Huntingdon BRJ Run & Tri star David Hudson delivered a scorching performance in the hottest London Marathon on record on Sunday.
A father and son from Hartford raised thousands of pounds for the Rainforest Foundation UK (RFUK) after completing the London Marathon on Sunday.
It’s all change at Waresley.
According to an online study by Research Without Boarders, we East Anglians are the second biggest coffee drinkers in the UK, second only to residents in the South West.
Friedrich Schiller’s Mary Stuart opens at the Cambridge Arts Theatre on April 23.
Thousands of potholes across the region will be repaired by Highways England in the next few weeks following damaged caused by the Beast from the East.
Hunts AC starlet Ayo Opaleye had double cause for celebration last weekend.
Mayor James Palmer met with Brexit Minister Suella Fernandes to discuss the best possible outcome for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough when Britain leaves the European Union.
The Basin Street Brawlers will bring their beautiful melodies and racous rags to Bluntisham Village Hall on April 27.
Members of the St Neots TimeBank finally managed to celebrate their sixth anniversary on March 17 after heavy snow forced them to cancel an earlier event.
Archaeological finds along the route of the upgraded A14 will help to rewrite thousands of years of Huntingdonshire’s history.
A ceremony to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force has taken place in Huntingdon with servicemen and women on parade and veterans in the crowd which gathered to watch.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a series of threats which were e-mailed to schools across Huntingdonshire.
A new charity shop has opened on the Market Square in St Neots.
Arguably the greatest female singer to have emerged from Ireland in recent times, Mary Coughlan is performing in Cambridge in April.
Huntingdonshire’s branch of the Campaign for Real Ale is set to hold its 50th Booze on the Ouse beer and cider festival at the Priory Centre in St Neots.
White Hart dominated the Huntingdonshire Indoor Finals last weekend.
On average there are about 25,000 winter deaths in England each year.
Lisa Halls, from Fenstanton, is hosting a string of events to raise funds for Children with Cancer UK, a charity that helps support youngsters with the condition.
An artic lorry, transporting washing machines, caught fire on the A1(M) North Bound at around 03:50 this morning (March 7) – bringing all lanes to a standstill.
Huntingdon potter Luke Gilbert was denied European glory in a final-frame decider.
Mike Gays is bidding to blast his way to world glory this week.
A slice of martial arts history was made in Huntingdonshire recently.
The body responsible for 102 GP practices across Cambridgeshire is under fire from MP and health minister Steve Barclay after reporting a tripling of its previously agreed annual deficit to £48.2million.
Multi award winning Scottish singer Emily Smith and New Zealand born songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jamie McClennan are appearing at the Cambridge Junction on April 17.
Charity fundraiser Shirley Chapman is hoping that her latest event will take her closer to her target of £10,000 for Kidney Cancer UK.
Forecasters are warning residents to expect more snow throughout today (Tuesday) as a slow-moving weather system makes its way across the region.
The Skelton siblings combined to land the big-race spoils at Huntingdon last Thursday.
A series of captivating black and white photographs have been released to mark the centenary of what is now known as the Royal Papworth Hospital.
After several appearances at the Cambridge Folk Festival in recent years, The Proclaimers have announced they will be performing at the Cambridge Corn Exchange in October.
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