s a club that can really push forward this season and aim for the playoffs and promotion.
"Personally I want to nail down a starting place and play as many games as I can. If we can pick up as many points in that time then I’ll be delighted.”
He was once one of the country's finest footballers but today Paul Gascoigne's continuing struggle with alcohol landed him before magistrates in Stevenage.
The former England player admitted a drunken assault on a security worker at the train station in July.
Tanya Mercer reports.
In a statement released through British Transport Police, Mr Sherrington, from Peterborough, said: "I am grateful for and welcome Mr Gascoigne's decision to plead guilty today. I am told that since the incident he has offered his apologies for his behaviour, and I fully accept them.
"In differing ways this has not been easy for either of us and I sincerely hope he gets the help that he needs in the future.
"With the conclusion of the case, and Mr Gascoigne's sentencing, I now consider this matter closed. I will not be conducting any interviews at this time and ask for my privacy in this regard to be respected."
Fans gathered outside Stevenage Magistrates Court today, where former footballer Paul Gascoigne admitted - and was fined for - common assault and being drunk and disorderly.
It follows an incident at Stevenage rail station in July.