A boxer, café owners and one very special little girl were all among those incredible people honoured at this year’s Pride in Fenland Awards.
Cambridgeshire councillors are set to discuss withdrawing charges for computer access in libraries just a year after they were introduced.
Residents are calling for urgent action to cut speeding in their streets after an incident on Sunday saw a car plough through five gardens.
A Wisbech woman who spent decades raising awareness of a rare disease which saw families lose their children has spoken on National Rare Illness Day.
Fenland Council's grass cutting contractors have promised to do better this summer after being put on notice last year for its poor performance.
If you want a bargain and have either a prom to go to or a wedding to plan then a charity event at the Sportsman in Chatteris this weekend is ideal.
For the fifth year running award winning March-based, Fenn Holidays, have raised a staggering amount for their chosen charity, MacMillan.
A fraudster who sold ink cartridges purchased on her company credit card for a profit using her personal eBay account has been jailed for 20 months.
Local people are being asked to add their voice to a new move to make IVF treatment free in our area to those struggling with infertility.
Marshland High School wants to build an extension to provide a new science block with a classroom, science studio, preparation room and toilets.
Local families enjoyed the half-term sunshine at Wisbech Adventure Playground as they joined celebrations at the opening of a new Learning Bus.
The First World War was raging and King George V was on the throne when Eva Copeman was born in Wisbech on February 27 1915.
The College of West Anglia (CWA) has been rated "Good" according to government inspectors.
Whitemoor Prison has strengthened its workforce over the last year, as it aims to tackle rising levels of violence.
“If it can happen to my relative - then it could happen to anyone” - that's the message from the family of a woman duped out of £1,000s in a scam.
Enforcement officers tackling littering and dog fouling on Fenland's Fenland are to dedicate time for community activities as part of a new contract.
A Wisbech school 'requires improvement' according to government inspectors with a 'decline' in the quality of teaching being blamed.
Two of the area’s longest-serving councillors have announced their retirement from local government when the elections are held this May.
It’s time to get nominating your Wisbech Unsung Heroes for this year’s awards.
Handling of finances of the mayor’s ball may have caused the combined authority 'serious reputational harm' as Tories hit out at scrutiny chairman.