A March family has once again lit up their home for charity and this year have chosen Great Ormond Street Hospital in memory of a friend's baby.
More than 30 Christmas trees filled St Augustine's Church in Wisbech at the weekend as the annual festival returned after two years.
Cambridgeshire has been granted an extension of its Enhanced Area Status for three weeks to build on encouraging progress.
'It was good to be back' - that was the view of organisers of a Festive Last Night at the Proms event in Wisbech on Saturday night.
Police were called to a venue in March after a fight broke out with up to 100 people said to be involved.
Crowds were undeterred by Sunday's cold and blustery weather and went along to enjoy a bit of festive spirit at the Christmas Market in March.
The curtain goes up tomorrow (Saturday) on the Angles Theatre in Wisbech's hugely popular annual pantomime.
Visiting restrictions to care homes have been lifted in updated Government guidance. But has this made a difference for families?
A Fenland church is set to be filled with dazzling lights and tinsel as it's popular Christmas Tree Festival returns this year.
Nearly 950 people have moved into employment after completing courses run by Cambridgeshire Skills over a 12 month period.
A motorist who was found over the drink-drive limit on public premises in Bircham Newton has avoided a ban.
A Wisbech driver who only passed his test in July has been banned for excess alcohol.
A Wisbech hairdresser is celebrating after scooping a bronze medal in a prestigious national competition.
An accountants firm seeking to create a hub employing up to 45 people has submitted new plans for the building.
Up to 200 new full-time jobs could be created if a former vegetable packing place is given a new lease of life by planners.
Maths has been top of the class for Wisbech students who have been taking part in tough challenges in the subject recently.
A crash between a car and a lorry on the Sixteen Foot Bank near Christchurch has resulted in one man being hospitalised.
Fenland’s ongoing fight against modern slavery was recognised this week during a royal visit to Wisbech.
A project aimed at getting more people involved with the arts is to share in a multi-million pounds worth of lottery funding.
A woman is due to appear in court in connection with a burglary at a pub.