The police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire is to recommend a former police officer for the vacant post of deputy.
A health trust in Cambridgeshire has refuted suggestions that hundreds of children have been ‘rejected’ mental health treatment in the county.
The mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has joined colleagues in calling for the government to increase the pace and scale of devolution.
A new deputy mayor for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has been appointed following the resignation of Huntingdonshire’s Robin Howe.
A knife amnesty in Cambridgeshire has led to nearly 100 bladed items, including swords and machetes, being handed in to the police.
Huntingdonshire District Council’s former leader Cllr Robin Howe has stepped down as a deputy mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
Salvage Hunters, the popular television show, is heading to Cambridgeshire to record a special edition of the programme.
More than £7.5million was spent by Cambridgeshire County Council repairing potholes across the county last year, new figures have revealed.
Firefighters have warned householders to be vigilant over bogus claims that fitting solar panels could stop fire crews tackling a blaze.
More than a quarter of Year 6 pupils in Cambridgeshire are overweight or obese, according to figures released by Public Health England (PHE).
An amnesty bin for knives is being put out at Huntingdon police station as the Cambridgeshire force joins a national campaign against knife crime.
Young people need more flexible and creative solutions to give them the information and support they need to stay mentally well, according to a new report.
Asking for a lift home, a family dispute about who owns a dog and a gambling machine not paying out are just some of the inappropriate reasons people have contacted police in Cambridgeshire.
A £37.5 million shortfall in funding means Cambridgeshire County Council is looking to “transform” the way it works to save cash.
The Hunts Post has teamed up with CAMRA to give away six pairs of tickets and some drinks vouchers for next month’s Booze on the Ouse Festival.
The county council has produced a summary of the work they do with young people and social care to argue for increased Government support.
The RSPCA is looking for animal lovers to join their ‘army’ of wildlife casualty volunteers.
Armed police officers across Cambridgeshire will be equipped with body-worn video cameras from today (Monday).
Cambridgeshire County Council is calling on the government to give schools a fairer deal on education spending, ahead of further consultation on
a national funding formula this month.
A leading Huntingdonshire businessman has called for urgent reform to ensure that a government-backed enterprise partnership avoids becoming an ‘old boys’ club’.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service is encouraging women and people from black and minority ethnic groups to have a go at firefighting activities as part of a myth busting event.
A programme of performances and workshops is taking place in libraries across Cambridgeshire this autumn.
A controversial proposal to suspend IVF treatment for couples in Cambridgeshire was confirmed by a health body, despite thousands of people signing a petition against the plan.
The NSPCC has revealed that it refers an average of five reports of child neglect every week to police and social services in Cambridgeshire.
Motorcyclists are being reminded to take their safety seriously as part of a week-long national motorbike campaign.
Rural crime cost Cambridgeshire more than £1.6million last year, according to a report released by the National Farmers Union (NFU).
A new cinema screening event in St Ives launched to an enthusiastic full house at the St Ives Corn Exchange earlier this month.
The East of England Ambulance Service (EEAST) believes a new system for answering 999 calls could help save hundreds of lives every year.
Carers Trust Cambridgeshire has launched a Carers at Work scheme to reduce stress and sick leave for family carers who juggle their caring responsibilities while holding down a job.
Long-term unemployed, disabled and elderly people in Cambridgeshire will be helped into work in the health and care sector as part of a multi-million pound project.