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.
Paul Gascoigne pleaded guilty to assault on station worker Jack Sherrington and for being drunk and disorderly in a public place, namely Stevenage rail station.
An assault charge involving Gascoigne's ex-wife, Sheryl, has been withdrawn.
While thousands waited for the Duchess of Cambridge to give birth, one mum from Hertfordshire was back home, recovering from a somewhat more speedy delivery.
When Nicole McClung went into labour, she and her husband Mark set-off for the hospital in Stevenage. But they did not get very far.
A man from Hertfordshire is due to be sentenced today for the murder of his 19 year old former girlfriend Amelia Arnold. Her body was discovered in woodland in Hatfield last November.
Jack Wall who is 22 and from Hadrian's Walk in Stevenage, has been found guilty of beating Miss Arnold to death after their relationship broke down.
A foundation set up in memory of a doctor from Hertfordshire will help fund a home for disabled children in Afghanistan.
Dr Karen Woo from Stevenage was killed on an aid mission in the country three years ago.
The Karen Woo Foundation will support the Window Of Hope Orphanage, which is home to thirteen children.
Britain's Got Talent finalist Gabz, 14, has returned to her old school to sing for pupils.
Gabz's first single is heading towards the top five after its release on Sunday and she was back at Lodge Farm Primary in Stevenage on Thursday giving the children a special concert.
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Britain's Got Talent finalist Gabz has been back to her old school in Stevenage entertaining pupils.
Gabrielle Gardiner was back at Lodge Farm Primary School. She released her first single at the end of June.
Stevenage's Gabz Gardiner is to release the song she performed in the final of ITV's Britiain's Got Talent.
The track, called Lighters (The One) is to be issued by Sony Music on June 30 "due to exceptional demand".
The 14-year-old, who finished seventh in the ITV contest which was won by Hungarian shadow dance troupe Attraction, said: "I'm really excited about my single being released, I'm so happy, it's a dream come true."
A woman is in a critical condition following an attack in Stevenage town centre.
The 29-year-old was in the bus station area close to the Standard Bearer pub last Friday at around 7pm.
She appears to have been struck on the head and police believe the attack continued after she fell to the floor.
The woman suffered a fractured skull and was taken to Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge. She is in a critical but stable condition.
Two men have been arrested in connection with the police investigation.
Dale Teer, 35, of Winifred Road, Bedford, has been charged with grievous bodily harm and remanded in custody. He was due to appear in court this morning.
A 32-year-old man from Stevenage has been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm. He has been released on police bail.
– DC Emma Landucci, Hertfordshire Police
“If you were there and saw anything at all or you know anything about this incident, please get in touch with me as soon as possible.”
Local authorities in our region are supporting National Falls Awareness Week.
It is estimated that one third of people aged 65 and above will fall at least once a year.
In Hertfordshire alone, this equates to over 1,100 people each week. Many will result in a visit to hospital and 50 will be fatal.
Older people can reduce their risk of falls by:
• Taking regular exercise to stretch and strengthen toes and ankles.
• Wearing well-fitted shoes with high sides, a slip-resistant sole and a heel height lower than one inch.
• Speaking to a GP, chiropodist or podiatrist if you have any foot pain as this may affect your balance.
During the week, there will be events at the Lister Hospital in Stevenage. Hertfordshire care homes will also be promoting Falls Awareness Week.
– Teresa Heritage, Cabinet Member for Public Health, Hertfordshire County Council
"Research indicates that up to 30 per cent of falls are preventable and there is already a lot of innovative work being done in Hertfordshire to reduce the risk of falls.
The Falls Awareness Week will not only give older people some useful advice on things they can do themselves to prevent a fall, it will guide them to where they can obtain help and information.