The trust that runs Peterborough City, Hinchingbrooke and Stamford and Rutland hospitals has successfully installed a major new computer system which stores detailed information on all patients.
An outline business case is being prepared for the Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro, with £3million made available on July 31 to undertake the work.
A person has been hit by a train on the Great Northern line between Peterborough and London this morning (Friday).
A teenage boy has been charged following the stabbing of an 18-year-old man in Cambourne at the weekend.
The new Bishop of Huntingdon was officially announced today (Tuesday) and the post-holder is to be the first female bishop in East Anglia.
A woman who crashed her car and produced a forged driving licence told officers she never completed the UK driving test because it was too hard for her.
Seven miles of new lanes on the A1 were officially opened to traffic today (Monday).
Members of the public are being invited to have a look at what's been happening behind the scenes of the A14 Huntingdon to Cambridge upgrade.
Two county lines drug dealers are today behind bars after being convicted of supplying class A drugs in Huntingdon.
A public consultation is due to end on plans to change a stretch of the new A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon into a motorway.
Racing at Huntingdon has been cancelled today (Thursday) amid an outbreak of equine influenza.
These incredible aerial photographs show the dramatically changing landscape around Huntingdon as work on the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon bypass progresses.
Talented young fighters from Cambridgeshire Constabulary Amateur Boxing Club (CAMPOL) were in action at a dinner show held in St Ives.
Experts working on Highways England's £1.5 billion upgrade of the A14 in Cambridgeshire have uncovered what is believed to be evidence of the first beer brewed in the UK.
The two men accused of murdering Sam Mechelewski in Hinchingbrooke Country Park have today (Monday) been found guilty.
A French lorry driver who used CS gas on a fellow HGV driver during a disagreement in Huntingdon has been fined £1,000 by magistrates.
A jury has been told that both men accused of murdering Sam Mechelewski in Huntingdon were 'in it together' and had been lying to the court.
One of the men accused of murdering Sam Mechelewski claims he was threatened with a knife by a co-defendant.
A two-week-old baby suffered a "catastrophic brain injury" after being attacked by a Staffordshire bull terrier at the family home in Yaxley, an inquest has heard.
Ambulance bosses have thanked staff, volunteers and patients for the hard work of frontline teams and using NHS services wisely over the Christmas period.
A local business has donated £2,000 to Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue after being "touched" by their Elton John Christmas video.
One of the men accused of murdering Sam Mechelewski in Hinchingbrooke Country Park disposed of his belongings following his death, a court heard.
A man accused of murdering Sam Mechelewski in a Huntingdon park checked into a hotel just hours after the death is believed to have occurred, a court heard.
Work is under way to boost the reliability of power supplies for homes and businesses across Cambridgeshire - in what has been described as one of the region's "biggest electricity infrastructure investments" for many years.
Residents in Ely could be forgiven for reaching for the central heating controls this month as figures reveal it is among England's chilliest cities.
The A14 between junctions 27 (Fenstanton) and 29 (Bar Hill) in Cambridgeshire has opened 20 hours earlier than scheduled following demolition of a bridge.
Drivers and cyclists in the east of the region will benefit from better roads, thanks to a £54.7 million investment in repairs, the roads minister has announced.
Almost four tonnes of pottery has been discovered by archaeologists during excavations on the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme.
The remains of a woolly mammoth and a woolly rhino have been discovered evacuating the new A14 Huntingdon to Cambridge roads project.
There is strong opposition to proposals to stop blind and partially sighted people getting free or reduced bus tickets, with claims the move will make people "prisoners in their own homes".