People in Wisbech and March are being urged to get help as soon as possible if they are struggling with their finances or to pay their bills.
Work to bring full fibre connectivity within reach of thousands of homes and businesses in March got under-way this week.
Patients in Cambridgeshire with queries or concerns around a hospital or community appointment they are waiting for can now contact a new helpline.
Council Tax payers are facing a hike in the amount they pay towards the county's police and fire services.
Police are linking last night's ram raid at Walsoken Post Office with at least three others including one which happened just hours later in Yaxley.
Ram raiders have struck in Fenland for a second time in just a few days - this time targeting the Post Office in Walsoken.
A fire in a Fenland bungalow was started accidentally says the fire service.
NHS urges local people to get boosted as over half a million eligible people in Cambridgeshire boost their protection.
Two highly experienced business leaders have been appointed as members of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority Business Board.
Business studies students at a Wisbech school took a trip to the zoo to learn more about the art of marketing strategies.
People living in Wisbech say they feel less safe in their town than those living in any other in Fenland.
Police would like to have a "chat" with the owner of a bag officers found following a chase on foot in Wisbech.
Two sisters are launching a fundraising effort after being chosen to attend an international scouting festival next summer.
A 16-year-old boy is among the latest people to be caught drink driving in Fenland.
March Dog Training Club is back in action and has spaces available for pooches of all kinds and ages.
Plans to upgrade a stretch of the A47 in Cambridgeshire to dual carriageway to improve safety and ease congestion take another step forward.
Aldi has supported local charities, community groups and food banks in Cambridgeshire by donating 12,400 meals to people in need this Christmas.
An operation designed to tackle “predatory” behaviour in Cambridgeshire over the Christmas period has been hailed a success.
A former Wisbech Grammar School boy is set to take the top job and become its head later this year.
A Chatteris convenience store manager has described the terrifying moment she realised ram raiders were hitting her shop.