October 30 2014 Latest news:
Three community groups and charities have been shortlisted for a DIY SOS-style makeover.
Police officers were “hired” to protect a private business when travellers broke into a nearby derelict factory.
With Hallowe’en just around the corner, reporter JONATHON FERRARI has been uncovering the skeletons and gathering the ghouls to find the five most haunted places in Huntingdonshire.
It may already have a store in the centre of St Neots, but Lidl is hoping to grab a larger share of the area’s grocery spend through plans to build a second supermarket at Eaton Socon – close to a site being eyed by its rivals.
When Brittains started life in St Neots, King Edward VII was on the throne, US army engineers had just begun work on the Panama Canal, and Henry Ford had set a record by pushing a car to its limits, reaching a top speed of 91mph.
Angry residents have joined together in a campaign to “scare off” the inconsiderate drivers who litter their roads with cars.
She cut her teeth as a Hunts Post columnist in the mid-90s, before making her name interviewing major players in the music industry.
It began with the simple ambition to knit a cardigan as a gift for his sister ... and just over a year later it has grown into a way to make a living.
A cyclist was taken to hospital following a collision with a car on the B1428 in St Neots this afternoon (Friday).
Firefighters tackled a car fire after an arson attack in Eaton Socon.
Three men have been jailed for almost three years each for drugs offences.
These images capture the scene when travellers forced their way into a derelict site in Eaton Socon.
A St Neots man is calling for more cycle parking in the town – and he wants suggestions from Hunts Post readers for where it should go.
Harry O’Driscoll who slept in a tent for a year to raise funds for the Huntingdon Gymnastics Club extension has been named Cambridgeshire’s junior young person of the year.
St Neots has once again being put forward as a potential location for massive housing expansion – this time by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.
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Peel brothers Adam and Sam scored two tries apiece as the Saints ran riot.