Year 10 students at Neale-Wade Academy organised a school music festival, aimed at changing the perception the community has of young people in March.
The killer of a former Fenland man has seen his sentence increased following an appeal court decision.
A court case has been adjourned in order for a Leverington man to produce evidence that he was legally allowed to have cannabis on him.
A homes development on land at Sandy Lane presents an opportunity to provide a sustainable, landscape-led urban extension to Wisbech - says report.
The Care Quality Commission inspected an acute ward for adults of working age and psychiatric intensive care unit at Fulbourn Hospital, Cambridge.
A man from Wisbech has appeared in court to admit to a string of motoring offences.
Community flood groups are being encouraged by Cambridgeshire County Council to apply for a grant to help protect vulnerable properties from flooding.
A court has heard how an Outwell man who stole tobacco has made good progress addressing his drug and alcohol issues.
Friends, family members, and well-wishers of all ages cheered Marshland High’s Class of 2022 as they arrived for their end-of-year prom.
March Lions member John Potter visited the town's Cavalry School to award winners' certificates of the Y6 International Peace Poster competition.
A proposal to promote measures to slow down motorists approaching residential areas was unanimously supported by Cambridgeshire County Council.
Work to address the rising cost of living and reduce fuel poverty is picking up pace with the stepping up of provision of the Green Homes Grant.
A group behind plans to convert a former girls school into a church are holding a free community barbecue to encourage the public to get involved.
As the sun set on the UK's highest ever temperatures, Cambridgeshire's Fire Chief has praised staff during this week’s heatwave.
A grieving mum is looking to turn the tragedy of losing her newborn daughter into something positive in her memory and she needs the community's help.
More than 400 students and staff from Peckover Primary School were treated to a surprise festival - Peckfest.
Three stunning photographs have come out on top of a competition to showcase Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s brilliant parks.
“There’s a secret 60% in all of us. What will you do with yours?” was the key message at the senior school speech day at Wisbech Grammar School.
A drink driver who got behind the wheel to make sure his brother was safe ended up doing the opposite when he accidentally struck and killed him.
The A47 Wisbech bypass has now reopened following a three vehicle road traffic collision.