Cambridgeshire's Police and Crime Commissioner is looking to get tough on flytippers who leave rubbish littered across the area.
Children and staff at Peckover School donned their finest fancy-dress or came in non-uniform to support the annual Children in Need appeal.
Fenland people are being invited to share their views on plans to improve cycling, walking and mobility aid journeys across the area.
As most women of a certain age can testify oops moments are real - that annoying little dribble of wee when you laugh or sneeze creeps up on us all.
A woman who was repeatedly raped by her father as a child has launched a Government petition to ban convicted sex offenders changing their name.
Organisers of this year's Wisbech Poppy Appeal have been blown away by the public's generosity.
Much-loved nursery nurse and former member of March Operatic and Dramatic Society (MADAOS) Pam Cliss has died at the age of 86.
A village vicar could soon have a new home if plans to demolish the existing vicarage get the go-ahead.
A Fenland father and daughter have written a book of their poems and are now planning to sell the anthology to help a charity close to their hearts.
It's business as usual for towns across Fenland this weekend as they gear up for their annual Christmas lights switch-ons.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary is supporting a campaign to end domestic abuse with a direct appeal to offenders.
The Friends of Wisbech Museum are set to publish their latest book written by Andrew Ketley and detailing the towns inns, taverns and beer-houses.
MP Steve Barclay has blasted the firm looking to build a mega-incinerator in Wisbech after it failed to respond a report he commissioned.
Cambridgeshire’s innovative Palliative Care Hub has been recognised at the HSJ Awards where it received the Primary Care Innovation of the Year Award.
Pupils at Marshland High school helped to raise money for Children in Need by organising a cake sale and a 'guess sweets in a jar' competition.
An Elm driver has been banned from the roads for being more than twice the alcohol limit.
Gorefield Community Hall is set to stage its official reopening after receiving contributions from a special fund set up by the county council.
Police were called to the B&Q store at Elm High Road in Wisbech on Wednesday afternoon at about 2.30pm.
Police are appealing for information after an ATM machine was stolen in a ram-raid in Outwell.
Police are investigating reports that a woman was chased and dragged near a DIY store in Wisbech.