A man has been arrested in St Neots and is being questioned by police after reports of a man seen in the street with an axe.
Sports Day has been cancelled at a school in Eaton Socon and parents have been asked to collect their children after reports of a man seen in the street with an axe.
Long-term roadworks on the A14 near Huntingdon are due to move into a second phase next week, with more closures planned.
Huntingdonshire District Council says it is working to move on a group of travellers who have set up camp near a retail park in Huntingdon.
Traffic came to a standstill on the A141 on Thursday after a lorry carrying straw shed its load onto a roundabout.
College student Keiran Clemmence is set to return to his former school, Godmanchester Primary, to become an apprentice teaching assistant.
An artist from St Neots has been highly commended for her work at the Wildlife Artist of the Year Awards.
Burglars posing as council workers targeted a house in Little Paxton.
Staff from Huntingdon-based Anglian Water braved the sunshine and showers to volunteer for charity at Glastonbury music festival.
St Ives Town Council says it has “extensive reasons” for objecting to Wetherspoon’s plan to open a new pub in the town.
A man in his 20s from the St Neots area has been arrested on suspicion of possessing an air-weapon in a public place after an incident in Eaton Socon this morning.
Anyone with a disability who would like to take part in sport is invited to a festival dedicated to opening up sporting opportunities.
Burglars stole a cheque book in a raid on a house in Little Raveley.
Huntingdonshire District Council is to consider plans to share IT, legal and building control services with two other councils in a bid to make more than £1million worth of savings a year.
A 14-year-old boy from Huntingdon has become the first person in Huntingdonshire to be made the subject of a Criminal Behavioural Order, or CBO.
Police are appealing for information after thieves broke into two businesses in St Neots town centre and stole four charity boxes.
Two by-elections will be held in St Neots next month after an administrative error led to two newly-appointed town councillors being disqualified.
Eight people were trapped in a club for more than an hour after a marauding fox confronted them in the car park.
Malcolm Watson, 58, is so dedicated to his highly modified Harley-Davidson motorcycle – which bagged top honours at a custom bike show in St Ives on Sunday, June 21 – that he sold his flat in Huntingdon to finance the project.
Fifteen firefighters were sent to tackle a blaze in Offord Cluny yesterday (Monday) afternoon.
People have been advised to stay out of the heat as temperatures across the East of England are predicted to top 30 deg C.
Police have asked for people to be on the lookout for signs of human trafficking in Cambridgeshire.
Stepping Stones Day Nursery in St Ives has just received an Outstanding Ofsted grading after its recent inspection.
An exhibition of work by one of the country’s leading bird artists of the 1800s is being held at the home of art dealer Peter Johnson.
A hand-drawn funeral hearse that dates back to the 1800s has been fully restored and is on display at the Co-operative Funeral Directors in Huntingdon – and could be available for ceremonies.
A plan to install a state-of-the-art water screw in Eaton Socon that could generate enough electricity for 40 homes has been described as “unacceptable” by neighbours.
St Ives Youth Theatre has been chosen by the Royal National Theatre in London to open the Connections Festival next month with a piece called Follow, Follow.
Hundreds turned out to watch the parades and enjoy the entertainment at Somersham’s 39th annual carnival day.
An IT technician who took up running after he suffered a heart attack is taking part in a 24-hour relay race in aid of the Macmillan Woodlands Appeal at Hinchingbrooke Hospital.