Six prison officers at Whitemoor prison in March were "rushed to hospital" following a riot at the high security jail.
A state-of-the-art skate park has been officially opened in Wisbech thanks to a huge community effort.
Residents on a Wisbech park home site have blasted Fenland Council for failing to deal with issues raised by work being undertaken on a nursery site.
Eight volunteers from Wisbech-based 50 Back Packs, which helps the homeless, swapped their beds for the tarmac of the Market Place on Saturday night.
A new picture book written for children for whom hospital has become part of their daily lives has reached the halfway point to its funding goal.
Residents in a block of flats in Wisbech were evacuated on Friday (22) night following a major gas leak.
Businesses in a Fenland town have launched a new initiative to help combat the lack of banking facilities.
Fenland Council’s one stop shops in March and Wisbech are relocating, as figures show footfall has dropped by 81 per cent since they opened in 2004.
A dispersal comes into force now in March and will run for the whole weekend in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour.
Robert Goddard is to close its March store to allow the business to focus on expanding its existing stores, open new ones and on its website.
Fenland District Council has voted to freeze its share of your Council Tax bills for the coming year.
Cambridgeshire's Police Commissioner Jason Ablewhite has defended his decision to keep Wisbech police station and not move to a 'blue-light hub'.
A young March woman has spoken out to beat the stigma surrounding stoma bags after undergoing life-saving surgery.
Chatteris took a step closer this week to becoming one of the first town's in the county to get a school offering education for children from 0 to 18.
Customer services assistant Owen Lofts returned to his former school to help inspire pupils onto the right employment path for them.
A Fenland school is set to get a new 'eco-classroom' nursery building for up to 60 youngsters if plans are approved.
Uniformed services students from the College of West Anglia’s Wisbech campus visited Huntingdon police HQ to help raise awareness of modern slavery.
Wisbech Tourist Information Centre has a new home and is looking for more volunteers to help extend its opening hours.
Business leaders fear a Fenland town won’t recover from the proposed closure of its last remaining bank, claiming a massive impact on traders.
Friends and family of a disabled Chatteris man are aiming to raise around £6,000 to enable him to enjoy his garden.