Fostering communities is the theme of adopted locally to celebrate national Foster Care Fortnight.
The £17million upgrade of Guyhirn roundabout has been officially opened and now has a new name thanks to a local schoolgirl.
A Wisbech school has paid tribute to a staff member who sadly died yesterday (Wednesday).
A man has been charged with being in possession of a knife in Fenland.
Plans have been submitted which would see a former garage replaced with five homes.
More than £1.4 million of extra funding has been secured by Darryl Preston in his first year as Police and Crime Commissioner.
Emergency services were called to a Wisbech school yesterday (Wednesday) lunchtime following the death of a woman.
A weapons amnesty is being held next week allowing people to dispose of items safely and without fear of prosecution.
The man who helped build the font cover of a local church took the opportunity to pay a visit during a recent open morning.
A specialist Cambridgeshire care provider is celebrating its culturally diverse team of employees ahead of International Nurses day tomorrow (12).
A group of Wisbech students have been celebrating exceptional results after completing their child development course.
A whistleblower has sparked fears the area's ambulance service could be on the verge of collapse.
Twenty-eight Year 10 students at Neale-Wade Academy have taken on the role of Agents of Change, to help raise aspirations across the school.
Local MP Steve Barclay joined pupils at Benwick School for a masterclass in animation drawing by top children's author Cressida Cowell.
A lack of staffing stability has been blamed for a Fenland school being graded as needing improvement following a recent inspection.
The force’s Rural Crime Action Team (RCAT) has had another successful year, dealing with more than 1,000 incidents and launching 740 investigations.
No immediate changes are being proposed to the funding arrangements for transport to and from after-school clubs at special schools in Cambridgeshire.
Tea, biscuits, war-time songs and favourite films were all part of the proceedings when a Fenland care home marked the 77th anniversary of VE Day.
Local patients’ champion is warning of widening health inequalities as people struggle to pay for dental treatments.
Fenland sisters Sorcha and Caoimhe Friel are making good progress in their fundraising efforts to enable them to enjoy a trip of a lifetime.