A town choir is hoping to be on song to help raise cash to help save the Empress Swimming Pool in Chatteris.
Cannabis with a street value of around £35,000 has been seized by police this morning.
Exciting plans for a new and improved skate park in March can now go ahead after the final funding needed to start work was secured.
Plans for a five-storey development including retail on the ground-floor and 15 residential flats above will see a town centre eye-sore demolished.
A man subjected a newly-qualified paramedic to a terrifying ordeal by taking her hostage in his caravan at knife point.
People who put lives at risk through drink and drug driving are being targeted as part of a summer campaign.
A charity effort launched to help the homeless has been forced to close following concerns over anti-social behaviour.
Open invitation by 20Twenty Productions to a special memorial this evening (Tuesday) to grieve the loss of one their members killed in a car crash.
Students at a Fenland school will be turning yellow on Thursday for a life-saving charity which has helped some of their own.
Chatteris Empress Pool set for new debate at July's town council meeting despite its previous decision not to support it becoming a community asset.
Emneth Academy, part of the Eastern Multi-Academy Trust, held their first ever Emneth Academy Colour Run on Friday (14
A local cyclist completed a charity bike ride in memory of both his mother and grandmother who died of the same heart condition.
A March foursome celebrated a double victory on Saturday - not only did they break a world record, they also raised £1,000s for charity.
Two public information days will update residents on the work that is to be carried out.
Equipment that could potentially save the lives of mourners attending funerals in the county has been installed at Fenland Crematorium in March.
What started as a hobby to keep healthy has led to one Manea man taking on one of the most gruelling marathons in the world.
The number of people prosecuted in Cambridgeshire for viewing indecent images of children has dropped in the last decade, bucking the national trend.
A Wisbech family thank their lucky stars they were not seriously injured when a BMW ploughed through a brick wall to land just feet from their home.
Police have still been unable to identify the body of a man pulled from a river despite a public appeal for help.
An IT worker from Chatteris will be swapping his keyboard for a motorbike next weekend for a 1,000 mile charity ride.