People who are 75 and older, and those aged 12 and older who are severely immunosuppressed, will be able to book a top-up Covid-19 booster jab.
A report to ensure full council meetings can be held in a safe and fully accessible way at New Shire Hall will be recommended to members next week.
Excellence and exemplary service were celebrated at the annual Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) Excellence Awards.
It’s a landmark day for Cambridgeshire Constabulary on Monday (21) as the first recruits to join under a new route into policing are set to pass out.
Sunday's sunshine brought out the crowds for the latest event organised by Wisbech Town Council.
Magpas Air Ambulance charity CEO had a date with royalty this week when he attended Windsor Castle to receive his MBE.
Customers using March railway station are being warned the footpath leading to it will temporarily close as improvement work progresses.
Students at Marshland high school have heard first-hand the moving story of how a Holocaust survivor was hidden from the Nazis by two brave sisters.
Police in Cambridgeshire have closed three county lines as part of a week of action to rid the county of drugs gangs.
A Chatteris pet owner is warning others to be on their guard after his cat was potentially shot at or stabbed.
Campaigners fighting plans for a mega-incinerator in Wisbech are planning a protest outside Norfolk County Hall in a bid to win over councillors.
The Library Presents makes its return to Cambridgeshire libraries and outdoor locations this Spring in an exciting burst of live arts-based events.
A March school has added to the biodiversity of its site with the planting of 60 native trees and shrub saplings.
Yesterday morning (Wednesday) officers were called to a report of a drink driver driving an HGV at Wisbech Port.
The Friends of the Wisbech Hospitals charity has given a massive £10,000 towards a local hospital's Dementia Care Appeal.
Plans for a one-off special event to bring together groups with links to the Armed Forces has been gathering momentum and donations in recent weeks.
Six players from Chatteris Town Ladies Football Club took on the challenge of climbing Mount Snowdown this week with charity on their minds.
It was a day for cake at a Wisbech care home as one of their residents marked a milestone birthday.
A Fenland farmer is offering a home to a Ukrainian family fleeing the terror of the Russian invasion rent free for a year.
Children at a Wisbech school have raised nearly £580 to help the people of Ukraine.