A man arrested following a stabbing in Wisbech at the weekend has now been charged with murder.
One in three investigations where Cambridgeshire Police identify a suspect are dropped because victims do not want to press charges, figures reveal.
To mark Sexual Violence Awareness Week Police Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite is launching a county-wide campaign to raise awareness victims' support.
Officers are appealing for information after a silver Volkswagen Golf was involved in a collision with a pedestrian in Wisbech yesterday (Sunday).
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder following an incident in Wisbech yesterday evening (3 February).
Bus services across the county will be discussed at the Economy and Environment Committee meeting on Thursday (February 7).
Fare dodgers were ordered to pay £2.9m last year after Greater Anglia prosecuted people caught riding trains without tickets.
Cambridgeshire police has joined other police forces in ceasing to take reports of lost property and accepting only certain types of found items.
Two community group's have been awarded a town's top honour for their commitment and hard-work.
Relatives can now trace their ancestors back to the 16th century online with actual handwritten church registers thanks to a groundbreaking project.
Work to make repairs to Puddock Road and Fenside Road near Warboys will start this weekend, for up to four weeks.
Users of a popular village skate park are to have their say on the design of a new £100,000 state-of-the art facility.
Manea School held a celebration assembly after receiving a £250 cheque from Stainless Metalcraft to buy more books for its library.
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A well-used town centre car park has been given a new lease of life following a £250,000 renovation by Fenland District Council.
Students at Thomas Clarkson Academy, Wisbech, have come out in force to help shape the future of their town.
A parish council has been forced to include £2,000 in its upcoming budget to repair an otter fence that is constantly being vandalised.
Nominations are starting to come in for the men, women and youngsters who make a difference to our communities for Pride in Fenland Awards 2019.
Public support helps to increase Police Officer numbers in Cambridgeshire for the second year running.
Nearly 1,500 people in Fenland have been moved on to Universal Credit, despite concerns it could push claimants further into debt.