A man has died in hospital following a collision on the A14 at Leighton Bromswold last month.
Better signage is needed to stop HGVs speeding and driving through Huntingdonshire villages while work is carried out on the A14, councillors have said.
A preferred candidate for the post of Cambridgeshire’s Chief Constable has been named by police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite.
Hundreds of people gathered in St Ives at the weekend to enjoyed two days of fun at the annual carnival and music festival.
More than 20 pieces of artwork from Sawtry Village Academy have been selected to appear at the National Student’s Art Exhibition.
On day nine of the Chris West murder trial, the jury were told the man accused of killing him would not be giving evidence.
St Neots woman Von Howard is taking on the challenge of climbing to Everest Base Camp.
Cambridgeshire police are investigating two burglaries that took place in Abbotsley in the last week.
A cheque for £1,000 has been handed over to the Strong for Samson charity as part of St Neots Round Table’s cash grant give-away.
The jury in the Chris West murder trial were shown the knife used to inflict his fatal injuries.
St Neots Town manager Matt Clements is confident his latest signing can take a two-step leap in his stride.
Eaton Socon were beaten a set of Cambs & Hunts Premier League title rivals for the second successive game last Saturday.
Two Huntingdon BRJ Run & Tri talents have earned the right to represent the East in the Inter-Regional Championships.
The NR F1 Podcast reviews the 2018 British Formula 1 Grand Prix – won by Sebastian Vettel, thrown away by Lewis Hamilton and livened up by Kimi Raikkonen.
Huntingdon & District star Graham Hudson hit two centuries in as many days last weekend.
The 2018 UK Monster Truck Nationals event looks set to once again sell out in advance as the show celebrates its 10th anniversary.
After the surprise success of the original Deadpool two years ago, Ryan Reynolds brings the Merc with a mouth back to the big screen for Deadpool 2
Among the eccentrics at this year’s Cambridge Comedy Festival will be George Egg and his Anarchist DIY Chef show. He combines cooking and comedy to make a three course meal using power tools, office equipment and hair dressing appliances.
The Hunts Post has teamed up with the owners of Cambridgeshire’s newest water attraction to offer readers the chance to win some free tickets.
The Twisted Willow Theatre company presents a production called Alternate Slices at the Corpus Playroom, in Cambridge.