A drug dealer threw ammonia in a woman’s face following a dispute over a mobile phone and £30.
A deliberate stack fire has had crews tackling it since the early hours of this morning (6), stopping them from being able for other emergencies.
A man has been arrested in Wisbech this morning (June 6) in connection with keyless car thefts.
A driver who caused a crash which seriously injured his passenger and an eight-year-old girl has been sentenced at Peterborough Crown Court.
Priory Farm in West Walton, part of the Co-op Farming Group, is opening to the public this Sunday (9) for the national Open Farm Sunday campaign.
Kett Autopaints Ltd has been working with the College of West Anglia’s (CWA) Wisbech students to help train highly-skilled bodyshop technicians.
Around £500,000 will be spent in Fenland for the academic year 19/20 to deliver skills courses.
Plans for 33 homes in Wisbech have been refused by Fenland planning officers because there is a "high probability of flooding".
A taste of fine dining with a twist of the Mediterranean deep south attracted a full house at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House in Wisbech.
Water company to share millions of litres of water with local farmers to protect crop yields.
A Chatteris charity group has put a shout out for local artists as it plans a fundraising event.
A Fenland woman has taken charity fundraising to a whole new level – by undertaking a year’s worth of volunteering and event organising.
A train horn saved the life of a track worker on the Peterborough main line, now new guidelines have been brought in to prevent future incidents.
A Fenland woman who received the British Empire Medal for her services to her village and the Methodist Church has rubbed shoulders with royalty.
Police are urging employers across the county to sign up to a scheme that supports their staff to volunteer as police constables.
Dozens of Fenland home owners have taken advantage of new laws allowing them to build bigger extensions without planning permission, new figures show.
They are now in to the big countdown for the Anglia in Bloom competition in Chatteris, once again going for the gold award.
A husband and wife team and two brothers are stepping on to the oche tomorrow (Thursday) for a record breaking attempt in aid of charity.
South African teachers at the Thomas Clarkson Academy brought a tradition from their home country with a special event celebrating mums and daughters.
Fenland drivers felt the full force of the law at the weekend with two vehicles seized and another motorist caught drink driving.