Budget cuts mean councils are under pressure to save every penny, and in Fenland that means fewer places to spend one.
A man who seriously injured someone when he crashed his car during a police chase last year has been jailed for more than three years.
A super slimmer from Wisbech has been awarded the title of Diamond Member of the Year for setting a sparkling example of long-term weight loss.
A Wisbech man is among a group of men who are due to be sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court following a murder in Boston last September.
After a year of sporting achievement Cavalry Primary School in March has been awarded the gold school games mark.
More five-year-olds in Cambridgeshire achieved a good level of development in 2017, according to standards set by the Department for Education.
Plans for 137 homes on the former College of West Anglia's agricultural site off Elm High Road look set for approval on Wednesday (15).
Local MP Steve Barclay carried out a fact finding mission to Wisbech’s North Cambs Hospital as part of his role as a health minister.
Three people had to be treated for smoke inhalation following a house fire in Leverington which was started by a mobile phone.
The Wildlife and Wetlands Trust's centre at Welney has been forced to close for much of today following a water leak.
Residents in Chatteris suffering from invisible illnesses can still gain support following the closure of Cambridgeshire Invisible Illness Support.
A spate of crashes at a rural road junction has prompted calls for safety improvements at the site, including better signage.
Fenland has lost nearly a third of its pubs since 2010, according to official figures with around 25 pubs and bars having closed their doors for good.
Budding pop stars dazzled at a week-long workshop learning the skills needed to be a star.
Drug-related deaths have risen significantly in Fenland over the last three years, reflecting a national rise in fatalities over the period.
A derailment between Ely and Manea which caused massive disruption to rail passengers last summer was caused through poor maintenance of wagons.
The manager of three community transport organisations has stepped down following a lengthy investigation into the way they have operated.
Youngsters are enjoying a summer of fun after a state-of-the-art play area and skate park opened just in time for the school holidays.
Dying terrier had to be put to sleep to prevent her suffering any further
Firefighters from three fire stations battled to control a barn fire on the outskirts of March yesterday (Thursday) morning.