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.
Discovered a new love for walking during the Covid-19 pandemic? Then you know how great it is for your health and physical and mental wellbeing.
Doris Blades, known to everyone as Dot, is celebrating her 103rd birthday today (Friday) and for the first time in two years she can do it in style.
A local campsite owner has shed over eight and half stone and been named his Slimming World group's super shedder.
A man has been charged with causing the death of his brother.
Support available again to vulnerable families in Cambridgeshire during Easter holidays
A forecast end of year underspend of £15.7m could partly be used to accelerate highways maintenance plans across Cambridgeshire.
A man who raped and sexually assaulted a schoolgirl over a period of five years has been brought to justice.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a man was struck and killed by a van last night (Wednesday).
A leading local charity has raised deep concerns following the Spring Budget announced by the Chancellor yesterday (Wednesday).
Leading Cambridgeshire County Councillors took a fact finding mission to Wisbech this week to find out more about objections to a planned incinerator.
A popular Fenland District Council event dedicated to helping the over 60s find out what benefits and services they are entitled to returns next week.
Major regeneration works which have breathed new life into a row of historic buildings on Wisbech High Street are nearing completion.
Staff and pupils at Elm Church of England Primary School are celebrating after being rated 'good' by Government inspectors.
A Chatteris woman has notched a milestone birthday by celebrating with her family and friends at a local care home.