A woman was arrested after giving a breath test reading of almost five times the drink drive limit.
The annual meeting of Chatteris Royal British Legion was a poignant one for members as they said farewell to their outgoing chair.
A Fenland mum is appealing for help in catching burglars who smashed their way into her home and stole a safe containing her late boyfriend's ashes.
A popular pocket park has officially been opened at a "much delayed" ceremony attended by those who helped with tree planting and local dignitaries.
A Fenland farmer impaled on the spike of a forklift as he worked in his farm yard has thanked the emergency services who saved his life.
Ordinary people who did extraordinary things for others during the Covid pandemic were honoured last night at the 14th annual Pride in Fenland Awards.
Market towns across Cambridgeshire are set to benefit from the installation of travel information screens including in Fenland.
Members of Eddie’s Artworks Fenland took part in their first craft fair recently setting up a stall to join in with others.
Wisbech is the proud owner of three new life-saving machines thanks to the town council.
A task-force of trained volunteers started work cleaning the interior of Wisbech Museum in hope it will be open, at least in part, for Christmas.
A Fenland school broke records with a bang at its annual fireworks display after raising nearly £12,000.
A Wisbech church hall has been given a facelift after being forced to close due to Covid-19 lockdowns.
Community heroes who went above and beyond during the pandemic are among those to be honoured at the 14th annual Pride in Fenland Awards.
Motorists are facing delays on the A47 between March and Wisbech this morning following a vehicle fire.
Fenland’s CCTV system has been called into question following a vandalism incident in Wisbech on Wednesday night.
Road safety heroes are being celebrated for the important work they are doing across Cambridgeshire.
Wisbech Round Table has issued a rallying cry to schools, groups and businesses to take part in the annual Rose Fair parades.
Chatteris people turned out in their hundreds for the annual Remembrance Day commemoration.
Thousands of people across Fenland gathered today to mark Remembrance Day and remember those who gave their lives in service of their country.
Wisbech returned to a traditional Remembrance Sunday event after last year’s socially distanced one.