Huntingdon-based Magpas Air Ambulance received an unusual charity donation earlier this month.
Firefighters have tackled a blaze in a house at Kimbolton.
A Royal Marine who is believed to be the first ashore when his Commando unit landed in Normandy on D-Day has been presented with a top French award.
An elderly woman has had more than £3,000 stolen from her bank account after her bank card was stolen in a supermarket in St Neots.
The Hunts Post joined Cambridgeshire police today (Tuesday) as officers carried out raids in support of an operation cracking down on drug dealers from London.
A new charity shop has opened on the Market Square in St Neots.
Murder victim Sam Mechelewski died from a stab wound to the neck, an inquest has heard.
Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly performed the official opening ceremony at the new Vision Express store based in Tesco in St Neots.
Work will start this summer on the Wintringham Park development which will bring nearly 3,000 new homes to St Neots and create up to 2,000 new jobs.
Historian Stuart Orme, new curator at the Cromwell Museum in Huntingdon, has had a rare chance to discover whether Oliver Cromwell was a true roundhead or not - by examining his hat.
A soldier based at RAF Wyton will be running this year’s London Marathon in a suit of armour as part of a world-record breaking attempt.
A fire in a car at Waresley this morning was arson, firefighters have said.
The Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, James Palmer, has added his support to the A47 Alliance Campaign to upgrade the key route through the north of East Anglia.
Around 1,200 people turned up for a tipple to help the Huntingdonshire branch of the Campaign for Real Ale celebrate its 50th Booze on the Ouse beer festival.
A rare contagion window was uncovered at a chapel in Ramsey earlier this month.
A team of volunteer firefighters whose job it was to help tackle fires caused by nuclear bombs if the Cold War turned hot are marking the 50th anniversary of their organisation being disbanded.
Photos of an extraordinary array of recovered stolen goods have been released by Cambridgeshire Police.
Childline fears victims are suffering in silence amid figures that show there were 144 calls about hate crime committed against children in Cambridgeshire.
A “large number” of schools across Cambridgeshire received bomb threats this morning (March 19).
The Royal Oak pub in Hail Weston is teaming up with a music store to offer fans the chance to value their record collections on Wednesday (March 21).
Much-needed refurbishment works to King’s Ripton Village Hall have been carried out thanks to thousands of pounds worth of grant funding.
An investigation has been launched in a bid to track down a “local landmark” that was stolen from Ramsey Forty Foot.
The Met Office has issued warnings of snow and ice across the East of England this weekend.
Drivers are facing huge delays and heavy congestion around Cambridgeshire after a multi-vehicle crash on the westbound carriageway of the A14.
A man was seriously injured after his car crashed into a tree near Winwick last night (March 15).
A bike recycling project which helps people with learning difficulties prepare for work has been presented with more than 100 abandoned cycles by the social landlord Cross Keys Homes.
Posters have been put up across Huntingdon as the search continues to find Sam Mechelewski’s killer.
A man who thought he was meeting a teenage girl he had been grooming online found himself being arrested instead, a court has heard.
A Fenstanton fundraiser collected thousands of pounds for charity by hosting an auction.
An annual charity ball has raised thousands of pounds for Macmillan’s Woodlands Centre appeal.