A thief who targeted a hospital on multiple occasions, stealing from staff trying to deal with the pandemic, has been jailed for more than nine years.
Tributes have been paid to a well-known former Wisbech Town striker who has died following a battle with cancer.
A community has rallied to help a "kind and gentle" delivery driver after his vehicle was stolen on Saturday afternoon.
Cambridgeshire councillors agreed to proceed with contracts totalling almost £3.7million to provide services to support victims of domestic abuse.
Volunteers have been left dismayed after vandals struck at a community field uprooting fruit trees and damaging wooden stakes.
A leisure firm which runs Fenland's sports and swimming facilities has announced its target of being net zero across its operation by 2020.
Staff and students are working together to raise money for a selfless Wisbech teenager who is being treated for cancer, but thinking of others.
Gallery: Families gather at Wisbech Museum for opening of major Singapore exhibition
Bridge refurbishment and surface repairs are among the final bits of work being done as a major £25m road scheme nears completion.
Two friends from Wisbech and March have admitted to a mammoth high-value shoplifting spree around to fund their drug habits.
Practically every town and village in Fenland has risen to the challenge of helping Ukranian families as they flee the might of the Russian army.
Multiple roads in a Fenland town are to be closed for a day or two starting next week as part of a £1million programme of work.
March Community Fire Service has become the first in the county to boast an all female crew.
Wisbech based artist Dan Donovan is set to bring his lively colourful Art Station to Wisbech Market Place later this month.
Work on improving flood defences across the Ouse Washes reservoir is now in its sixth year with plans to instal a new barrier across Welney Wash Road.
A Fenland man has been jailed for being concerned in the supply of cocaine in Thetford.
Organisers of a charity coffee morning have been blown away by its success after raising more than £1,700.
Members of a Fenland school’s choir joined their voices to those of a prestigious chorister group on Thursday (3).
Aspiring Emma Watsons and Tom Hollands took to the stage at the weekend to perform a play written especially for young performers.
Wisbech mayor Andrew Lynn enjoyed all the fun of the fair on Friday (4) as he officially opened the town's annual Mart.