The demolition of a bridge which caused the A1 to be closed at Brampton over the weekend was completed more quickly than expected, with the road opening an hour ahead of schedule.
A man has been detained during an incident involving armed police at a house in Huntingdon.
Two people had to be released from the wreckage of their vehicles in separate incidents on Huntingdonshire’s roads.
A youngster from St Neots is attempting to raise money to allow him to volunteer in Costa Rica and Nicargua,
More than 80 people responded to an appeal to attend the funeral of a former serviceman from Great Gidding, who died without any family.
The Department for Education (DfE) has made public its concerns over the future management of Ernulf Academy - describing the standards and performance of pupils as “unacceptably low”.
This month marks 200 years since the death of James Toller who was known as the Eynesbury Giant.
Residents at the Nelson Lodge care home, in St Neots, were able to learn more about bird watching during a talk last week.
St Neots Town reached a Southern League Premier Division half-century last Saturday – and bettered their points tally from the last two seasons in the process.
St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke was left seething after his side threw away more precious Southern League Premier Division points.
Huntingdon Racecourse will stage the most valuable mares’ chase of the British jump racing season this week.
James Harris hit a hat-trick as St Ives 1sts continued their fine run of East Men’s League form in 2018.
Eynesbury Rovers manager Mark Ducket has vowed to clean up his act after being hit by a seven-game stadium ban.
This is an elegant production of an elegant play. It’s very funny and it’s very French. At around 90 minutes with no interval, Art by Yasmina Reza has three actors on stage the whole time and it’s quick fire debate.
Sam Kelly and the Lost Boys will be at the Cambridge Junction on March 5.
Frank Turner has announced details of his new tour ‘Be more Kind’.
When writer James Graham first offered National Theatre director Jeremy Herrin a play set in Parliament, Herrin said: “Have you got anything else?”
Twenty-two years after the original Robin Williams film comes the sequel to 1995’s Jumanji.