Local health teams working together on the Covid-19 vaccine programme have delivered their two millionth dose of the life-saving jab.
Two state-of-the-art accessible toilets are set to be installed in Fenland after Fenland Council successfully bid for £160,000 from the government.
A Ukranian family have been settling into life in the Fens after being welcomed by a local farmer.
A Fenland village church is coming to life after years of being unused and uncared for.
Local amateur photographers celebrated the end of their 2021-2022 season with a presentation of awards.
Members of a local scout group enjoyed life under canvas when they took part in a recent camping expedition.
Plans to relocate the Household Recycling Centre in March to a new site will be discussed by councillors this week.
There was something for everyone at the Family Fun Day organised by Marshland St James Hall and Tearoom to mark St George's Day.
Covid is, thankfully, resulting in fewer deaths, but a new animated video based around the popular game Kerplunk is reminding us it's not gone away.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Darryl Preston, is encouraging members of the public to nominate potential projects for the community payback scheme.
Sunday's sunshine brought out the crowds as the St George's Day Fayre returned to March for the first time in three years.
A new hub offering support and advice for armed and uniformed personnel has been launched in March.
A metal detectorist has claimed an energy firm is barring him from searching for King John’s lost treasure because of its plans for a new solar farm.
Firefighters remained at the scene of a major fire in Wisbech town centre overnight.
Imagine being home alone, hiding in the darkness. You jump at every noise and spend each day planning routes to work, each journey filled with fear.
The proportion of children in Cambridgeshire offered a place at their preferred primary school for this September has risen.
Organisers of a village Easter Fayre have been blown away by its success after more than 200 people attended.
A man who suffered horrific leg injuries in a work accident and feared he might never walk again is taking on a major challenge later this summer.
Summer is set to kick off with a splash in Wisbech as work on the town’s new family water attraction gets underway.
Family statement from Rikki’s aunties – Sandra Chestney and Alison Harvey (Rikki’s late father’s sisters):