Middlefield Primary Academy, in St Neots, has received a Royal Horticultural Society School gardening award.
A St Neots engineering and Construction Company is set to raise money for mental health charity.
Nearly 550 people have signed a petition calling for the opening of a link through a Huntingdon business park to create a second exit from the Hinchingbrooke area.
A jockey has been taken to Addenbrooke’s hospital with a head injury after a “horrible” fall at Huntingdon last night.
Three more businesses are confirmed to be moving in to the new Chequers Court shopping development in Huntingdon.
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.
All things Fenland were celebrated in Ramsey on Sunday as residents flocked to the Grand Fen Fair.
Royal wedding fever swept Huntingdonshire on Saturday as communities came together to celebrate the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
A motorist suffered neck injuries after a car crashed into a ditch near Perry on Sunday.
A former Hinchingbrooke School pupil made it through to the grand final of the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition.
Train operator Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has apologised to passengers whose journeys were disrupted after the introduction of huge changes to services.
Work is set to start on the second stage of a £27m upgrade of the banks of a giant floodwater storage area near Earith.
A new report that provides a breakdown of information about the household appliances that are most likely to start fires in the home has been published.
Great British Bake-Off fever hit Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service headquarters in Huntingdon, with more than £200 raised for charity.
Disabled sailors at Grafham Water will benefit from the use of a boat left to them by pioneering disability sailor Judi Figgures.
Fraud at a Sawtry school run by “sex dungeon” head James Stewart is believed to have taken place while it was still under the control of Cambridgeshire County Council, a report has said.
MAGPAS air ambulance has been regarded as “Outstanding practise with no areas of improvement” by the Care Quality Commission, following a crucial inspection of the Charity Magpas Air Ambulance.
A blaze which destroyed a caravan and spread to a house and vehicles in Great Paxton early this morning (Friday) is no longer being treated as arson, police have said.
A cake was cut the markHilton Methodist Church has celebrated 150 year of worship, by putting on an exhibition.
A school’s work in increasing the levels of walking, cycling and sustainable transport used by pupils has led to a national award.
The mayor of St Ives Councillor Tim Drye was elected at last nights mayor making.
New mayor of Huntingdon Cllr Sarah Gifford wants to put the town’s motto “from good to better” to use during her term in office.
A Community Roadwatch group has been successful after they have had various traffic calming measures installed in Ramsey Forty Foot.
A St Neots family are encouraging people to host a bake sale to raise vital funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
A visually impaired schoolboy described as “inspirational” by his mum has been selected for the trip of a lifetime.
A man found in possession of extreme and indecent images has been given a community order.
The mayor of Ramsey, Councillor Doug McIlwain, has spoken about his plans for the town after he was re-elected for a second term.
Police are appealing to the public for help in tracing two prisoners who have escaped from Hollesley Bay prison, in Suffolk, one of which has connections to St Neots.
A cat was rescued by Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue service after getting stuck behind a boiler.