Saturday was a special day for members of The Vera Frances School of Dance in March.
Around 50 people braved yesterday's (Sunday) rain and wind to take part in a charity walk around West End Park in March.
At last - a new urgent care service has finally launched in Wisbech, almost two years later than previously planned.
Baby the black and white cat is back home in the warm more than two months after he disappeared.
A Manea toddler and his family have taken to Twitter to recruit celebrity support to get life-enhancing drugs for Cystic Fibrosis sufferers.
A girl from Chatteris, who has raised £2,000 to help others while battling leukaemia, has been nominated in this year’s Pride in Fenland Awards.
Inmates were locked in their cells for 100s of days in just three months for breaking rules at Whitemoor jail, according to Ministry of Justice data.
Wisbech councillor Simon King will not stand at this year's local elections in May to save his party "further embarrassment".
Rough sleeping in Fenland has more than doubled since 2010, official figures show.
The fountain in Wisbech’s St Peter’s Church gardens is flowing again with a new-look design which it is hoped will be more resilient to vandalism.
Local MP Steve Barclay is calling for better funding for the arts in this area following a special meeting held in March.
Police have named a man who was stabbed to death in Wisbech on Sunday evening (February 3).
A Fenland church is set for a major £600,000 make-over so it is fit for use for the whole community for generations to come.
An urgent appeal has been made for a new home for Marble, a two-year-old Podenco dog who is currently in rescue kennels.
An Upwell family have made a massive donation to a local hospital in his memory.
Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, which delivers services across Cambridgeshire and Norfolk has appointed new non-executive directors.
A March woman who set up the town’s Food Bank has been recognised with a special presentation.
A man arrested following a stabbing in Wisbech at the weekend has now been charged with murder.
One in three investigations where Cambridgeshire Police identify a suspect are dropped because victims do not want to press charges, figures reveal.
To mark Sexual Violence Awareness Week Police Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite is launching a county-wide campaign to raise awareness victims' support.