Drivers are warned to expect delays this morning (Friday) following an accident on the A14.
A grassroots community organisation has sprung up in St Neots to help provide aid and support for refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria and those caught up in the Calais ‘jungle’.
Police have issued a warning to people to be aware of door-to-door tradesmen who are presenting home owners with bills for thousands of pounds.
The Duke of Gloucester visited Huntingdon on Thursday as part of Hinchingbrooke School’s 450th anniversary celebrations.
A man who tried to attack his brother with a kitchen knife will appear before a judge to be sentenced at Peterborough Crown Court.
Residents living in homes around St Neots Railway Station are being urged to object to new “watered-down” proposals for parking restrictions.
Health officials have been accused of trying to make money out of vulnerable patients after it emerged that disabled visitors to Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon will now have to pay to use the main car park.
Firefighters had to use specialist equipment to help tackle a tree on fire.
Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly joined staff and supporters at Hinchingbrooke Hospital last Thursday to hear about progress on the new £2.4 million cancer centre.
A butcher from Huntingdon formed part of a three-man team which competed at the International Young Butcher Competition.
Free-scoring Godmanchester Rovers drawing a blank is the equivalent of a coupon-buster on the local football scene.
Youngsters and parents got creative on Sunday as they took part in the fifth Big Draw event at Hinchingbrooke Country Park.
Huntingdon saw defeat snatched from the jaws of victory in a grandstand finish at The Racecourse yesterday.
Andrew Ging fired Hemingfords to their first Kershaw Premier Division win of the season last Saturday.
Captain Helen Clarke reflected on a dream start after St Ives Ladies 1sts issued another emphatic statement of promotion intent last Saturday.
Hundreds of hopeful hounds lead their owners into Ramsey on Sunday for the second annual Ramsey Dog Club show.
Head coach Damien Whales hailed Huntingdon ‘points machine’ Dan Malem after he reached a major milestone last Saturday.
Hundreds flooded into the St Ives produce and flower show on Saturday to discover what the town has to offer.