Students in all year groups at Neale-Wade Academy in March helped make Christmas brighter for families in need thanks to annual hamper challenge.
Have your say on designs for a new secondary school for Wisbech at one of two drop in consultation events in January.
Dozens of homeless people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough have lost their lives over the past five years, according to official estimates.
The Fenland branch of Unite Community Union has raised money to buy a portable gas heater/cooker for people sleeping rough in Wisbech.
Fire Service staff are bringing a smile to hundreds of children across Cambridgeshire this Christmas thanks to a surprise gift from a family business.
The March Mummers received lots of praise for keeping the up old tradition as they toured March Town Centre with their short play.
A March man who carried out an unprovoked stabbing at an annual festival in Whittlesey has been given an indefinite hospital order.
Cambridgeshire Highways are ready for the winter period and getting on top of the pothole problem from last winter caused by Beast from the East.
Wisbech Town Council is writing to Prime Minister Theresa May demanding the government deliver the Brexit deal 70 per cent of this area voted for.
Leah Bass and Matthew Fletcher were honoured by Young People March and March Lions.
Police are trying to reunite jewellery with its rightful owners.
MP Steve Barclay’s campaign to encourage reading during the school holidays saw his office raise over 2,000 new books for Year 4 pupils.
Wisbech and King's Lynn Uniformed Services students braved the cold in a mission to clean two of Norfolk’s beaches.
More than 200 people attended the annual Carols by Candlelight service at Walpole St Peter's parish church.
Pupils from Thomas Clarkson Academy filled more than 60 shoe boxes with warm clothing, toiletries and tinned food for Wisbech’s homeless shelter.
A learner driver who led police on a car chase reaching speeds of more than 100mph has been disqualified from driving for three years.
“We simply wouldn’t be able to reach some of the more vulnerable residents in our rural communities without the Golden Age Fairs.”
Difficulties recruiting teachers in Fenland is one of the biggest factors affecting schools and their performance in newly-published league tables.
Neglected and abused children in Cambridgeshire are increasingly likely to be at risk of harm by the time social services reach them, figures show.
A champion boxer has gone back to his old Chatteris school to inspire current students to career confidence and academic success.