26 August 2020
This year's digital Open Cambridge will show six films about some of the stranger stories of old in Mill Road
07 May 2020
Special services, a new play written by Cambridgeshire students and the national VE Day events planned for Friday (May 8)
30 December 2019
Stained glass windows depicting scenes from the First World War have been rededicated in a ceremony at a Cambridgeshire village church
20 December 2019
Tales of magic and murder are revealed in historical records of Cambridgeshire witch trials in a research project by the Cambridge University Library.
15 November 2019
Matthew Corbett’s original TV Sooty Mobile has been unearthed from a garage after 20 years of gathering dust
07 November 2019
Campaigners trying to save the market square’s cobbles are celebrating after they managed to win the stone setts listed status
26 September 2019
A digitised version of the diary by Sir James Wordie will be available in the autumn
29 August 2019
Three talented Cambridge artists also unleash a nod to 90s pop culture nostalgia
17 August 2019
Fordham's James Withers was mentioned in the same breath as Burns and Byron but went from rags to riches and back again
21 July 2019
Wonderful photos form part of the archive that will be preserved
19 July 2019
Spitfires also take to the skies over Cambridgeshire
17 May 2019
The county council's historic Shire Hall headquarters is set to be developed by firm behind Cambridge North station area and CB1 site.
22 February 2019
Three of the crew who perished when their B-17 Flying Fortress came down are interred at the cemetery
05 July 2018
To mark the NHS’s birthday, we’re looking at how Cambridge University Hospitals – incorporating Addenbrooke’s and The Rosie – developed over the decades.
01 February 2018
Millicent Fawcett is to become the first woman to be celebrated with a statue in Parliament Square, 100 years after legislation granting the vote to (some) women received Royal Assent. Dr GILLIAN SUTHERLAND, of Newnham College, explains more about Millicent's impact.
02 November 2017
The Officers’ Mess is a thriving Mantle Business Centre that offers a fascinating window into its history.
18 May 2017
The largest project of its kind in Britain will culminate over the bank holiday weekend when almost 4,000 photographs are placed on gravestones at the Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial at Madingley.
12 January 2017
Joseph Hempsall simply disappeared and now so has his grave
14 December 2016
It has been a long-held tradition to tell ghost stories at Christmas time, especially in Cambridge.
06 October 2016
New exhibition hopes for PYEoneering Cambridge Electronics company