Three people are being questioned by police following a raid in St Neots this morning (Tuesday).
An elderly woman was rescued from her home last night (Monday) following a fire in Somersham.
The chief constable of Cambridgeshire police has said patrols in the county will be stepped up in the wake of the terrorist attack in Manchester last night (Monday).
There are lengthy delays on the A14 near Hemingford Abbots after a collision on the eastbound carriageway.
Firefighters in St Neots welcomed hundreds of school children to their station for a week of safety talks.
The company behind a Neolithic-style burial chamber in Hail Weston has been awarded its first industry accolade from the Good Funeral Guide.
A new mayor has taken office in St Ives.
A fundraising football match held in memory of two Huntingdonshire friends who were described as “nice blokes” raised more than £1,000.
A man has suffered a life-changing leg injury after being involved in a crash with a car in Eaton Socon yesterday morning (Sunday).
Books were brought to life in St Ives at the weekend as the town welcomed the return of its annual children’s book festival.
Building work on a development of more than 80 new homes in Fenstanton has started.
The organisers of Huntingdon Carnival are appealing for youngsters interested in becoming carnival queen, princess or prince to come forward.
Senior staff at Hinchingbrooke Hospital presented prizes to the winners of Sawtry Village Academy’s art competition in the garden restaurant at the hospital.
Police believe two attempted burglaries which took place in Huntingdon this week may be linked and are appealing for homeowners to be vigilant.
A Hamerton man has been banned from driving for 18 months after being stopped by police while over the drug-drive limit.
The mayor of St Neots handed out the proceeds of his charity fund at the town council’s annual meeting on May 16.
The Cambridgeshire County Show is celebrating its 18th anniversary this year and The Hunts Post has 10 family tickets to give away.
Tributes have been paid to a “true unsung hero” and community stalwart who died in an incident in Warboys.
Work to repair the roof of St John the Baptist Church in Somersham has been completed thanks to thousands of pounds of grant funding.
A St Neots man was left frustrated after it took a housing provider more than two months to repair his “dangerous” garden wall, after it collapsed onto a footpath in high winds.
A lorry driver was rushed to hospital after his vehicle overturned on the A14 near Brampton this morning (Thursday).
Cambridgeshire County Council has purchased an office block in Huntingdon to add to its portfolio of properties and free up money for frontline services.
A St Ives couple have spoken to The Hunts Post about the tragic events surrounding the murder of their neighbour and friend Andrew Hasler and paid tribute to the man they describe as “kind and gentle”.
St Ives Park and Ride has been given a makeover, thanks to the hard work of dedicated volunteers and a little assistance from Mick George.
An 87-year-old man suffered a cardiac arrest before his car left the road and crashed into a tree in Old Weston, an inquest heard.
Visitors to the Porch Museum in Godmanchester were given an insight into Huntingdonshire’s rich history, courtesy of a special exhibition.
A St Neots councillor has warned of a plague of rats in the town if measures are not taken to control vermin on a housing estate.
A former midwife who celebrated her 106th birthday says the secret to long life could be her love of swimming.
A fire which left a Great Gransden couple homeless most likely started by sparks from the chimney of the thatched cottage.