Once again Chatteris is one of the top spots for Christmas lights in the area following the town’s annual switch-on event yesterday (Saturday).
A West Norfolk man who’d drunk about eight pints of beer racially abused a pub bouncer.
An arrest warrant has been issued for an Upwell man accused of assaulting a police officer.
Crowds flocked to fill the Market Place and streets of March yesterday evening as the annual Christmas Lights Switch-on event returned with a bang
A motorist from the Wisbech area has been banned for three years for his second drug-driving conviction.
Collect up your pennies, finish up your letters, Santa Claus is coming to town!
A supermarket supervisor could face demotion after a conviction for drink-driving.
UK Power Networks has apologised to residents in the March area after a series of power cuts this afternoon (Friday).
A developer is hoping that resubmitted plans to build 16 homes on a site in the centre of a Fenland village will win planners support.
A rapid response by the area's Combined Authority saved over 500 jobs and helped create nearly 300 more in the aftermath of the pandemic.
'Significant progress' has been made on three road schemes aimed at improving transport links around a Fenland town.
Cross-cultural bridges are under construction at a Wisbech academy which is joining forces with an education counterpart in India.
A driver who suffered a 'medical issue' causing them to crash had to be freed from their vehicle last night (Wednesday).
A Wisbech day centre that offers fun and companionship for retired people is fighting to survive and needs more members.
The countdown is on for Wisbech High Street property owners to apply for a National Lottery grant to restore their historic buildings.
Tributes have been paid to a father-of-two who has died a month after being hit by a car.
Kinderley Primary School completed another of their Red Arrows Challenges to raise money and awareness of mental health.
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.