Teenager Reece Melville was found last night (Friday).
Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace missing teenager from the March area in Fenland.
A Wisbech driver has been banned for his second drug-driving offence in two years.
A driver injured in a crash that claimed the life of a Wisbech woman has died nearly a month after the accident.
A new thermal imaging camera will be used during Environment Agency patrols to clampdown on illegal fishing.
A six-year-old schoolboy is set to follow in his mum's fundraising footsteps when he takes on a sponsored walk in aid of a children's hospital ward.
Residents of a Fenland housing estate have said their own thank-you to the NHS and in particular Doddington Hospital.
A giant green ogre is set to invade a Fenland Theatre this weekend when the RATz Theatre Company bring their latest offering to the stage.
Cambridgeshire parents with children starting secondary school next September are reminded they must apply for a place before the end of this month.
A thriving community café has weathered the worst of the Covid pandemic to celebrate its third anniversary.
Police in Wisbech have been under-cover over the last few days as they tackle issues of anti-social behaviour and drugs in the town centre and park.
The business manager at a Wisbech school has completed a marathon effort to raise charity funds in memory of her dad.
A tragic Fenland woman was stabbed to death by her boyfriend on the same night she wanted to break up with him, her devastated parents have revealed.
Fifteen serving Cambridgeshire police officers have had sexual assault claims made against them in the past five years according to new figures.
A man who admitted raping and sexually abusing three children has been sentenced to 14 years in prison.
Village magazine the Doddington Diary is celebrating after being awarded a financial boost in National Lottery funding.
A charity that supports people with disabilities has found colourful way to highlight National Hate Crime Awareness Week.
Fenland has been given a £200,000 share of new government funding to help build new homes on underused and derelict land in the district.
The granddaughter of a dedicated Wisbech Town supporter and a former player is asking people to pay tribute to him by raising money in his honour.
There were some conkering champions created at the annual Wisbech Lions Bonkers for Conkers contest.