A man's body has been recovered from the Sixteen Foot drain this morning (Monday).
Company Sargeant Major Harry Franklin was remembered 100 years after his death at a service at St Wendreda’s Church, March and at his grave.
Chatteris firm Stainless Metalcraft was given the royal seal of approval on Friday when the Princess Royal paid a visit.
Tributes have been paid to Wisbech's former town beadle Alister Hopkins who has died following a short illness.
One of Wisbech's biggest employers today (Friday) confirmed it is looking to close part of its production in the town by the end of October this year.
Thousands of pupils were missing from Cambridgeshire’s schools every day last year, new figures show.
A newly wed March couple are shunning the usual luxury honeymoon destinations to tackle a challenging trek through the Andes.
A former sailor who was awarded a top French honour for his part in the historic D-day landings has died at the age of 95.
Specialist contractors were out first thing this today clearing more than dozen bags of building waste including asbestos dumped on a river bank.
A former town and district councillor has announced he will be standing as an independent on May 2.
Film buffs may have heard of ‘Robocop’ – but residents at a Fenland care home will soon be meeting ‘Robocat’ thanks to a fundraising effort.
College of West Anglia's Jake Mattless scored 100% in his Microsoft Office Specialist qualification to secure a place in MOS Four Nations Final.
A March family had plenty to celebrate at a recent get together at the town's Two-Ten restaurant.
Fewer than 1,000 Fenland people have signed a petition calling for the Government to revoke Article 50 and for Britain to stay in the EU.
First there were four, then there were five, five became six and by 9am this morning there eight members of the new Fenland independents movement.
A teenager has been charged with the Christmas Day assault on Chatteris man Robert 'Speedy' Lea - who is still recovering in hospital.
Being the best at losing wouldn’t normally help win an award - yet one Chatteris man has done that after being named the town’s ‘Greatest Loser’ 2019.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite has led the signing of a deal which could save Cambridgeshire’s police force £2 million a year.
A man who was caught red-handed burgling a property in Chatteris has been jailed for more than two years.
Air pollution causes five in every 100 deaths of people aged 30 and over in Cambridgeshire, data reveals.