Calling all badminton players Colin Bedford needs you for a charity sponsored game.
A voluntary group which has helped keep its community clean and tidy for ten years has been recognised for its dedication and contribution to Fenland.
Poisoned arrows are part of a new exhibition at Wisbech Museum in the first of a planned series about the anti-slavery movement.
A Wisbech woman who is facing a major operation after being diagnosed with cancer is urging other women to get themselves checked out.
Fenland has lost five cash machines in just six months, figures suggest, amid warnings that the UK's cash system is "falling apart".
Some of Wisbech Town Football Club's well-known former stars will be dusting off their boots to line-up for a charity match next weekend.
A Chatteris care home has been rated good in all five areas including care and leadership by government inspectors.
With the news the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have named their baby Archie, the name will no doubt soon be gaining popularity around the world.
MP and Brexit Minister Steve Barclay has blamed an "oversight" for his name being on a list of MPs whose parliamentary credit cards were suspended.
A Fenland teacher who has achieved a 100 per cent pass rate for her students has been designated as a specialist leader of education.
A topical exhibition drawing attention to the devastation mankind is wreaking on the environment opens at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House in Wisbech.
A former builder's merchants site in Chatteris is set to be developed for up to seven homes if a planning application is approved.
Assaults in Whitemoor Prison hit their highest level on record in 2018, new figures show.
Staff and students at Thomas Clarkson Academy will put their best foot forward to remember long-standing staff member at this year’s Race for Life.
A parliamentary debate date has been set, now a Fenland family wants MP Steve Barclay to be there on June 10.
The Hereward Community Rail Partnership is one of over 40 groups joining forces to showcase some of Britain’s most scenic rail journeys this month.
An Outwell couple enjoyed a surprise party to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary and help raise money for charity.
A significant number of deliberate fires across the county during April has sparked concern for fire officers.
Neglected and abused children in Cambridgeshire are more likely to be in crisis and at risk of serious harm by the time social services reach them.
Only March saw an election for each of its town council wards and as with the district results its electorate served up one or two surprises.