Wisbech was rocking yesterday (Sunday) when thousands turned out to enjoy a day at the 'beach' with live music.
Youth and speed prevailed when Leverington Blacks (Under-9s) team took to the field for a charity fundraiser against their parents and carers.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital played an instrumental role in the study of the new Novavax COVID-19 vaccine.
An auction being held in the county next month is offering bidders the chance to buy a piece of Hollywood glamour.
A Fenland-based toy library is continuing to support children with additional needs or disabilities during the school summer holidays.
Shoppers queued in Wisbech to support the campaign for a new hospital to replace the ailing Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn.
Cambridgeshire Fire Service is using new technology to help tackle large scale fires like the one which hit a reservoir and allotment area this week.
Gas company Cadent has launched an investigation following a series of gas leaks across March this week.
Reports are coming in that part of Broad Street in March is currently closed to traffic due to a gas leak.
The Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has backed a campaign to encourage the county’s workforce to get vaccinated.
Shocked police are looking for not one but four people captured on CCTV riding the same motorbike - and not one of them was wearing a helmet.
A dozen supporters of an important restoration programme being carried out at an ancient church were given an inside view of the project this week.
Local anti-slavery activist Thomas Clarkson's campaigning horseback rides across Britain have been re-enacted on two wheels by a 75-year-old cyclist.
A drug dealer found with almost £2,000 worth of cannabis in Chatteris has been ordered to complete 220 hours of unpaid work.
Judges in a garden competition organised by Facebook page Wisbech Community Chest were so impressed by entries they found it hard to pick a winner.
There was lots of activity and fun to be had at the annual Play Day held at the Spinney Adventure Playground in Wisbech on Wednesday.
Two bright young Volunteer Police Cadets (VPC) were scored a first when they were High Sheriff Cadets at a recent awards ceremony.
A Fenland couple are threatening legal action over what they claim is a 'river' running through their home thanks to work by Cambridgeshire Council.
Emergency services are dealing with a gas leak in the Hundred Road area of March.
Wisbech is poised for an historic High Street transformation after revised plans for a new shop and flats at ‘The Gap’ were given the go-ahead.