September 30 2014 Latest news:
A car was set alight in Huntingdon last night (Sunday).
A man was described as “mildly hypothermic” after being in the River Great Ouse at Huntingdon yesterday (Sunday).
Plans for a new school in Godmanchester are moving forward after a potential sponsor was chosen to run the facility.
With one royal visit successfully carried out, Huntingdon’s mayor wants more of the same.
Police are urging shoppers to be vigilant after thieves stole seven purses from handbags in town centres across Huntingdonshire.
A Huntingdon business has secured a £13.5million contract with Hitachi.
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 at the Burgess Hall on October 9-11.
The countdown has begun to the finals of this year’s Linx Young People of the Year competition and another two Huntingdonshire youngsters will be in running at the county-wide awards.
A mouthwatering derby tonight (Wednesday) pits in-form sides from different leagues and different sides of the Great Ouse together, when Huntingdon Town host Godmanchester Rovers in the Hunts Senior Cup.