A new 12-mile bypass to the south of Huntingdon has opened to traffic.
A dumped former Brexit Party candidate is set to take the party to court over a £600 bill for money he spent preparing to contest a seat in the forthcoming general election.
A man who assaulted police officers after being found in possession of a knife has been jailed.
With just weeks to go before a major section of the upgraded A14 is opened, the Hunts Post brings you a bird's eye view of key features of the new road before it is inundated with traffic.
An outline business case is being prepared for the Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro, with £3million made available on July 31 to undertake the work.
A burglar who stole hundreds of pounds worth of equipment from a recycling centre was brought to justice thanks to his distinctive red shoes.
Ely got a break from lorry and van drivers going under the bridge by the rail station but police were still kept busy with cars driving along the guided bus way.
One of Britain's oldest working theatres - the Angles at Wisbech - is facing a financial crisis because a pantomime prop got lost in transit.
The leader of the Eccentric Party of Great Britain, Lord Toby Jug, is offering a reward to the person who can reunite him with his famous leopard skin jacket after he left it on a train.
A robber who sped off through Wentworth after a ram raid was traced through DNA on his homemade balaclava.
Ely Archers managed to collect a total of 18 medals and three trophies at the annual Jolly Archers competition at St Ives on Sunday February 10.
A large haulage lorry was photographed after it crashed while driving on Cambridgeshire's guided busway .
Talented young fighters from Cambridgeshire Constabulary Amateur Boxing Club (CAMPOL) were in action at a dinner show held in St Ives.
Barclays Bank branches in Whittlesey and Chatteris are set to close in four months following a decline in users, bosses have confirmed.
Protesters "carrying a coffin while following the grim reaper" will march against plans to create a new irrigation reservoir in Haddenham - which could see an extra 150 lorries travel through Earith every day leading to its "death".
Large numbers turned out to support the Ely for Europe campaign group as they joined a national day of action on Saturday to keep the UK as part of the EU.