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The council which runs local services in Letchworth, Hitchin and Royston has been run by the Conservatives since 1999 but this year saw the Tory majority cut.
The Conservative lost five seats with two going to Labour and three to the Liberal Democrats.
An 87-year-old man has gone missing from his home in Royston - wearing his pyjamas and a grey coat.
Samuel Spruce was last seen at 11.30pm on Thursday, May 3.
He is 5ft 7in tall, with short brown curly hair, stubble on his face and glasses.
Police say they are concerned about his welfare and have issued an urgent appeal for help to trace him.
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A firefighter from Hertfordshire has appeared in court accused of causing the death of a pedestrian after the fire engine he was driving struck the man on a roundabout.
It was the first court appearance for 47-year old David Williams who is accused of causing the death by careless driving of grandfather 58-year old Mitchell Bailey on 18th January 2017.
The father of three died after he was struck by the fire appliance on a roundabout at the junction of Old North Road and Burns Road in Royston.
The charge was not put to the firefighter in court today and he was not required to enter any plea.
His solicitor Rachel Tandy explained to the court that the CPS had only just supplied new information to him and time was needed to consider it before advising him of any plea.
The magistrates adjourned the hearing until February 27, when Mr Williams will next appear before magistrates in St Albans.
At the time of the collision, a crew from Royston Fire Station were heading to reports of a house fire.
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A new road sign has been put up in a small German town, directing visitors to their twin town of Royston.
Großalmerode is twinned with the Hertfordshire town. It was presented to officials during an exchange visit by the Royston & District Twinning Association.
A pedestrian has died after being hit by a lorry on a Hertfordshire bypass.
The victim, who was in his 20s, was killed on the A505 at Royston, between the A10 and A1198 junctions.
Police are appealing for dash cam footage from around the time of the collision. PC Jackie Lister, of Hertfordshire Police, said passing motorists may have captured footage of the lorry or pedestrian shortly before it happened.
The man's family has been informed.
An small family-run bus company has stepped in to continue running vital services for rural villages on the Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire border.
It comes with local councils across our region reducing their bus subsidies leaving some communities feeling cut off.
Brian Clifford, who runs A-2-B buses in Melbourn near Royston, says bigger companies are reluctant to run some country bus routes because they don't make enough money to cover their costs.
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