More rough sleepers will be helped off the streets and given the support they need in Fenland thanks to an extra £340,320 of funding.
A call to arms Wisbech people wanting to stop a 50 megawatt waste incinerator being built in the town has led to multiple campaigns being launched.
The public is being warned against scams which have seen seven people across Cambridgeshire lose almost £88,000 to courier fraud this month (January).
Two car loads of hare coursers found themselves the latest victims of the flooded Welney Wash Road today (Tuesday).
At about 8.13pm a blue Toyota GT86 came off the road and collided with a tree.
Fishing equipment and power tools have been stolen during a burglary in Outwell, near Wisbech.
Dozens of youngsters joined an unusual craft day at Wisbech and Fenland Museum at the weekend.
"His phone was hands free, but he is going to have to spend the rest of his life wondering if this distraction caused him to not see Mrs Cox."
Part of the A17 is closed following a six-car crash.
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Three players from LK Tennis Academy, Wisbech, took part in a grade 4 individual Orange Ball 9&U tournament at Grantham Tennis Club on Sunday.
March Town were held to a 1-1 draw by lowly Haverhill Borough tonight.
March Athletic Club’s Toni Alcaraz ran in the England Masters Qualifier half-marathon at Helsby, Cheshire, where she was first in her age category.
On a chilly but bright Sunday morning, 22 Fenland RC runners tackled the challenging Folksworth 15 course.
Cambs City 3rds 8 Wisbech Ladies 0 A Wisbech team missing eight regular players travelled to second in the league Cambs City.
St Ives 1 LSHC Men 2 Long Sutton travelled to St Ives, a place where they usually struggle.
Three Counties Running Club (TCRC) members took part in the ‘Tribe 10k for Love’ which was held in Long Sutton.
The newly formed Moonshot Performance Company presented The Last Tango in March recently at the Town Hall, Market Place, March.
A Blues band hopes to help get the bells ringing again at a church with a fundraising night on Saturday.
‘The Library presents. . .’ – a programme bringing high-class affordable arts to the libraries – is back.
Fenland Citizen editor Jeremy Ransome reviews the film nominated for 10 Oscars.
A band that's supported Chas and Dave, the Boomtown Rats and Pete Doherty are heading this way in April.
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