Fenland District Council is facing a backlash over plans to introduce charging for the disposal of clinical waste and sharp boxes.
Further tests are being carried out on the human bones found near a public footpath in the grounds of Chatteris parish church on Monday night.
A West Norfolk family of child prodigies is celebrating academic success for three of their five children this week.
Substantial investment to boost Fenland’s leisure facilities is planned following the appointment of a new leisure partner.
A new project called “click therapy” aimed at helping people's mental well-being hosted its first taster session on Tuesday.
He's climbed mountains, trekked the Arctic circle, explored the Amazon jungle but now professional explorer Justin Miles is on a different mission.
It was a big day for Wisbech Ladies Circle recently when they hosted their first major summer event at the town's rugby club.
Work on a much needed safety scheme on a March bridge is progressing according to plan says the councillor behind the £230,000 project.
The summer heatwave has seen Cambridgeshire’s firefighters face a significant increase in fires.
Fenland care home, Askham Village Community, says its partnership scheme with local GPs is so successful, it should be rolled out nationwide.
Pupils at Wisbech Grammar School are celebrating a 99 per cent A-Level pass rate.
Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech is celebrating another strong set of results in maths and the sciences.
Students at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris have continued to perform at the highest levels in this year’s A-levels.
Ninety-nine per cent of students at he College of West Anglia passed their A-levels this year with 78 per cent achieving A* to C grades.
"Give and take" and "helping each other" is the recipe for a long and happy marriage according to March couple Derek and Jane Money.
Students at Neale-Wade Academy in March are celebrating today (Thursday) after their outstanding performance in this year’s Post 16 examinations.
An open day next weekend (25) will show case 10 new flats built by a local charitable trust for older people in Wisbech.
A health worker from Wisbech has been praised after leaping into action to save a woman’s life while shopping in a local supermarket.
Around a £1,000 has been raised so far towards a sensory garden for a severely disabled March boy.
This year's annual Wisbech and District Historic Vehicle Club's annual road run saw 180 vehicles of all shapes and sizes join the fun.