Councillor tells of utter horror after falling victim to a completely false 'pack of lies' which saw him publicly ‘crucified’ by social media trolls.
Staff and residents at Lyncroft Care Home in Wisbech have been given a clean bill of health as tests for coronavirus have been completed.
A Manea family is among thousands across the UK celebrating after the Government announced it had struck a deal for a new 'wonder drug'.
Fenland District completely refutes 50 Backpacks’ "blatantly false claim".
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A fire at a bungalow on Saturday morning was accidental.
Firefighters tackled an accidental van fire yesterday (Monday).
An accidental blaze was extinguished by firefighters yesterday (Monday) before it spread to nearby cars.
Pupils at a Wisbech school say it is 'amazing and fun' but while leaders have made many changes for the better it still requires improvement.
Controversial plans for a specialist temporary building, which would have included a viewing platform, in the centre of Wisbech have now be shelved.
Former soldier Joshua Ryder has switched the military frontline for the medical kind to save lives
March Town have moved to sign former Downham striker Jack Frohawk.
Tennis club members are once again enjoying both playing for fun and in competition.
Featherweight Jordan Gill looks set to take part in one of the first boxing contests after the coronavirus lockdown.
March and Three Counties competed on the normal day of the Green Wheel Relay.
Runners have been virtually taming The Sutton Beast over the last few weeks.
March manager Arran Duke thinks his talented squad should be in the promotion places next season.
Club historian Gordon Smith looks back on the day the Fenmen were formed, 100 years ago this Monday.
In her fortnightly column, Lorena Hodgson of Red Barn Creative, talks about some exciting new projects.
Two students from Chatteris will be heading to prestigious arts schools to pursue their ambitions in acting, singing and dancing.
Aspiring Fenland artist Maggie Powell galvanised villagers into joining a lockdown project which has resulted in an art installation at the local pub.
Cambridgeshire County Council is looking for budding musicians to help spread joy and sunshine as part of its virtual school orchestra.
Here's a list of the many events called off because of coronavirus.
How to stay safe online and avoid falling for coronavirus scams
A pair of super slimmers have shed a combined total of 11 stone
Bodymode Running Club (Chatteris) were represented at the 39th Virgin London Marathon on Sunday by Roger Tolfree 72, from Mepal.
Delays expected to add ten minutes to commuter's journey