A St Neots family have been reunited with their ginger tom cat - four months after he went missing in a snow storm.
St Neots Golf Club has raised more than £12,000 for Alzheimer’s Research UK.
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A teenager who faces daily challenges due to a debilitating health condition was invited to spend a day at Huntingdon ambulance station.
A St Neots mum who is about to embark on her third childrens’ book is taking part in a competition to discover new business talent.
A St Neots couple have celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a special afternoon tea at The Hillings care home, in Eaton Socon.
A further 1,000 new homes are on the cards for St Neots - less than a month after nearly 3,000 more properties were approved for an adjacent site.
Two ambulances, and a rapid response vehicle were sent to the pub, in New Street, at 1.34pm.
A new bid is being made to reopen to traffic a long-closed road link in St Neots town centre.
Pupils from Crosshall Junior School met up with gymnast Louis Smith and professional golfer Hennie Goya during a school games event.
A new indoor swimming pool could be open to bathers in St Neots before the end of the year - with a splash park for youngsters on the cards for next year.
Two teenage boys had to be rescued by firefighters after they became trapped in a flooded area of the Riverside Park in St Neots on Monday afternoon.
Residents at a St Neots care home were able to test out a Magic Table aimed at encouraging physical and social activity for people living with dementia and severe leaning disabilities.
Huntingdonshire Volunteer Centre’s annual car scheme morning took place at the Medway Centre last Wednesday (March 28).
A group of Year 1 pupils from Crosshall Infant School took part in a medieval day as part of their topic work on castles.
Two friends from St Neots are holding their own Great British Bake Off-style event to raise money for charity.
While most people would be offended to be called a ‘loser’ one Eaton Socon woman is over the moon.
The Board of Trustees at the St Neots Learning Partnership (SNLP), which manages Longsands and Ernulf academies, has announced today (Wednesday) that both secondary schools will be joining a new trust.
Pupils from Crosshall Nursery School took part in an Easter bonnet parade.
An elderly woman has had more than £3,000 stolen from her bank account after her bank card was stolen in a supermarket in St Neots.
Work will start this summer on the Wintringham Park development which will bring nearly 3,000 new homes to St Neots and create up to 2,000 new jobs.
The swimming pool at One Leisure St Neots is set to close for refurbishment after being handed a grant for £300,000 from Huntingdonshire District Council.
Local musical and dramatic society, Vamps of St Neots, is presenting the hit West End and Broadway musical Avenue Q at the Priory Centre, St Neots, from April 12-14.
A well-known ticket office clerk worked his last shift today (Tuesday) after more than 40 years in the job.
Thousands of visitors flocked to the East Anglian Model Railway Exhibition at the weekend.
Air passengers flying from Gatwick can now get trains directly to the airport from Huntingdon railway station.
Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly paid a visit to Crosshall School, in Eaton Ford, this morning (Friday) to talk about his job.
A man who punched his girlfriend in the face with a knuckleduster and forced her to stay at home when he was out has been jailed.
The local sporting programme has been wiped out this weekend.
Children from across Huntingdonshire showcased their love for books by dressing up as their favourite book characters.
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