A golf and country park is looking to expand in what it says is the fourth phase of its development, bringing with it the creation of 12 new jobs.
A Chatteris couple set to tie the knot tomorrow (Friday) are hoping guests will dig deep for a charity close to their hearts.
A group of teenage volunteers swapped policing for pounding the pavements to help support victims of serious road traffic collisions in the county.
The results are in for this year's Wisbech and District Camera Club's special photographic digital image of the year competition.
Two local good causes have benefited from donations made by a charity that has its roots going as far back as the 16th century.
Are you able to visit loved ones in local care homes now visiting restrictions to care homes have been lifted in updated Government guidance.
A Cambridgeshire charity has received over £350,000 in National Lottery funding to bring carers across the region together.
A disused building in Wisbech is being brought back to life so YMCA Trinity Group can support local people in need of a safe, secure place to stay.
Enriching experiences and a nutritious lunch are being made available this Easter for children of families receiving income-related free school meals.
Britain's oldest active badminton coach has raised over £800 for charity after hosting a day of playing his favourite sport.
On Friday (25), officers from the Fenland Neighbourhood Policing Team conducted a warrant under section 23 of the misuse of drugs act in Chatteris.
A Fenland boating firm has helped add a tick to a dying woman's bucket list at the weekend.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a burglary at a garden centre in Walton Highway.
Local people of all ages got stuck and tried their hand at creative painting in Wisbech on Saturday (26).
Gill Repper, local artist and retired teacher, has donated nearly a dozen spectacular paintings to Hickathrift House Care Home in Marshland St James.
Chatteris Museum is on the move and six months after it closed its doors to the public work continues a pace to pack everything up ready to go.
Fraud by con artists, rogue traders and 'Tinder Swindler' romance scammers costs Cambridgeshire residents a whopping £1.5 - £2 million a month.
Police patrolling a Wisbech area known for drug misuse followed a van acting suspiciously, a court heard.
Steps to revamp March Broad Street making it safer and easier for pedestrians and cyclists to use are set to take a major move forward on Wednesday.
Fenland District Council has taken action to stop a development on land in the open countryside on the outskirts of Chatteris.