The Friends Against Scams training, is part of the #Scamaware campaign to make people in Cambridgeshire more aware of possible scams.
Nearly 550 people have signed a petition calling for the opening of a link through a Huntingdon business park to create a second exit from the Hinchingbrooke area.
Fraud at a Sawtry school run by “sex dungeon” head James Stewart is believed to have taken place while it was still under the control of Cambridgeshire County Council, a report has said.
A school’s work in increasing the levels of walking, cycling and sustainable transport used by pupils has led to a national award.
Alconbury has been named as the preferred choice for the relocation of Cambridgeshire County Council’s headquarters.
Alconbury Weald is set to become the new home for Cambridgeshire County Council’s headquarters.
County council leader Steve Count has apologised for the pothole crisis that hit Cambridgeshire and said “we could have and should have done better”.
Staff at Cambridgeshire County Council’s Scott House offices in Huntingdon town centre had to be evacuated this afternoon (Thursday) when a fire broke out in the roof of the building.
A record-breaking number of potholes have been reported to Cambridgeshire County Council this year.
Leaders at Huntingdon Primary School have brought about “significant improvements” to the quality of teaching, its latest Ofsted report has said.
The percentage of children who were offered a place at their first preference primary school in Cambridgeshire has increased, according to the county council.
Desperate parents of youngsters with Special Educational Needs (SEN) fear their children be left without a school to go to in September because of a shortage of places in local special schools.
Police in Cambridgeshire launched a week of action against speeding drivers with a special session with the local volunteer Speedwatch team in Brampton.
Cambridgeshire will need to find thousands more school places in the coming years, according to national figures.
Archaeological finds along the route of the upgraded A14 will help to rewrite thousands of years of Huntingdonshire’s history.
Drivers have been warned that the Harrison Way bridge on St Ives bypass will be closed in both directions during much of the Bank Holiday weekend to enable emergency repairs to be carried out.
Ramsey, Warboys and Somersham are to share in £4million-worth of Government funding to improve fibre networks in the area.
The grand opening of the Buttons and Bows Pre-School in Sawtry has taken place.
Ernulf Academy has been recognised for its “passionate drive” to improve standards and performance, in two glowing reports.
A bike recycling project which helps people with learning difficulties prepare for work has been presented with more than 100 abandoned cycles by the social landlord Cross Keys Homes.
A new waste recycling facility on a former golf course near Hemingford could include a huge processing building covering nearly a quarter of the site, metal salvage and overnight parking for up to 85 lorries, it has emerged.
A decision to scrap planned increases to some social care charges for vulnerable adults has been welcomed by the county’s health watchdog.
A school which was once in special measures is celebrating after it was rated “good” and its sixth form “outstanding” in its latest Ofsted inspection.
A plan to pay families to provide accommodation for NHS patients who have been discharged from hospital is being considered by the local authority - despite widespread criticism of the scheme.
Abbey College, Ramsey is “winning over the hearts and minds of parents” according to a new inspection report.
Residents in Alconbury are calling for police to do more after it was revealed that a recycling centre in the village was broken into more than 50 times last year.
Householders in Huntingdonshire will be paying more than £1,750 in council tax for the average Band D property next year.
The Department for Education (DfE) has made public its concerns over the future management of Ernulf Academy - describing the standards and performance of pupils as “unacceptably low”.
Roads in the Ramsey area which have been damaged by “extreme” weather conditions are being given high priority in a repair scheme being carried out by Cambridgeshire County Council.
This is how the new Wyton-on-the-Hill primary school will look when it is finished.