Work has started on the construction of a new community primary school at Wyton-on-the-Hill.
A key road through Godmanchester will be closed to through traffic tonight (Wednesday, January 17) while engineers from Anglian Water repair a damaged water main.
A list of Cambridgeshire’s most popular baby names from the past year has been released.
The Environment Agency is looking into ways of reviving flood protection schemes for the Alconburys as a result of changes to the ways such projects are funded.
Police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite wants to know how much residents are prepared to pay to fund Cambridgeshire’s police force.
A bike recycling project in Huntingdon is creating work opportunities for people with learning disabilities - as well as free bikes for less fortunate members of the community.
Schools across Cambridgeshire are collectively saving £600,000 per year after joining an innovative energy programme – and more are being urged to sign up.
Councillors have given the green light to the location for a new foot and cycle bridge for St Neots.
An inquest is set to open shortly into the death of disgraced publicist Max Clifford who died after being taken ill at Littlehey prison where he was serving an eight year sentence for sex offences.
A sponsor has been confirmed for a new special school which is set to be built in Huntingdonshire.
Work to repair more than 40 miles of drought damaged roads in Cambridgeshire will start this month.
A Level Three cold weather alert has been issued for Cambridgeshire tonight.
A new working of Lewis Carroll’s classic story of Alice in Wonderland which explores mental health issues is being performed at Ramsey Library on December 4 and St Neots Library the following day.
A temporary reprieve that will keep two bus routes linking Huntingdonshire villages with the district’s market towns running has been granted by Cambridgeshire County Council.
The official sponsor of a new primary school due to open in St Neots next year has been announced today (Wednesday).
Huntingdon Town Council has agreed to fund the replacement of four street lights in the town that were taken out following a county-wide review.
Two mothers have praised a Huntingdon school and its staff after it was branded a “shambles” by another parent.
Plans to demolish and rebuild a primary school in order to cope with rising pressures on pupil places has been approved councillors this week.
Infrastructure in Huntingdonshire is “grinding to a halt” because planning permission is being granted in the wrong areas, a senior councillor has said.
Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly paid a visit to a solar carport company that has opened an office in Fenstanton.
A school in Huntingdon where the governors have been replaced is expected to be under the control of a temporary board for under a year.
Children’s centres in St Neots are an “investment for the future”, a councillor has said.
The number of children’s centres across the Huntingdonshire district are set to be cut by Cambridgeshire County Council after a major shake-up of services.
There is strong public support for a new foot and cycle bridge over the River Great Ouse in St Neots, a new report has revealed.
Guided busway passengers have been warned of stop closures while repairs take place in the Orchard Park area of Cambridge during the half-term break.
Tackling speeding is one of the biggest issues facing Ramsey, according to the mayor of the town.
A ground-breaking ceremony took place on land adjacent to Eaton Socon Pre-School on Wednesday to mark the site of a new building.
A £37.5 million shortfall in funding means Cambridgeshire County Council is looking to “transform” the way it works to save cash.
Now the authority, which runs the market, is looking for more traders to take part.
A community rallied around to help a pre-school which was devastated by a flood in the summer to re-open its doors in time for the start of the new term.