A man threatened two men with a knife after walking in the middle of a Wisbech road and forcing their car to swerve around him.
Councillors have given the go ahead for a major anaerobic digester plant on the outskirts of March despite a member's concern over safety of cyclists.
The employment rate in Fenland has increased over the past year, as the Government hails record highs across the UK.
A total of £4.36 million is to be spent trying to encourage more people into Fenland churches under a new project launched by the Diocese of Ely.
Residents are being asked what they think of changes to Wisbech Market Place/town centre scheme which would see it largely pedestrianised.
A report into vital transport infrastructure schemes for Cambridgeshire has found projects could be completed years earlier.
A couple from Walsoken enjoyed celebrating their 73rd wedding anniversary with a romantic meal for two.
A long awaited scheme to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety at Norwood Road Bridge in March started on Monday (July 23).
Police have named a 10-year-old boy who sadly died in a collision in Weasenham Lane, Wisbech.
40 plants found during search operation
Hudson indoor bowls team at Wisbech are looking for new members to join the club.
Wimblington Under-13s hit 197 for no loss of wickets off 20 overs against Chatteris U13s.
It was a Tuesday night (July 17) to forget for the Lilies as last they were well and truly put to the sword at West Street, writes Dan Mason.
Wisbech Tennis Club are hosting four days of activities during the summer holidays.
There was a good turnout for the annual Fenland Rods “Rover” event held on the Damson Lake at Decoy on Saturday.
The final round of the King of the Fens series saw teams lining the banks of the Middle Level Drain at the weekend on a blistering hot and sunny day.
Fenland Running Club were out in force at the Outlaw Holkham Half Ironman representing the club in the Triathlon, 10K and 2.5K Dash Fun Run.
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.