A court has been told that a lorry driver was looking at his phone before an accident near Huntingdon that killed a Cambridgeshire police officer.
A couple from Ramsey have issued a warning to people using gas canisters, after a Sunday night bonfire almost ended in tragedy.
Audacious thieves have struck a newsagents in Sawtry overnight using a JCB in an attempt to steal the store’s cash machine.
Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly has welcomed an announcement that Hinchingbrooke Hospital will retain its A&E department and maternity services under a proposed merger deal with Peterborough.
A unique vision to build a miniature railway on the site of a former pitch and putt course in St Neots has been put forward.
A St Neots man has raised hundreds of pounds for cancer research after completing gruelling 873-mile bike ride.
A double-glazing company based in St Neots has suffered £5,000 worth of damage, after a break-in which left the premises strewn with glass.
Corsets, curiosities and all things Victorian provided some educational entertainment on St Neots Market Square at the weekend.
Residents across Huntingdonshire are calling on the district and county councils to act to tackle an increasing number of overgrown grass verges which are making neighbourhoods look “a terrible mess”.
St Neots Town have appointed a new chairman.
Ramsey suffered a potentially costly defeat in their chase for the Tucker Gardner League Division One title yesterday.
More than 1,000 rowers are set to descend on St Neots this weekend for one of the largest annual regattas in the UK.
Boss Adie Cambridge insists there is no crisis at Godmanchester Rovers despite losing almost a full squad of players.
St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke has boosted his attacking options . . . by signing a player he coached as an eight-year old.
This is far and away the best production Cambridge Arts Theatre has staged this year and possibly the funniest and slickest in its 80-year history.
Author Ashley Jarrold examines the controversial subject of life after death in a fascinating new fictional book.
Glasgow-based five-piece band Imar will give an exclusive performance at the Cambridge University Botanic Gardens as a percussor to this year’s Cambridge Folk Festival.
Lines known the world-over will be performed at the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival (CSF) this summer, with the likes of Coriolanus, Henry V and A Comedy of Errors taking to the stage.
BFG (PG) An orphan named Sophie finds herself snatched away from the orphanage one morning by a friendly giant she names the BFG.