Pupils and staff at Friday Bridge School are celebrating after Ofsted has rated the school 'Good', recognising its commitment to succeed.
A new library at a Fenland school has seen an increase in a love of reading according a report published this week.
Greater Anglia is advising people to only travel if absolutely necessary and expect severe disruption as national rail strikes next week.
Wenny Meadow, Chatteris' historic former Manor Park, has not been allocated for housing in a draft Local Plan.
The death of well-known and loved Wisbech woman Helen McKee, on Friday (10) has been described by friends and family as losing a beacon of light.
One of the country's most bashed railway bridges has been hit again this morning.
A man from Chatteris has been sentenced after being caught drug dealing in the Fenland town.
Nearly 80 per cent of people in this region have been targeted by a scammer so far this year as the cost-of-living crisis bites, new research shows.
Cambridgeshire pensioners struggling with the rising cost of living can apply for support from the Household Support Fund.
Three friends have a drive to raise funds for a charity close to their hearts and are teeing up to take on a major golfing challenge.
Arsonists have been blamed for a fire which destroyed a maze in the gardens of a local tourist attraction.
Jubilation by campaigners fighting to save a town's historic manor parkland has turned to dismay following a last minute amendment to draft town plan.
A man has died following a collision on the A47 near Thorney Toll on Saturday evening (11 June).
The third ‘Celebrate the Fens’ event is this weekend, and it promises to be bigger and better than previous years.
A village show returned for the first time in two years and attracted record breaking crowds.
After two years away, March Gala, organised by March Lions, returned to West End Park this month.
The NHS Blood and Transplant Service is urging people in Cambridgeshire to give blood as new targets reveal 1,000 new donors are needed in the region.
A fundraising drive to help a schoolgirl and her family is closing in on the £10,000 milestone.
Wisbech Lions laid on a party complete with buffet tea and entertainment for people in the local community on Wednesday to mark the Royal Jubilee.
Excitement ran high at Rose Lodge in Wisbech where residents and staff made Jubilee-themed decorations and baked up a storm for the Queen's Jubilee.