Pedestrians’ lives would have been put at risk if a plan to leave gates blocking Huntingdon town centre to traffic had been left open permanently, a leading councillor has warned.
Regeneration of the town centre will be one of the issues new mayor of St Neots, Councillor Barry Chapman, wants to tackle during his term in office.
A former senior police officer has said it would not be practicable to instal crash barriers along miles of fen waterways after his wife was killed when her car left the car and ran into a drain.
Sidney the cygnet is getting used to swanning about in a boat after being rescued from a near certain death at a boatyard St Ives.
Disgraced publicist Max Clifford died from heart disease, a preliminary inquest hearing in Huntingdon has been told.
A controversial upgrade for an historic church has been given the go-ahead - despite fears by planners that it would damage the Grade II* listed building.
Police are to step up town centre patrols across Cambridgeshire during the World Cup in a bid to crackdown on anti-social behaviour.
Schools and roads would not be able to cope if a scheme to build homes on land at Little Paxton is given the go-ahead, the mayor of St Neots, Cllr Barry Chapman, has warned.
Huntingdon’s community will come together on Saturday (June 9) for the town’s annual Riverside Gala.
Massive problems with rail services at Huntingdon and St Neots stations are “totally unacceptable” MP Jonathan Djanogly has said.
Firefighters have extinguished a blaze involving three sheds at Needingworth.
Rail passengers from Huntingdon and St Neots stations are fuming at the continuing disruption to journeys to London a fortnight after massive overhaul of timetables.
A fire in a shipping container in Ramsey early this morning (Friday) was arson, firefighters have said.
Bride Victoria Clark faced wedding day disappointment when the church where the ceremony was to take place had its tower wrapped in scaffolding for essential repairs.
The hunt is on for a new Chief Constable for Cambridgeshire following the announcement by Alec Wood that he will to retire from the post in September.
A bank has been given the go-ahead to strip out the fittings in its branch in St Ives, which is set to close in June.
A year-long delay in dualling the A428 between Caxton Gibbet and the A1 is “not acceptable”, James Palmer, the mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, has said.
Armed police are dealing with an incident in St Ives following reports of violence early this morning.
A new sensory room for youngsters in the children’s ward at Hinchingbrooke Hospital has been opened.
The manager of a takeaway in Huntingdon has been served up a bill of more than £6,000 after being convicted of food hygiene offences.
Huntingdon town centre rang with the sounds of a military band and troops marching after the Princess Of Wales’s Royal Regiment was granted the Freedom of the Town.
Campaigners battling plans for a £16 million waste burning plant at Warboys landfill site have warned objectors that the time to make their views known is running out.
Nearly 550 people have signed a petition calling for the opening of a link through a Huntingdon business park to create a second exit from the Hinchingbrooke area.
Three more businesses are confirmed to be moving in to the new Chequers Court shopping development in Huntingdon.
Train operator Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has apologised to passengers whose journeys were disrupted after the introduction of huge changes to services.
Work is set to start on the second stage of a £27m upgrade of the banks of a giant floodwater storage area near Earith.
Disabled sailors at Grafham Water will benefit from the use of a boat left to them by pioneering disability sailor Judi Figgures.
Fraud at a Sawtry school run by “sex dungeon” head James Stewart is believed to have taken place while it was still under the control of Cambridgeshire County Council, a report has said.
A blaze which destroyed a caravan and spread to a house and vehicles in Great Paxton early this morning (Friday) is no longer being treated as arson, police have said.