Fenland pupils were among 400 in Cambridgeshire to enjoy a lesson in where our food comes from with a 'field to fork' hands-on experience day.
A ‘huge’ fan of The Wanted, who received a surprise visit from the boy-band at her 18th birthday party, is raising funds for Brain Tumour Research.
Toilets in a town’s shopping centre are set to re-open next month after a long awaited contract has been signed.
Cambridgeshire police have met its target for the second year in a row for the national police uplift programme, new figures have revealed.
A trio of ‘feisty’ Chihuahuas are looking for a special home willing to take them all together.
A developer seeking to build up to 325 homes on a site in Walsoken claims the development will not have a significant environmental impact.
Historic March Town Hall is set to gain a new set of entrance doors.
The chief executive for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority has resigned only months after stepping into the role.
Neale-Wade Academy hosted a careers event to raise the profile of job opportunities in the local area.
The fun-loving folk living at Swan House Care Home in Chatteris have been enjoying a good chuckle by holding their own comedy club.
An NHS whistleblower claims there are staff fears of job losses and says Wisbech patients are missing out on essential sexual health services.
Renewed calls for better provision for children with special educational needs in Fenland are due to be discussed by councillors on Tuesday (10).
Campaigners fighting plans for a mega incinerator in Wisbech have welcomed news a second county council will now oppose the project.
The family of a man killed in a 'one punch' attack want changes to the justice system after his killer was jailed for just two years over the death.
A man has been jailed after he stalked a woman who he claimed to have mistaken for someone else.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a serious road traffic collision in Walsoken on Saturday afternoon.
Organisers have been blown away by the success of a church fete and market held at the weekend.
People had a chance to enjoy a tour of the gardens at Wisbech Castle on Saturday afternoon.
Members of Wisbech Swimming Club took the plunge over the weekend as they set their sights on raising as much money as possible for new equipment.
Local MP Steve Barclay has vowed to "keep a close eye" on plans for a mega incinerator in Wisbech over the coming weeks.