Around 20,000 fewer free dental treatments were carried out in Cambs in 2017, with dentists saying a "hostile environment" is to blame.
After losing almost two stone with Slimming World, Sally Shipley realised one of her life long dreams of helping others by becoming a consultant.
Plans to improve Manea and Whittlesey railway stations have taken a major step forward, as detailed work to develop chosen schemes get underway.
Members of March Slimming World groups took part in the local park run at West End Park to help raise cash for cancer.
A trial scheme aimed at improving emergency health care in community hospitals has been extended for a year but two Fen pilots have yet to start.
Plans to increase a development of homes in Elm from 20 to 27 units has sparked fears the village could soon be consumed as a suburb of Wisbech.
For the past 12 years dedicated Outwell couple Arthur and Rita Cuss have done their bit for the planet and recycled old newspapers.
A charity night out led to a March man being diagnosed with one of the most common forms of cancer.
St John’s Church, March is holding a special service to mark World Suicide Prevention Day on Monday September 10.
Eleven new on-call firefighters have joined fire stations across Cambridgeshire after completing a three month training programme.
Fast chewers put their gnashers to the test in the annual Skylark Garden Centre sweetcorn eating championships.
Problems with drug users and rough sleepers have prompted the boarding up of a local cemetery chapel.
Students in Cambridgeshire have achieved improved GCSE results this year despite changes to the grading system.
Over 500 people are calling for Fenland District Council to abandon plans to charge for disposing of clinical waste including diabetic needles.
Seven cadets from 1220 (March) Squadron Air Cadets completed the expedition section of their Silver Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.
Official estimates show between July 2015 and June 2016 1,803 more long-term migrants arrived from abroad in Cambridgeshire than left.
Driving rain and slippery conditions failed to halt March postie Nick Winterton delivering funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
Two Chatteris households have been left counting the costs after a car ploughed off the road during a high speed police chase.
Volunteers have put hours and hours of work to slowly breath new life into Wisbech Castle over the past months.
Wisbech Grammar School sees results remain stable in this year's GCSEs.