A copy of a portrait painted by Wisbech-born Octavia Hill is on show in a new John Ruskin exhibition to mark the bicentenary of Ruskin's birth.
A special “taskforce” has been set up in Cambs to help with Brexit amid warnings officers could be “dragged away” to help with problems nationally.
Thousands of households are stuck on the waiting list for social housing in Fenland, new figures reveal.
A new report from Healthwatch Cambridgeshire says thousands of people are being denied dental because of a lack of NHS dentists.
With temperatures set to plummet this week, Cambridgeshire health experts are urging people to look out for others as the cold weather bites.
“I ain’t afraid of no ghost” was my mantra on Saturday night as I joined a team of ghost hunters at Wisbech Castle.
Chatteris man Jordan Shepherd and his friend Ashley White have been jailed for life for the brutal killing of another friend.
A pilot boat worker dismissed for gross misconduct by Fenland Council was 50 per cent to blame for losing his job an employment tribunal concluded.
Newly published government league tables show mixed fortunes for the area's secondary schools based on last year's GCSEs.
Two men who were arrested in the early hours of Saturday January 26 following armed robberies in March and Chatteris have been charged.
Excellence and exemplary service were celebrated at the annual Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) Excellence Awards.
Two men have been arrested following armed robberies in March and Chatteris overnight.
A councillor has raised concerns plans to close Fenland's final two @Your Service shops is a 'done deal' ahead of a members' seminar on Thursday (31).
A would-be burglar who was caught in the act claimed he was actually looking for his dog.
Work is under-way to extend and improve a vital charity run Fenland-treatment centre.
Crime levels in Fenland have slightly reduced year-on-year, according to the latest police recorded figures.
A newly launched project to help the homeless in Wisbech saw more than 40 hot meals served in just one hour.
It's not just the region's wine glasses that have been dry this January; as the East of England receives below average rainfall so far this winter.
Police have charged a man and a woman in connection with multiple robberies and burglaries in Wisbech earlier this month (January).
Contractors responsible for the March Gaul Road scheme have written to apologise for the delay in re-opening the road and say it will open next month.