August 2 2014 Latest news:
The Hunts Post today launches a campaign to show support for Waterstones in St Neots and encourage the company to retain its status as Huntingdonshire’s only dedicated book shop and open a new store in the town.
A cyclist is in a critical condition after she was involved in a crash with a people carrier in St Neots.
Firefighters tackled a car fire after an arson attack in Eynesbury.
It was a prank that ruffled feathers across St Neots – a sign suggesting that the town could become only the second in the country to open a branch of a controversial restaurant chain.
CCTV images have been released of a man British Transport Police (BTP) want to speak to in connection with a report of indecent exposure on a train in St Neots.
A pilot escaped serious injury as two gliders crashed above Little Paxton on Saturday.
More than 1,000 new homes will be built in St Neots after Huntingdonshire District Council gave the development the green light.
It was the terrifying experience of being knocked off her bike with her toddler on the back which inspired a crossing patrol officer to devote almost 25 years of service to a St Neots school.
A baby girl with serious health problems is doing her bit to raise money and awareness for a good cause close to her family’s heart by wearing odd socks for a week.
Daredevil teddy bears took a leap from the tower as part of a family fun day at St Mary the Virgin Church, St Neots.
A bird hide at a nature reserve near St Neots was set on fire this morning.
A 450-strong group of St Neots residents have kick-started a social media campaign to try to ensure they have their say about what leisure facilities are built in the town.
The end of the world may not be nigh and a zombie apocalypse may not seem possible, but a St Neots business has launched the first dedicated shop in the UK to meet demand of those preparing for such and other (realistic) catastrophes.
More than 30 businesses showed themselves off in St Neots yesterday (Tuesday).
The face of St Neots is set to change as a long-standing shop closes its doors and a major chain earmarks the town for one of its supermarkets.
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There was one glaring omission when the draw for the FA Cup was published.
Dan Keatings has won gold in the Commonwealth Games pommel horse final, beating fellow Huntingdon gymnast third-placed Louis Smith.