At last skate boarding and scooter fans in Wisbech will be able to enjoy a new facility - five years after hopes of new skate park were first raised.
One of Wisbech's most loved features - the fountain in St Peter's Garden - is to be replaced after vandals again struck causing major damage.
It is hoped work can begin this summer on creating a garden for a disabled March boy thanks to the generosity of fundraisers.
Two of the area's busiest roads are to be targeted in a crackdown in a speeding hotspots campaign over the next fortnight.
With record calls, a busy summer, new life-saving equipment and good inspection result, 2018 was a memorable year for Cambridgeshire Fire Service.
Citizens Advice Rural Cambs has won a grant to provide advice to people who need extra support with their energy bills, including the elderly.
More than £15,000 was spent on "paupers' funerals" in Fenland last year, as more families are unable or unwilling to cover the costs.
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Police have obtained a court order in a bid to safeguard potential victims against human trafficking after an investigation at a Fenland car wash.
Anglian Water is launching a new flushability standard for all wet wipes to combat blockages which are currently costing this region £15m a year.
Chatteris boxer Jordan Gill has scored the biggest win of his career to date by lifting the Commonwealth featherweight title in London tonight.
Fenland Running Club member Benji Carter and his daughter Jasmin travelled to Pisa, in Italy, to compete in his first overseas marathon.
Wisbech youngster Harrison Burrows received the perfect birthday present on Saturday by signing a pro contract with League One Peterborough United.
RUGBY: Wisbech 1st XV’s good start to 2019 ended with defeat at rivals Wymondham on Saturday in the Greene King London 3 Eastern Counties League.
Chatteris Town FC made it seven straight league victories.
Former England cricket star Derek Randall was the guest speaker at March Town Cricket Club’s 33rd annual dinner on Friday night.
March Town FC manager Brett Whaley says chances of promotion this season are now out of their hands, writes Dan Mason.
Harp and guitar were joined together in seasonal music matrimony at Long Sutton's Market House on Friday.
Harpist Maire Ni Chathasaigh and guitarist Chris Newman are bringing Celtic, jazz, bluegrass and baroque music to Long Sutton.
If you thought the North Pole was thousands of miles away then think again, as the magic of Christmas is much closer than that – Cambridge in fact.
The rendition of a dance classic has attracted plenty of attention online
The recently refurbished Wisbech Bandstand will be brought to musical life this summer thanks to a group of volunteers.
Delays expected to add ten minutes to commuter's journey