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Planning to travel in the next few days, check out the Highways Agency’s list of roadworks in the East of England

A 20-year-old motorist was found to be five times over the drug drive limit after leading police on a high-speed pursuit through Huntingdonshire.

Brampton
Sam and Alyssa Newland, Hannah and Louise Potter, Debbie Townsend, Ian Jackson, and Nathan Potter.

Youngsters being treated at Hinchingbrooke Hospital were in for a sweet surprise on August 24, when more than 700 chocolate bars were delivered to Holly Ward.

Hinchingbrooke Hospital
Rebecca Durham from St Neots, appealing for chickenpox vaccination

After losing her daughter at nine-months-old to chickenpox, Rebecca Durham has joined a campaign for all children to be given a vaccination to fight the infectious disease.

US Federal Reserve

Police have issued a reminder to check home security, after reports of a distraction burglary in Kimbolton yesterday evening (August 25).

Cambridgeshire Police

St Neots News

Fri, 12:00
Rebecca Durham from St Neots, appealing for chickenpox vaccination

After losing her daughter at nine-months-old to chickenpox, Rebecca Durham has joined a campaign for all children to be given a vaccination to fight the infectious disease.

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Hinchingbrooke School students Grace Redwood, Alex Laycock, Charlie Leggett and Chloe Drewery

Students across Huntingdonshire collected their GCSE exam results on Thursday

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New St Neots Town Development Manager Katie Williams,

St Neots Town Council has appointed a new town development manager to raise the profile of the town.

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Poppyfields, Eynesbury,

A woman who was found dead at Poppyfields care home in Eynesbury has been named by police.

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A woman who went on a stealing spree to feed a drug habit has been handed a three-month prison sentence.

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Business News

Mon, 10:54
St Neots
St Neots new business woman Sarah Stones.

Setting up a new business can be a daunting and exhausting process, but for St Neots woman Sarah Stones it has proved to be a cathartic experience.

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Thu, 09:30
Hinchingbrooke School students Grace Redwood, Alex Laycock, Charlie Leggett and Chloe Drewery

Students across Huntingdonshire collected their GCSE exam results on Thursday

Ramsey Forties weekend, (l-r) Juan Parker, and Michael Downes, from Leicester 1940's Play Time

Thousands of people were transported back in time on Saturday and Sunday as Wood Lane Camp in Ramsey hosted its annual 1940s weekend.

Ramsey
BOSH Wild West Family Fun Day, at Ramsey Cricket Club, Liam milking a cow

Youngsters travelled back to the golden age of cowboys late last month and took part in an alternative sports day.

Ramsey
St Ives players celebrate a Nikhil Kumpukkal wicket against Huntingdon & District. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

St Ives snatched a dramatic derby victory to move to within touching distance of promotion in Tucker Gardner League Division Two.

Matt Duncan
Students at Kimbolton School celebrate their results.

Teenagers across the district collected their A Level exam results today (Thursday)

Kimbolton
Huntingdon Carnival 2016, (l-r) Stephen McGee, Frank McGurk, and Julie McGee

Hundreds of people helped bring the samba spirit from Rio to Huntingdon on Saturday at the first carnival to take place in the town for 14 years.

Huntingdon
Paul Richardson of Huntingdon Town FC on the ball against Kirby Muxloe yesterday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Summer signing Craig Smith bagged a late brace to earn Eynesbury Rovers a first United Counties League Premier Division win of the season yesterday.

All Saints Church, Huntingdon, renovation,

Refurbishment work at All Saints’ Church in Huntingdon is on track to be complete by next month.

Huntingdon
Street entertainer AJ James, in Huntingdon,

Escapologist and street entertainer AJ James was wowing crowds in Huntingdon on Saturday as part of fun day hosted in the town.

Huntingdon

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Dick Turpin

Tributes have been paid to a former councillor who has been described as “a gentleman” following his death.

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