The cost of repairing potholes in the county has more than doubled over the last three years – to some £6 million, new figures have revealed.
A St Neots man was left frustrated after it took a housing provider more than two months to repair his “dangerous” garden wall, after it collapsed onto a footpath in high winds.
The grandson of a First World War solider will walk in his footsteps across the battlefields of Europe for charity later this year.
A reflexologist who offered taster treatments in aid of the Woodlands Centre at Hinchingbrooke Hospital has raised more than £300 for the facility.
More than 1,000 calls from Cambridgeshire to the East of England Ambulance Service were logged over the holiday weekend.
Work is nearing completion at The Norris Museum, in St Ives, after months spent being redeveloped.
A host of Huntingdonshire-based businesses have been recognised for enterprise excellence in celebration of the Queen’s 91st birthday.
The body of a woman in her 40s has been found at a property in Fenstanton.
Lord and Lady De Ramsey will open up their estate for this year’s Walk with a Fork, taking place on Sunday.
A new mixed martial arts gym designed to keep youngsters active and off the streets has opened in St Ives.
Police were sent to Earith this morning (April 28) after a woman was hit by a car.
There was cause for celebration in Ellington last week, as one of its residents rang in her 100th year – the same day the Queen celebrated her own birthday.
Plans to build a McDonalds drive-through in St Ives have been approved by Huntingdonshire District Council.
Huntingdonshire District Council has been accused of ‘dragging its feet’ by developers who have waited more than three years to start work on a disused RAF base, which has become a magnet for crime.
More than 300 people turned out at Coneygear Park, in Huntingdon, for an Easter fun day earlier this month.
A man has died after police were called to reports of an explosion in Warboys on Friday (April 21).
Hundreds gathered at Wood Green Animal Shelter in Godmanchester for bank holiday fun on April 14.
A 22-year-old man from St Ives who is so used to having a stroke at work that he’ll just “sit down and wait until it’s passed” is unable to get treatment due to a lack of NHS funding.
Models paying homage to one of St Ives most recognisable symbols could be built on a roundabout if plans to secure funding are given the go ahead.
Some 60 willow trees have been harvested from a park in St Neots ready to be transformed into cricket bats.
The general election will be held on June 8, after MPs voted to support Theresa May’s motion earlier today.
Food retailer Budgens has announced it will be closing its store in St Ives.
Crews from Huntingdon and Papworth were called to a house in Wyton over the weekend after a gas main caught fire.
Ramsey Rural Museum is calling on the community to help replace thousands of pounds worth of stolen tools.
The Rotary Club of St Ives has raised more than £2,000 thanks to another successful charity pub quiz.
On May 4, people across the county will vote for the first mayor of the combined authority for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. But who will get your vote?
Jamaican reggae superstar Shaggy has been announced as one of this year’s headline acts at the Strawberries & Creem Festival, alongside the godfather of grime, Wiley.
Passers-by in Sawtry were treated to a spectacle of colour, as pupils from Kimble’s Day Nursery took part in a ‘Giant Wiggle’.
An application to build up to 30 houses on a football ground in St Ives has again been recommended for refusal by the town council.
The band JAMES are the latest act to join the Newmarket Nights summer season, hitting the stage on August 4.