A proposal for more than 290 houses in Sawtry will be “a burden on infrastructure”, according to a councillor.
Dozens of Zumba lovers braved the cold and rain last weekend to raise funds for charity.
Plans for more than 100 homes on the site of the former forensic laboratory in Huntingdon have been refused – despite a last minute push from council officers.
A woman who was freed from her car following a collision near St Neots last night (Wednesday) is said to be in a ‘serious by stable condition’.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service has more work to do to recruit women and minority groups into its vacant firefighter roles.
A driver has sustained head injuries after being involved in a collision near Fen Drayton in the early hours of this morning (Wednesday).
Morrisons has been given the green light to build a supermarket in St Ives.
Plans for a multi-million pound redevelop-ment of the Commemoration Hall in Huntingdon will be unveiled to the public next month.
An animal rescue charity is appealing for information after a dog was abandoned and left tied to a fence in Cambridgeshire.
A community stalwart – who was instrumental in the building of the indoors bowls club in Huntingdon – has celebrated his 100th birthday.
A petition to save Waitrose in Huntingdon from closure has been backed by more than 700 people, who are all calling for talks to begin with the shop’s landlords.
Huntingdonshire Society for the Blind has been given a boost thanks to shoppers and staff at a Huntingdon supermarket.
An 18-year-old who kicked a man whilst he was on the floor during a fight in Huntingdon has been ordered to complete 50 hours of unpaid work.
Cambridgeshire police dealt with an extra 85 offences per week last year as crime levels in the county increased by more than nine per cent, according to Government
The owner of a swingers’ club in Alconbury has lost a high court bid to keep the doors of the venue open.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority has increased its share of the council tax bill by almost two per cent – despite calls from members to rethink planned vehicle changes.
Hundreds of people attended a spud-tacular event in Huntingdon to celebrate the humble potato.
Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault in St Neots on Saturday (February 11).
A residents’ association is calling for action to be taken to tackle problem parking in Huntingdon after years of “empty promises” by local authorities.
After raising thousands of pounds for charities across Huntingdonshire, a popular annual run that has spurred on novices and enthusiasts alike to don their trainers is set to take a break.
The Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership has welcomed a multi-million pound fund to help create jobs and support businesses.
A St Neots estate agency has completed a series of challenges to help fundraise for the Macmillan Woodlands Centre.
Supermarket chain Waitrose has announced it is proposing to close its Huntingdon branch in the autumn.
The UK’s largest coffee chain has partnered with an Alconbury Weald-based business to turn its coffee grounds into a heat supply as part of an innovative process.
Huntingdon Town Council members have voted to give themselves new electronic tablets – costing hundreds of pounds – in an attempt to save money.
A man has been arrested in connection with a theft of a car which had a 10-month-old baby inside.
A leading packaging manufacturer has announced a multi-million pound investment, which is set to transform its Cambridgeshire sites.
Employees at a construction company in Huntingdon welcomed an NHS Blood and Transplant team as part of a drive to encourage more people to become donors.
The much-loved Little Gransden Air and Car Show is appealing for volunteers to “pitch-in” to help the event that has raised more than £350,000 for Children in Need.
Campaigners in Ramsey Mereside are celebrating after traffic calming measures were finally installed along a stretch of road in the town.