August 23 2014 Latest news:
More than 1,000 credit card numbers belonging to people in Huntingdonshire are available to buy on the internet, new data reveals.
Police are hunting arsonists who set fire to thatched roofs in Huntingdonshire villages in the early hours of this morning.
It’s not often you will hear the owner of a hairdressing salon say: “It’s only hair.”
The campaign to address the need for improvements to the A428 has taken a significant step forward after the congestion problems were recognised by the Government.
Tickets are close to selling out for the Little Gransden Air and Car Show at the weekend.
More than 10 new affordable homes have been opened in Huntingdon.
Picture perfect floral displays helped Barretts department store and the Barley Mow pub take the top slot in a competition.
When estate agent Simon Bradbury was persuaded to compete in an Olympic distance triathlon, he swore it would be a one-off – he would complete the challenge and return to his cigars and wine.
A new sergeant has joined the policing team at St Neots.
A home could have been gutted by flames if it were not for quick-acting firefighters, a station commander said.
Firefighters extinguished a crop fire near St Neots on Wednesday night (August 13).
Across the district, students have today (Thursday) been finding out whether they made the grade and achieved the A-level results they need to progress.
Here we round-up how our schools fared, as the results are revealed:
A second cat has been shot in Perry a month after the first was targeted – and both victims belong to the same family.
A group of patients complained about sub-standard care on a Hinchingbrooke ward just days after a mother-of-two received an apology from the Huntingdon hospital’s chief executive for failings on the same ward that left her fearing for her life.
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Huntingdonshire’s Commonwealth sports stars have returned home with a host of medals.