The reshaping of children’s centres in South Cambs will go ahead after Cambridgeshire County councillors voted 31 to 22 in favour of the decision.
A self-funded family support charity which helps those in crisis in Royston and South Cambs have held their first Literary Lunch to help drum up cash on Tuesday.
The consultation into the Royston schools merger will open on Friday for the community to submit their views.
The family of a Royston man killed on the A505 after colliding with a lorry at the weekend have led heartfelt tributes to him, calling him “a born legend” who would help anyone.
There is lots going on in Royston and the surrounding villages to keep your youngsters busy all half term long.
A judge has ruled Melbourn Parish Council must publish the grievance report at the centre of a scandal related to the authority’s conduct, which saw a number of members resign in quick succession last year.
A Royston author who delved into the history of its landmarks and buildings has discovered that the stone the town was named after has no official protection.
Hundreds of visitors turned out last Thursday for the school’s latest open evening.
North East Herts MP Sir Oliver Heald has held a meeting with the chair of Royston Schools Academy Trust about the schools merger, ahead of more details of the move being announced next week.
A 14-year-old girl from Barkway has grown her hair out for a whole year to get 10 inches chopped off for good causes.
A ‘stand-up-sit-down’ comedian from Melbourn has raised cash towards his own new wheelchair, by organising comedy nights in Cambridge.
For those wanting a toe-tapping evening of entertainment in a grand setting, the Wimpole Estate has just the event.
Vandals have damaged a well-used Royston tennis court by pouring hot oil onto its surface.
Older people in Royston have enjoyed a special film showing of classic musical West Side Story at the Royston Picture Palace.
A family support charity is to benefit from funds raised after cover art from this year’s Royston Arts Festival was bought at auction by a parent of one of the children who helped design the piece.
Pupils at Studlands Rise First School have taken part in the National Fitness Day, co-ordinated by the health body ukactive.
Shoppers in Royston and the surrounding villages are a step closer to having two new supermarkets to choose from after planning permission was granted last week.
A group of three men and a boy have been arrested after a large haul of suspected class A drugs were found in Royston on Tuesday.
A Royston woman who organised her first Companion Dog Show in memory of her late husband said it was a “huge success”.
Melbourn Village College has been praised for their “innovative curriculum that meets the needs of students” after a short inspection by Ofsted.
Former Year 11s at Bassingbourn Village College have travelled to Kuala Lumpur where they worked with Burmese refugees, and trekked in the Cameron Highlands.
Students at Melbourn Village College marked have National Eye Health Week by raising money for Cam Sight, a charity which works with people living with low vision and blindness in Cambridgeshire.
South Cambs MP Heidi Allen has called for Boris Johnson to be sacked from his role in Government over comments made about Libya.
Community groups, businesses and households have been busy brewing up cash in Royston and surrounding villages for this year’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Children at Tannery Drift First School have been learning about harvest traditions in the UK as part of their harvest festival celebrations.
A10 Corridor Cycling campaigners have welcomed Royston Town Council’s £30,000 funding pledge toward a pedestrian and cycle bridge over the A505.
Arsonists threw a petrol bomb at a home in Royston last night, and police have now launched an appeal for witnesses to come forward.
The Royston community now have the benefit of the second life-saving defibrillator installed there in three months.
Parents of children affected by the Royston schools merger proposals packed into two meetings called ‘to help shape the new school’ – and many came away with more questions than answers.