A blot on Wisbech High Street is set to get for regeneration as Fenland Council agrees to action to buy it.
Tydd St Giles parish church was filled with colourful displays for the annual flower festival at the weekend.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary's new Chief Constable has officially taken up his post.
Doddington-based Nathanael Wilson has just turned eight years old, but he has always had a passion for drawing and painting.
Last year John Richardson’s pumpkin was the second largest grown in East Anglia and raised hundreds of pounds for Children In Need.
Two village councillors are tackling the issue of speeding by setting up a Community Speed Watch group.
A former March GP and his wife is to give a talk in the town exactly a year after they were captured while doing medical missionary work in Nigeria.
Three brothers have been recognised for the courage and bravery they showed while one of them battled an extremely rare form of cancer.
Two Fenland councillors could face a conduct hearing after an official complaint by the Cambridgeshire Bus, Coach and Taxi Association.
An 'unloved' property on Wisbech's historic North Brink is to get a make-over that will 'enhance and maintain' its history for future generations.
Wisbech Lions Club has announced Bethany Hancock as the local overall winner of the Peace Poster Competition.
More than £1m of investment will be pumped into Fenland’s leisure centres when Freedom Leisure takes over their management and operation in December.
Since 2010 the number of hairdressers, barbers and nail bars in Fenland has risen from 35 to 60 – that’s an increase of 71 per cent.
A chance to gain valuable experience as a winter volunteer is being offered at a Wisbech museum dedicated to the town’s most famous daughter.
A Fenland scout leader will be flying high and taking the plunge for charity this weekend.
Drivers are facing a 50 mile diversion following a crash on the A47 between Wisbech and Guyhirn last night (Monday) which has closed the road.
They haven't even started running Fenland's leisure centres but already the firm appointed to run them has given Wisbech Indoor Bowls Club the boot.
Fenland District Council has agreed a stay of execution on the introduction of charges for the disposal of clinical waste including diabetic needles.
The Tansy beetle was thought to exist at just two sites in the UK, but has now been found for the first time in Norfolk, at the Welney Wetland Centre.
GP surgeries in Wisbech have announced they will be offering extended opening hours to patients.