A St Neots man was in the cockpit as the restoration work on a piece of aviation history took a major step forward.
Generations of firefighters returned to Huntingdon Fire Station on Friday (February 20) to mark its 50th anniversary. Hywel Barrett spoke to one of the first crews to operate at the Hartford Road station.
A former police chaplain has been jailed for 15 months after he pleaded guilty to possessing indecent images of children.
Two Huntingdonshire companies have received recognition from one of the UK’s leading small business champions.
Firefighters had to free a casualty following an accident involving two vehicles yesterday (Thursday) morning.
We are surrounded by water in Huntingdonshire so it’s no surprise The Hunts Post 2015 Photo Competition is awash with pictures featuring the wet stuff.
England boxing champion Tommy Martin dropped in on his former school to help inspire its current crop of students.
An ambitious £1 million project that could help save the lives of people who have suffered a cardiac arrest has been unveiled by The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST).
Fuming Eynesbury chief Martin Field read the riot act to his Rovers players following an ‘embarrassing’ result and performance on Saturday.
Ian Edge’s baptism of managerial fire has continued in the past few days.
St Neots Saints extended their magnificent 100 per cent record in Midlands Division Four East (South) to 12 games – but their latest success came complete with a warning from their coach.
Godmanchester Rovers go into a top-of-the-table showdown on Saturday in the knowledge that they must win to keep the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division title race alive.
Huntingdonshire heroine Charlotte Edwards has celebrated a magnificent sporting milestone.
Until Saturday (February 28).
Get ready to twirl your umbrellas as legendary Hollywood musical Singin’ in the Rain comes to Huntingdon.
Richard Gere checks in with the A-list cast for the continuing adventures of elderly Britons in an Indian retirement hotel.
The sound of 19th century Austria will fill the church when musicians perform at an evening dedicated to composer Johann Strauss.
It’s all aboard for the East Anglian Model Railway Exhibition at Wood Green Animal Shelter, Godmanchester.