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1 hr ago | Cambridge Evening News
Maybe he was thinking of his family back home or quite how he managed to find himself in Hemingford Grey.
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6 hrs ago | SFGate
As they head out of town for their eight-city European tour, Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony have been giving the locals a little taste of the tour repertoire, as is traditional.
10 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News
A search was launched after the occupants of the Mercedes ran off in the aftermath in the crash in Histon Road, Cottenham, at 3pm yesterday.
14 hrs ago | Harborough Today
A former priest and religious education teacher who used to live in the Harborough district has gone on trial charged with sexually abusing young girls.
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CafA© Carrington's, in The Cloisters, announced this week that it would transform the first floor of its premises into a delicatessen specialising in local produce - from cheeses to meats and preserves.
Five dog finalists in Green Park, London at a photocall for the Crufts 2014. As this year's finalists line-up to do their owners proud, they'll be hoping to emulate some of their doggy ancestors at the show.
A teenager who "could not find his niche" in life died after jumping off a bridge in St Neots last year.
A former leader of East Cambridgeshire District Council has resigned over "disquiet" surrounding proposals to reorganise the authority and possibly axe 23 posts.
A petition with more than 100 signatures to stop the demolition of an 18th Century town centre building has been presented to Fenland District Council.
Staff at a Fenland college ditched their traditional attire and let their imaginations run wild when they dressed up as their favourite literary characters.
At 6pm, two crews from Wisbech were called to a fire on Nettle Bank, where they found a temporary building alight between two barns.
The breathtaking sights and sounds of The Big Apple were experienced by 90 Fenland students who enjoyed a trip of a lifetime to New York City.
One crew from Huntingdon and one crew from St Neots were called to Belle Isle Crescent at 8.30am.
Composite of library files of the famous intelligence 'whistle blowers' Harold "Kim" Philby, Peter Wright, Guy Burgess Sarah Tisdall, Clive Ponting and Donald Maclean.
"CAPT. JOHN SMITH GOES TO UKRAINE" has been extended through Friday, March 14 at 7:30 PM at La MaMa E.T.C. Original run: February 27-March 9, 2014.
A council tax rise and increased parking charges are on the way as two district councils continue to come to terms with the economic recession.