Another big-name retailer has signed up for the long-awaited Chequers Court development in Huntingdon.
A construction company has built on its fundraising efforts by partnering up with Macmillan Cancer Support.
Promoting excellence was high on the agenda as businesses in St Neots and the surrounding villages came together for a special event.
Cambridgeshire police is asking people to think twice about calling its emergency numbers while it tries to deal with “exceptionally high numbers” of calls.
A Victorian-style glasshouse has been opened at Ramsey Walled Gardens in memory of the man who worked to renovate the garden.
The community of Little Paxton came together to enjoy a day of old fashioned entertainment.
There was fun for all the family at the St Thomas a Becket Church Fete held in Ramsey.
An inquest has been opened into the death of a man who was hit by a car as he tried to cross the road.
A pair of intrepid fundraisers are preparing to drive across Europe in a tuk tuk, which reaches a maximum speed of about 40 miles per hour.
A proposal to build a crematorium on green belt land between two Huntingdonshire villages has been submitted to Huntingdonshire District Council.
The owner of dog which had to be saved by firefighters after falling into the water at Hartford Marina has spoken of her distress at the incident.
A Ramsey man who was confronted after he filmed a teenager in a public toilet has been jailed.
Residents in St Neots joined forces with Freemasons in the town to collect clothes and other donations for those affected by the fire that destroyed Grenfell Tower, in London.
A man arrested on suspicion of making threats to kill after armed police were called a house in St Neots has been bailed.
A lack of affordable housing and an increasing demand for rental homes saw Huntingdonshire District Council’s bill to house homeless people in bed and breakfast accommodation rise to more than £400,000 last year.
Police and partner agencies targeted a range of motoring offences during an operation today (Tuesday).
Four fire crews rushed to tackle a blaze at a derelict building in Yaxely in a case of arson.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of making threats to kill after armed police were called to a house in St Neots last night (Monday).
Sawtry was awash with colour on Saturday as hundreds gathered to be part of the village’s 12th annual carnival.
Motoring enthusiasts were given the chance to admire a host of classic cars in the heart of Ramsey.
A move to change the procedure of Cambridgeshire County Council meetings has been branded a ploy to ‘stop freedom of speech’.
Substantial growth in business has prompted an award-winning marketing agency to move into new premises.
Plans to merge two of the county’s colleges have been given the backing of education officials in government.
A Warboys man who suffered a life-changing accident is to give back to a care home that helped him come to terms with his injuries.
A rental industry stalwart has been recognised for his dedication and contribution to the sector over a period of more than 50 years.
Jonathan Djanogly has been re-elected as the MP for Huntingdon but his majority was cut as Labour’s Dr Nik Johnson who increased the party’s share.
The polls have closed across Huntingdonshire and counting is underway to determine who will be declared the MP for Huntingdon.
A man has died following a collision near Wyton yesterday evening (Wednesday).
A police investigation into a complaint after a spat that broke out at an election hustings in St Ives – just days before voters were due to go to the polls – has found that no crime was committed.
An inquest into the death of zoo keeper Rosa King has been opened and adjourned.