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.
Dog-enthusiast Emily Rice and her four-legged best friend, Holly-Mae have started their summer holidays in style with a week of ‘pawsome’ activities.
Prioritising left behind communities, tackling inequalities and accelerating carbon reduction will be part of a renewed strategy for better transport.
Cambridgeshire's Police Commissioner Darryl Preston has thanked all those who took time to give their view on a new policing plan for the county.
Rural theft has cost Cambridgeshire over £2m as the county remains one of the UK’s worst hit.
A driver is facing possible prosecution for two offences after he was stopped by police in Chatteris.
Work has officially started on a new £3million training facility in Fenland.
A new look March Community Centre is gearing up to re-open for the first time in 18 months from September and is ready to welcome back local groups.
A Fenland park will be rocking this weekend when a town's annual rock festival returns for the first time in two years.
A band of volunteers have walked all the way from Wisbech to Syria - and they haven’t set foot outside the country.
Super heroes, Disney and television favourites all helped to mark the 21st anniversary of March Library at the weekend.
After a sixteen month enforced break, March and District Amateur Operatic Society is preparing for a performance in West End Park later this month.
Despite the pandemic, the Annual Lions Peace Poster Competition still went ahead this year, with the theme ‘We Are All Connected’.
A grandfather who murdered his daughter’s ex-partner in a “frenzied attack” with two knives has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 20 years.
A bungling burglar who targeted a flat in Wisbech was later confronted by the victim while wearing his stolen clothes.
Pregnant women and new mums are being urged to have their Covid jabs.
Stopping a driver using a mobile phone while behind the wheel led to a surprising find for local police on Thursday afternoon.
A teenager from Fenland has been made subject of a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) after being found carrying a weapon ‘to protect himself’.
Targeting criminals, identifying cannabis factories and locating missing people are just some of the jobs carried out by a new mobile eye in the sky.
A major Fenland road is set to close overnight tonight while work continues on an upgrade to a busy roundabout.