Police are appealing to what witnesses have described as a "very professional" ram raid at a store in Chatteris overnight (Thursday).
Financial incentives to try to keep people working in adult social care are being considered in order to prevent a staffing shortage.
An exhibition charting 100 years of Wisbech Town FC’s history launched online on Wisbech andF enland Museum’s website this week.
This morning (Thursday) at 8.34am, one crew from March was called to a car fire near Boots Bridge, on the Sixteen Foot.
New research shows losing weight improves mental toughness and one March woman is a shining example of how weight loss can transform more than looks.
Residents are being invited to share their views on how Fenland Council plans to serve the district and manage its finances over the next 12 months.
Fenland Council’s ‘Team of the Year’ has been praised for helping the district buck the national trend for the amount of waste recycled in 2020/21.
More than 65 suspected drink or drug drivers were arrested in Cambridgeshire last month as part of a police crackdown.
A man and woman are due to appear in court today following a drugs raid in Wisbech yesterday morning (Tuesday 4 January).
A developer has submitted plans which will see up to 1,200 homes, a new primary school, community hub, and allotments built in a Fenland town.
wo countryside organisations have this week welcomed new measures to tackle illegal hare coursing
Cambridgeshire Police has launched a campaign to encourage the public to use online services in a bid to reduce pressure on call takers.
Residents have just over a week left to comment on plans to instal speed bumps on a busy Wisbech road.
Runners of all ages and abilities joined in the first Parkrun of the year on Saturday in March.
A parish council fears plans to build a new special school in a Fenland town will create "bottle neck madness" claiming its chosen site is wrong.
Well 2021 was a year of ups and downs.
Christmas Day brought a not so silent night for Peterborough City and Hinchingbrooke Hospital Maternity Units as they welcomed the birth of 18 babies.
A new arts project aimed at those with learning difficulties is about to launch in March thanks to new funding.
Wisbech-born cycling star Jody Cundy is set for a third trip to Buckingham Palace after being awarded a CBE in the New Year Honours List.
Staff at a village shop have launched a Gofundme appeal for a young mum and her son after she was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour.