The mayor of Cambridgeshire’s combined authority has denied pushing for a power grab amid accusations he is behaving like a “tin pot Donald Trump”.
Boat owners in Cambridgeshire are being urged to make sure their vessels are properly registered after an increase in the amount of people being fined.
A new sensory room for youngsters in the children’s ward at Hinchingbrooke Hospital has been opened.
A local youngster is trying to raise money after being selected for the European Dragon Boat Championship’s.
The manager of a takeaway in Huntingdon has been served up a bill of more than £6,000 after being convicted of food hygiene offences.
A new independent food and drink shop has opened its doors in Cross Keys Mews, in St Neots.
Middlefield Primary Academy, in St Neots, has received a Royal Horticultural Society School gardening award.
A St Neots engineering and Construction Company is set to raise money for mental health charity.
Eaton Socon and Godmanchester Town both extended their winning starts to the Cambs & Hunts Premier League season with impressive Whiting & Partners Division One victories yesterday.
Jimmy Brattan has revealed three major reasons were behind his decision to resign as Huntingdon Town manager.
Captain Navid Ahmed believes Huntingdon & District’s wait for a first win of the Cambs & Hunts Premier League season will end sooner rather than later.
Jimmy Brattan has dramatically resigned as Huntingdon Town manager - less than 24 hours after they contested a cup final.
Eaton Socon Reserves enjoyed a successful end to an era – by completing a terrific cup treble for the club.
The twelfth annual Cambridge Comedy Festival returns to the city with 34 shows from some of the world’s finest comedy performers.
This summer’s Big Weekend and Cambridge Mela takes place on Parker’s Piece, from July 13-15.
It’s time to board the Millennium Falcon and take a journey to a galaxy far, far away in Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Brighton folk-punk band - The Levellers - will embark on a UK headline tour in June which includes a stop-off at the Cambridge Corn Exchange.
The Offord Players (TOPS) are in rehearsal for their next production Busybody, which will be staged in June.