EOGB Energy Products said goodbye to long-serving staff member Phil Playle this week after almost 20 years of service.
People living and working in St Neots can give themselves a huge pat on the back this week after the town was named as the “defibrillator capital of the East of England” by the ambulance service.
An industrial unit in Godmanchester caught fire this morning (Wednesday).
An elderly St Neots man with serious health problems has been living in his car with his three dogs since he became homeless in March.
A St Neots hairdresser has released a single and is now working on producing material for a new album.
Kimbolton School’s 2015 GCSE results rank among the best in its history.
At Longsands Academy, 99 per cent of the school’s 284 Year 11 pupils achieved at least one GCSE or equivalent grade with 96 per cent gaining five A*-G grades.
Godmanchester Rovers are preparing for the latest chapter in a big cup rivalry tomorrow (Saturday).