A man who is receiving life-saving treatment in Wisbech is set to take on a mountainous challenge for charity.
Historic St Peter's Church in Wisbech was alive to the sound of music and laughter for a special concert in memory of stalwart member Lesley Mardle.
March Golf Club now has a community access defibrillator (CAD) which is registered with the emergency services.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal collision in Outwell on Friday (13 May).
A lack of qualified worker has been blamed for a £22 million greener homes underspend by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
Three cadets from the Wisbech Air Cadets took to the sky as they had their first flight in a Grob Tutor aircraft at RAF Cranwell.
March Brass 2000 are appealing for help from the public after the theft of musical instruments.
A town finally has its 'butterfly bench' back after repair work to it.
A doctor's surgery has been found wanting after an inspection by the Care Quality Commission.
Wisbech Rose Fair Parade has been cancelled with the recent fire on the town's Market Place being blamed for the decision.
Cambridgeshire Mayor Dr Nik Johnson officially opened the newly developed March Railway Station and car park at a special ceremony today (13 May).
Fenland District Council has re-elected Councillor Alex Miscandlon to serve the district as chair for a third consecutive term.
Local people maybe able to enjoy a sneak peek of the flypast due to take place to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Fenland Council is asking for views on how it uses enforcement powers to regulate the condition of privately rented housing in the district.
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.