A perverted retired company director from March, convicted of historic child sex acts over decades, has been given a 19-year jail sentence.
The summer heatwave has seen Cambridgeshire’s firefighters face a significant increase in fires.
Fenland care home, Askham Village Community, says its partnership scheme with local GPs is so successful, it should be rolled out nationwide.
Pupils at Wisbech Grammar School are celebrating a 99 per cent A-Level pass rate.
Students at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris have continued to perform at the highest levels in this year’s A-levels.
Ninety-nine per cent of students at he College of West Anglia passed their A-levels this year with 78 per cent achieving A* to C grades.
"Give and take" and "helping each other" is the recipe for a long and happy marriage according to March couple Derek and Jane Money.
An open day next weekend (25) will show case 10 new flats built by a local charitable trust for older people in Wisbech.
A health worker from Wisbech has been praised after leaping into action to save a woman’s life while shopping in a local supermarket.
Around a £1,000 has been raised so far towards a sensory garden for a severely disabled March boy.
Wisbech lady vet, Becky Murley, was first lady in the CC Breckland Open 12 hour TT with an excellent distance of 257 miles.
A warm Wednesday evening saw husband and wife Three Counties Running Club members Mark and Anne-Marie Mattless travel to Coltishall.
March Town Ladies hosted a mini 11-a-side tournament with Park and Isleham on Sunday.
It was a very busy week for Tydd Gote Angling Club – they ran several matches and their annual Junior Fun Day was a real treat for the youngsters.
In preparation for the European Championships, the men’s Team GB Goalball team have been attending training camps in March.
Last Tuesday and Thursday, Wisbech Tennis Club held summer holiday activities at their courts near the Hudson Leisure Centre off Harecroft Road.
Saturday at home to Frickley Athletic sees Wisbech Town FC enter uncharted territory, which boss Gary Setchell thinks will be an exciting challenge.
The recently refurbished Wisbech Bandstand will be brought to musical life this summer thanks to a group of volunteers.
This weekend sees the 62nd annual Manea Gala with a host of fun promised for all the family.
A huge community portrait featuring the outlines of more than 10,000 people has begun a year-long tour of Wisbech.
Sunshine brought out the crowds for the annual Wisbech Rose Fair on Saturday but a little football match 3,500 miles away slightly affect on numbers.