Contractors responsible for the March Gaul Road scheme have written to apologise for the delay in re-opening the road and say it will open next month.
A sex offender who breached two sexual offence orders by owning a mobile phone has received a suspended sentence of 16 months.
A village football team can look forward to a more stable future thanks to a £91,500 investment at the club's ground.
The date is set - Once again March GER Sports Club will be hosting a charity darts day in aid of the Oncology Department at Peterborough Hospital.
Wisbech branch of Santander is among 140 nationwide set to close later this spring.
A strategic review into how to improve the bus network across Cambridgeshire has recommended a business case exploring options for radical reform.
A man took control of a vulnerable foreign national’s passport and bank details before making him work 12-hour shifts for little or no pay.
A group that is fundraising to buy defibrillators for Chatteris have hit out after one of the life-saving devices was stolen.
A free and practical guide has been launched to help owners of historic properties to maintain their buildings and preserve them for years to come.
This Saturday (26) will see more than 20 people take part in a zumbathon - completing six hours of exercise and raising funds for a host of charities.
Detectives investigating the murder of Wisbech pensioner Una Crown haven't given up on the six-year-old case and have made another information appeal.
There are warnings of the potential impact Brexit could have on Cambridgeshire with a cross-departmental task force being set up to tackle issues.
If you are looking for an unusual job and live within 10 miles of Sutton Bridge then a vacancy with Lincolnshire County Council could be for you.
Monitoring of Fenland's CCTV cameras will move to Peterborough after councillors agreed to the £78,000 a year cost cutting measure yesterday (17).
Long Service Awards have been presented to three dedicated volunteers at the National Trust’s Peckover House and a fourth is about to be celebrated.
The Sixteen Foot Bank near Christchurch has been closed for most of this morning (Thursday) while emergency services dealt with a crash.
Fossil hunters have uncovered a rare near complete prehistoric buffalo skull - believed to date back 150,000 years - in a Cambridgeshire quarry.
Drug use and other anti-social behaviour has forced the Horsefair Centre in Wisbech to close its public toilets - five months after they re-opened.
Café owners Andy Maul and his partner Vikki Moore are opening their doors to the homeless as part of the 50 Backpacks charity initiative.
Free sanitary products in all public loos, that is the call Cambridgeshire MEP Alex Mayer made in the European Parliament chamber yesterday (15).