More than 1,000 potholes are being plugged in Cambridgeshire’s roads each week, the county council has said.
A guided bus driver who was reading a time duty card and travelling at nearly double the recommended speed when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed, injuring five passengers, has been given a suspended prison sentence.
A convicted robber has been jailed for eight years after he was caught by DNA from his hat which he had left behind after the gunpoint hold-up of a shop in Buckden.
A preferred candidate for the post of Cambridgeshire’s Chief Constable has been named by police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite.
A former senior police officer has said it would not be practicable to instal crash barriers along miles of fen waterways after his wife was killed when her car left the car and ran into a drain.
Police are to step up town centre patrols across Cambridgeshire during the World Cup in a bid to crackdown on anti-social behaviour.
Alconbury has been named as the preferred choice for the relocation of Cambridgeshire County Council’s headquarters.
A farming partnership has been fined £400,000 following the death of an agricultural worker whose tractor and trailer crashed into a bridge on the A1 at Alconbury.
A driver from Whittlesey who was scarred for life in a road rage assault said his attacker “had the look of death” in his eyes as he hit him in the face.
Air passengers flying from Gatwick can now get trains directly to the airport from Huntingdon railway station.
Fens in Cambridgeshire remain a stronghold for the water vole which has seen a drop of nearly a third in the places it can be found over the past 10 years.
It may have taken many months to build, but it took engineers less than 24 hours to demolish the old bridge over the A1 linking Brampton to Grafham.
Detectives are continuing to appeal for anyone with information about the murder of Huntingdon man Sam Mechelewski to come forward.
The A1 at Brampton will be fully closed in both directions for part of the weekend to enable a redundant bridge to be demolished as part of the £1.5 billion upgrade of the A14.
Three men have been jailed for more than 20 years between them after a burglary in Ramsey led to a head on smash as they made off pursued by the police.
Police are investigating the death of a man whose body has been discovered at Hinchingbrooke Park.
Detectives investigating the murder of an elderly jeweller are appealing for local drivers who may have crucial dashcam evidence to come forward.
A driver was trapped in her car when the vehicle left the road and ran into a waterway, an inquest has heard.
Police have been taking part in a crackdown against drivers using mobile phones at the wheel- with the aid of an unmarked detection van equipped with cameras.
A new system of policing in Cambridgeshire - which will see the introduction of 50 extra police officers - has been agreed and will come into effect at the end of April.
Police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite wants to know how much residents are prepared to pay to fund Cambridgeshire’s police force.
Courageous leadership and “relentless” dedication to supporting children and families in crisis has led to Richard Morris becoming an MBE in the New Year Honours List.
A temporary plant making construction materials for the A14 upgrade will create 14 jobs in St Ives, the firm has said.
Police have warned householders to be on their guard against a spate of break-ins expected over the festive period.
A woman who died when her car left the road in Ramsey last night has been named as Madeleine Parnwell, 68, from Warboys.
Work on upgrading the A14 is “progressing well” as the £1.5-billion project marks the first anniversary of construction getting under way.
A driver accused of causing the deaths of two passengers in a crash near the Ramsey Forty Foot has been remanded in custody after an appearance at Peterborough Crown Court.
Huntingdonshire District Council’s former leader Cllr Robin Howe has stepped down as a deputy mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
Key rivers in the district are under of being “overrun” by the invasive plant floating pennywort, a boatyard operator has warned.