A Fenland runner has launched a fundraising bid in memory of his dad as he gears up to run next year’s London Marathon.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough people's views have led to a national review of travel to and from health services.
Joshua wanted to say thank-you to his Scout Group for their support while he was suffering with a childhood disease that put him in a wheelchair.
An urgent plea has gone out from friends and family of a Chatteris man who suffered horrific injuries in a Christmas Day attack.
Before he joined March-based Emily's fitness regime, Liam could only manage to walk around 200 yards before he would start to feel breathless.
As the first flakes of snow fall in Arctic Russia, migration has begun for the Bewick’s swans – but how many will make the journey all the way here?
Three local sporting organisations and individuals are in the running for a Living Sports Award 2019.
World War One was still raging, David Lloyd George was Prime Minister and King George V was on the throne when Gladys Kightly was born.
Volunteer police cadets have proudly taken part in a passing out parade.
A charity evening at a local pub raised £900 for the Alzheimer’s Society.
A mum is honouring the memory of her daughter who was sadly killed in a road accident in Portugal in September.
An animal rescue worker and a boy living with a life-limiting illness are among those already nominated in the Wisbech Unsung Heroes Awards 2019.
Nearly 200 residents attended the latest Golden Age event in March library.
Fenland police are appealing for information to locate missing teenager Chloe Colton, aged 16.
Well over 300 people turned out for a free family fun day to celebrate completion of additional work at a Fenland skate park. Picture by Kim Taylor.
She stole £10,000 and spent the cash on scratch cards and gambling vouchers.
At 1.43pm yesterday (Wednesday) one crew from Wisbech was called to a fire on Lynn Road in Wisbech.
Drivers are being asked to avoid the Twenty Foot near Hobbs Lott bridge in March due to a lorry fire.
Officers investigating theft of fishing tackle worth thousands of pounds have released CCTV of two men they would like to speak to about the incident.
A man has been disqualified from keeping any animal for 15 years after he was found guilty of causing unnecessary suffering to a kitten.