A record number of volunteers who put pride in their communities and help make Fenland a cleaner, greener place for all to enjoy have been recognised.
A special Wisbech school is hoping the public will get behind them and bring a bit of ‘sunshine’ to pupils.
Three hundred rashers of bacon, a sell out cake stall and afternoon teas ensured Wimblington's bacon butty morning was a sizzling success.
There has been a 27 per cent rise in the number of recorded sex offences against children aged four to eight in Cambridgeshire.
The latest phase of a major road improvement scheme gets under-way today (Monday) meaning a village bus service will not run for 10 days.
A dispersal order will be put in place in March this weekend in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour.
Residents and businesses joined Wisbech in Bloom volunteers and sponsors at the annual garden competition awards evening at the Wisbech Institute.
Wisbech woman Jade Farm is hoping to scare up some cash for charity this Halloween with a special event at her home.
Two Chatteris brothers have completed the bike ride of their lives travelling over 3,000kms in three weeks to cover the length of New Zealand.
Use of solitary confinement at Whitemoor Prison in March is in breach of a UN torture protocol according to a new report.
Ely Southern Bypass is on track and will be open to traffic, as planned, on Wednesday October 31.
Network Rail is urging drivers to "wise up and size up" their vehicle and plan their route after a 15th vehicle hit Stonea bridge this year.
Manea youngster Storm Simms faced the chop and raised £1,290 for three charities.
Three new fire engines have been introduced to the on-call fleet at Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Fenland businesswoman Christina Fitzpatrick has completed the Welsh Three Peaks Challenge in support of charity.
“Chatteris to Tokyo – Done!!” Those were the triumphant words posted by Dan Handley and Dave Brooks after arriving in the Japanese capital.
A March couple who are determined to raise awareness of prostate cancer have raised over £2,000 for charity.
Four men have been handed County Court injunctions to prevent them from hare coursing in Cambridgeshire.
A food safety training course to help businesses improve their food safety management is being held by Fenland District Council later this month.
A March shop badly damaged by a fire earlier this year is to be demolished and will not be replaced.