Firefighters rescued a calf from a river in Buckden.
Four people have been taken to hospital following a collision on the A14 near Huntingdon today (Friday).
The Chinese Bridge in Godmanchester is set to undergo refurbishment later this month.
A St Neots town councillor has launched a campaign to see the town have its own parliamentary constituency.
A rap video containing every Harry Potter spell has reached more than 100,000 views on YouTube, thanks to a recording studio in Huntingdon.
People all over Huntingdonshire are putting the kettle on and bake their best cakes for the world’s biggest coffee morning.
A chip shop in St Neots has been named as the best in the region.
Commuters are being urged to have their say on the train services which connect Huntingdonshire with London, described by some travellers as ‘appalling’.
Bradley Smith breezed to title glory by delivering his best performance to date in the biggest fight of his blossoming career.
Eynesbury Rovers roared into third place in the United Counties League Premier Division yesterday.
St Neots Town plunged into the Southern League Premier Division drop-zone after a fourth successive league defeat today.
St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke read his plyers the riot act after they slumped to their heaviest defeat for almost two years today.
Huntingdon Gymnastics Club prospect Tilly Allen has sampled national success.
The St Ives annual beer festival is barrelling forward and The Hunts Post has six pairs of tickets with beer vouchers to give away to the event that will mark the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare.
Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War (12) finds Steve Rogers leading the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity.
The St Neots Players present Jane Austen’s classic Sense and Sensibility next week.
Now in its fifteenth year, the annual Bridge the Gap event is returning to Cambridge this Sunday, guiding thousands of people on a walk round some of the city’s oldest buildings.
It may be a little while yet before Hallowe’en, but getting Cambridge ready for the night of fright will be Susan Hill’s eerie tale of The Woman in Black.