The owners of a town sweet shop have had to put up signs asking customers not to be rude.
Two men who attacked another with a glass brick have been jailed.
A woman is appealing for the return of treasured items belonging to her late father and grandfather which were stolen from her home on Christmas Day.
A Wisbech man who ignored an order not to contact his 'child' girlfriend has been placed on the Sex Offenders Register.
Maipop Farm Butchery had mouse droppings over food products and packaging during a visit by environmental health officers.
A football player's car was damaged either during or after a match on Saturday.
Police have confirmed the case against a senior NHS worker accused of impersonating a police officer has been dropped.
Two shoplifting friends threw clothes at shop staff as they tried to make good their escape.
A driver who had no licence and cocaine in his system has been jailed after speeding away from police.
The London Bridge terror attacker Usman Khan has been described by his lawyer in a national newspaper as a “model prisoner”while at Whitemoor Prison.
A woman in her 70s was attacked in a car park.
A reader is happy about planned rail improvements... but wants buses sorted too.
A letter writer has called for a fixed fireworks season so we can look after our pets.
In our letters pages this week, two readers clashed over Brexit.
Volunteers have been praised after transforming the entrance to a leisure centre.
A reader says vehicles may be banned from the market place - and he supports it.
A former Upwell councillor has been banned from holding public office for five years after admitting gaining a false signature on an electoral form.
Four in every five households hit by the benefit cap in Fenland are single-parent families, new figures reveal.
Tips on how to stay safe online are being given by our regular columnist Philip Brooks
In our regular Hidden Gems column, Lorena Hodgson explores what is on offer in this area.