Hertfordshire Police and Stevenage Borough Council are working closely to ensure a peaceful demonstration
A blind woman from Hertfordshire has spoken out about the abuse she has suffered on the streets of Stevenage.
There's a promise of faster and more reliable train journeys on the East Coast mainline.
Labour have increased their majority on Stevenage Council which has been in the party's control since it was formed in 1973.
UKIP lost its only seat on the council and the Liberal Democrats replace the Conservatives as the main opposition party.
Stevenage have extended the contract of highly-rated winger Luke Freeman as they prepare for life in League Two.
The club have triggered a 12-month option to keep the 22-year-old, who attracted interest from The Championship in January.
Midfielder Dean Parrett, who's currently sidelined with a serious knee injury, has also been handed a new deal, as has Roarie Deacon.
Meanwhile, Filipe Morais, Luke Jones, Peter Hartley, Simon Heslop, Marcus Haber and Sam Wedgbury have all been allowed to leave.
Police are asking members of the public for help in tracing a wanted man.
23 year old James Obrien, whose last known address was Church Lane in Stotfold, failed to attend East Herts Magistrates Court on Wednesday 9 April for a drunk and disorderly offence in Stevenage.
He was last known to be in the Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire area.
Anyone who knows where James is or who sees him should contact the Herts Police non-emergency number 101.
Alternatively call Crimestoppers, the independent charity, anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Stevenage gained a crucial point in their bid to stay in League One last night, holding league leaders Wolves to a 0-0 draw.
Jimmy Smith had the best chance for Boro but keeper Carl Ikeme produced a stunning save to deny him.
The result means that Stevenage move off the bottom of the division, and are now just one point from safety.
Meanwhile, newly-crowned Johnstone's Paint Trophy winners Peterborough United take on Colchester United tonight at London Road.
Stevenage face a difficult task tonight in League One with leaders Wolves coming to town.
Boro are currently bottom of the league and two points from safety.
Wolves are on the back of a 1-0 win over MK Dons at Stadium MK where over 8,000 away fans made the trip.
A giant sandpit in a warehouse in Stevenage, Hertfordshire is helping in the vital research into space missions to the planet Mars.
A newly-enlarged test area has been opened at Airbus Defence and Space to put Mars rover vehicles through their paces.
The Mars Yard, which is now 30 metres by 13 metres, will be used to fully develop the European Space Agency's ExoMars rover mission due to be launched in 2018.
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MK Dons defender Tom Flanagan has joined Stevenage on loan until the end of the season.
The 22-year-old only signed a new contract with the Dons earlier this week, but manager Karl Robinson has now allowed the Northern Irishman to get some first team minutes under his belt in Hertfordshire.
Flanagan came through the youth system at Stadium:MK and has previously spent time on loan at Kettering Town, Gillingham and Barnet.
Stevenage are currently bottom of League One, two points from safety.