A Fenland man has been jailed for being concerned in the supply of cocaine in Thetford.
Organisers of a charity coffee morning have been blown away by its success after raising more than £1,700.
Members of a Fenland school’s choir joined their voices to those of a prestigious chorister group on Thursday (3).
Aspiring Emma Watsons and Tom Hollands took to the stage at the weekend to perform a play written especially for young performers.
Wisbech mayor Andrew Lynn enjoyed all the fun of the fair on Friday (4) as he officially opened the town's annual Mart.
A Fenland church has seen its Processional Cross under-go major repairs thanks to a war hero’s family who helped with funding.
As the anniversary of the death of Fenland woman Nikey Robinson draws near her mother Caron has launched her latest fundraising bid.
A new plan to reduce the risk of flooding in Cambridgeshire over the next five years has been approved.
A project aimed at helping feed families and cut excess food going to landfill has celebrated its first anniversary.
Letters from across the world have flooded into a Fenland care home following an appeal for penpals.
Local arts groups are at the front of the queue when it comes to bidding for a share of £75million of Government levelling up cash for culture.
An NHS trust is hoping Fenland GPs will help ease problems with a backlog blood tests in the area.
A band of determined volunteers are hoping to breath new life into a village hall and with it the community at large.
Thousands of swans and geese will be safer when they fly thanks to a dedicated team that goes out in all weathers to erect bird diverters.
Pupils at a Wisbech school have been learning more about a project aimed at making the town's historic St Peter's Church fit for the 21st century.
More than 100 students at a Wisbech academy have taken part in a special event to promote a love of problem solving.
Frontline agencies across Fenland have been working together to help people spot the signs of abusive relationships.
A new car park for Manea Railway Station is now set to be completed in April 2022 after several key milestones were reached.
The highly successful holiday voucher scheme currently operating in Cambridgeshire has been extended until the end of March 2023.
Users of March rail station are being advised about a temporary closure of the car park, as improvement work nears completion.