Villagers have defeated plans to convert a former eatery into a house of multiple occupation with Fenland's planning committee rejecting the proposal.
Part of a busy town centre road has been closed this morning prompting traffic issues.
A young playwright is experiencing a taste of London’s top stages as his work has been recognised by judges at the National Theatre.
A March postie has delivered for charity yet again after completing his latest ultra hike.
A man is due in court today (Monday) in connection with an armed robbery at a service station in Chatteris on Saturday evening (21 August).
A driver had to be cut from his car after it careered into a bungalow in March last night (Friday).
From the people that brought Charity Cabaret to Cambridgeshire in 2018, 2019 and 2020 comes the long awaited return of Phoxy Qurvy Productions.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary has teamed up with six other police forces in the Eastern Region in an effort to tackle hare coursing.
A Chatteris science firm is looking to recruit up to 25 new members of staff and is holding a special open day to highlight the job opportunities.
A Walpole Highway man smashed a TV and threw an Xbox One console out of the window after a row with his ex-partner.
How would you like to engage with museum collections online? That's what Wisbech and Fenland Museum is asking local people.
A 29-year-old man has been sentenced to four years in prison following a number of incidents in the Wisbech area.
Recovery is under-way following this morning's crash on a rail crossing in March.
Over 18,000 vouchers have been sent to families of children across Cambridgeshire receiving free school meals.
A crash between a freight train and tractor has derailed three wagons and is causing major delays on routes across Cambridgeshire
Pilots from RAF Wittering attended a special service at Whitemoor Prison Nature Reserve in arch to remember the crew of a WWII Wellington Bomber.
A special constable, who once helped run March Neighbourhood Watch, has been sacked for gross misconduct.
Officers from the Neighbourhood Policing Team conducted patrols yesterday evening in and around two villages after reports of anti-social behaviour.
Repairs are due to be carried out today to a town centre’s pavements after a man ended up in A&E.
The need for Covid testing remains as high as ever in our despite rules around self-isolation changing as cases of the virus continue to rise.