Huntingdonshire District Council has welcomed a planned electoral review by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England.
Arsonists set fire to a petrol station shop in Spaldwick in the early hours of Saturday.
Firefighters were called after a blaze broke out in a nature reserve on Saturday.
A baton-twirling team from Huntingdon has topped off a successful year of competition with Kerrin Gilbody from the troupe being crowned Miss UK Federation of Majorettes Deputy.
Staff at a pre-school have welcomed the opening of a new space for the children.
Being able to recall obscure facts and knowledge proved to be a winning formula for St Neots man Kris Griffiths who won a share of the jackpot on the TV show Pointless which aired last Thursday.
The mother of a disabled teenager from St Neots is appealing to the public to help her raise the money to buy a new powered wheelchair.
Skateboarders in St Neots are appealing to the public for help after discovering their ramp at the Riverside Park has become so damaged that it is now unusable.
The eastern region’s premier housing provider has been shortlisted for two prestigious national awards.
Traditional Fish and Chips in St Neots has been shortlisted as one of the top chippies in the UK in the 2016 National Fish and Chip Awards.
Internet users are being warned to be aware of anything that looks too good to be true.
Just Cards in St Ives has been named the best card shop in East Anglia.
St Ives Town Council says JD Wetherespoon’s plan to open a new pub would make the town “less attractive” to shoppers.
Not many people can say that they have completed over 180 marathons and 200 half marathons.
One local team boosted their promotion hopes by denting those of another in a Saturday showdown.
Godmanchester captain Matt Pateman insists the Tucker Gardner League Division One title race is far from over despite his side sampling success in the biggest game of the season so far.
St Neots Rowing Club’s 150th Anniversary Regatta proved to be a roaring success – thanks to 1,500 rowers taking part in almost 500 races.
With two world records, 56,500 miles and 71 countries over six continents Huntingdon born Rhys Lawrey has become the youngest person to go around the world on a motorbike.
Gardening enthusiasts and novices were invited to learn about the craft and display their work at the Ramsey Horticultural Society Show.
A slice of Covent Garden came to Huntingdon town centre at the weekend with a top Tanzanian acrobatic troupe showing off their skills.
This year’s Buckfest was the most successful in the event’s five-year history, according to organisers.
Students and staff at Hinchingbrooke School came together to celebrate the school’s 450th anniversary.
Huntingdonshire escaped the worst of the rain overnight as thunderstorms swept through Cambridgeshire.
With the new academic year fast approaching, Huntingdonshire Regional College can help you to progress your career with a range of part-time adult courses.