A man who was caught red-handed burgling a property in Chatteris has been jailed for more than two years.
Air pollution causes five in every 100 deaths of people aged 30 and over in Cambridgeshire, data reveals.
A March mum has launched an online petition to help improve road safety for the town’s schoolchildren.
A 21-year-old Wisbech man was given a pepper spray canister by his mother “for his own protection”, a court heard.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service has welcomed 12 new on-call firefighters.
New and expectant mothers in Fenland will be receiving their care in the first Midwifery Community Hub.
A massive investment at a Wisbech school aims to bring ‘far-reaching benefits’ for pupils from September including attracting international students.
Princess Anne, will visit Chatteris next Friday (March 29) to find out more about a local manufacturer’s commitment to apprenticeship training.
It’s time to get nominating your Wisbech Unsung Heroes for this year’s awards.
A Chatteris mum is pulling on her running shoes to help raise funds for a baby charity.
A Japanese Anemone, Morning Mist over Rice Terraces and a Charge went into battle for Wisbech and District Camera Club in an inter-club competition.
The ninth annual Cancer Charity Darts Fun Day organised by cancer survivor Mark Cross looks set to have raised around £10,000 for charity.
A breakaway group of Conservatives have been suspended from the party and are likely to be stripped of their committee roles at Fenland Council.
A pensioner couple who had over 40 bags of rubbish dumped on their driveway are threatening to sell their dream retirement home after years of hassle.
An army of litter heroes rallied together at the weekend in a bid to create Fenland’s 17th Street Pride group in Wisbech St Mary.
A seal rescuer from Fenland is taking on a 100-mile cycle challenge to raise money for the RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre.
A man has been arrested after police uncovered a cannabis factory in Wisbech hidden in a secret bedroom.
One in eight people convicted or cautioned in Cambridgeshire for knife crimes are children, figures reveal.
Honorary Colonel Brigadier Tim Seal visited Chatteris Army Cadet Detachment to hand out awards, promotions and certificates to cadets and instructors.
Three men who targeted high-performance cars in a series of burglaries across Cambridgeshire have been jailed.