A man has died in hospital following a collision on the A14 at Leighton Bromswold last month.
Better signage is needed to stop HGVs speeding and driving through Huntingdonshire villages while work is carried out on the A14, councillors have said.
A preferred candidate for the post of Cambridgeshire’s Chief Constable has been named by police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite.
Hundreds of people gathered in St Ives at the weekend to enjoyed two days of fun at the annual carnival and music festival.
Two men from London, who preyed on a drug user by utilising her Huntingdon home to sell drugs, have been jailed.
A man who attempted two robberies before threatening to “pull a gun” on a police officer in Huntingdon has been jailed for three years.
A Sawtry firm which supplies parts to a Formula One racing team was keeping a keen eye on the British Grand Prix last weekend.
A public consultation has been launched to give residents a say on a plan to build up to 1,000 homes in Stukeley.
The Church of All Saints in St Ives held its first ever beer festival.
Cambridgeshire schools are in need of better funding as subjects are withdrawn and there are fears children with special educational needs could suffer the most.
A chef has been awarded the Freedom of the City of London for his contribution to culinary excellence in the hospitality industry.
On day nine of the Chris West murder trial, the jury were told the man accused of killing him would not be giving evidence.
US President Donald Trump made a swift exit from Stansted Airport after flying in this afternoon (Thursday) for the start of his UK tour.
St Neots woman Von Howard is taking on the challenge of climbing to Everest Base Camp.
The winners of the annual St Ives in Bloom garden competition were announced on July 5.
Cambridgeshire police are investigating two burglaries that took place in Abbotsley in the last week.
A Ramsey charity has launched a public appeal after they had more than £700 worth of electrical goods are stolen.
A cheque for £1,000 has been handed over to the Strong for Samson charity as part of St Neots Round Table’s cash grant give-away.
An elderly woman has been left shaken after a robbery in which she was pulled to the ground by a man and had her handbag snatched in Huntingdon.
A public consultation has been launched on plans for hundreds of new houses to be built in Buckden.
Cambridgeshire’s coroners are coming under increasing pressure as they struggle with a backlog of historical cases.
A new chief executive for Hinchingbrooke Hospital has been announced.
A family has been left devastated by a burglary in which irreplaceable jewellery with enormous sentimental value was taken.
ore than 7,000 speeding motorists have been clocked going through roadworks on the A14 and the A1 since the beginning of the year - leading to a plea from Cambridgeshire’s police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite not to put lives at risk.
A road near Ramsey will be closed for up to six weeks while work to repair drought damage is carried out.
England’s unexpected progress in the World Cup - and the equally unexpected spell of hot weather - combined to hit visitor numbers at Godmanchester’s annual carnival and gala day.
St Ives bus station has seen some improvements after Huntingdonshire District Council worked with St Ives in Bloom, the Norris Museum, Carers Trust and Spring Common Academy to upgrade the facilities.
The jury in the Chris West murder trial were shown the knife used to inflict his fatal injuries.
The winner of the Innovation of the Year award winner is expecting 2018 to be a record year for exports.
Councillor Phillip Pope decided to end his term as mayor of St Ives by completing a sponsored weight loss, which saw him shed six stone in just nine weeks.