Officers investigating an assault on a 15-year-old boy in Yaxley on Monday evening (August 14) have made an arrest.
Teenagers across the district collected their A-level exam results today (Thursday)
Stay-at-home parents could boost the numbers in Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service’s on-call ranks.
A Fenstanton hairdresser has been overwhelmed by the support she has received since deciding to shave her hair for charity.
Students of a performing arts school based in Huntingdon were in fine voice as they recorded their very own album.
Visitors to this year’s Dragon Boat Race in St Neots can expect a host of family entertainment as well as the traditional water-based activities.
An organisation that supplies mobility aids to people in and around St Neots insists it is committed to the town despite fears from volunteers that plans are under way for its closure.
A family are appealing for help in tracing an “irreplaceable” photo album they believe was lost in Eaton Ford.
A group of peace campaigners organised a vigil to remember those who died from the effects of atom bombs dropped on Nagaski and Hiroshima in Japan.
A petition has been launched to put pressure on the district council to make a compulsory purchase of the Old Falcon Hotel in St Neots.
The mayor of St Ives was on hand to officially open the doors to the newly-refurbished Golden Lion.
Huntingdon-based housing association Luminus has begun talks over a proposed merger with another provider – following the departure of its chief executive and a damning government report.
New boss Ollie Drake admitted a first success as Godmanchester Rovers manager provided a ‘great feeling’.
Godmanchester Running Club will be going a lot more than the extra mile to raise funds for a charity dear to members.