It’s a case of Walpole pothole woe according to a frustrated driver who has had to pay over £250 for his damaged car.
Six men have been sentenced for their parts in a prison disorder in which snooker balls, tables and chairs were hurled at officers.
Nine in every 10 rape cases in Cambridgeshire are closed by police because of evidential difficulties, figures show.
Fenland Tories have already seen success in tomorrow’s (Thursday) local elections without a vote being cast.
It was business as usual today (Monday) for three local people who completed the London Marathon yesterday for charity.
Pupils and staff from Wisbech Grammar School travelled to Southampton to take part in the ‘Student Robotics 2019’ Competition.
There was a Viking invasion in Fenland this weekend - but it was all in the name of fun.
A national childbirth organisation is looking for mums to join a training project to help support other mothers in Fenland.
Wisbech couple Ian and Evelyn Duffy are to hand over a life-saving machine in memory of daughter Suzanne, who died in 2005 from 'adult cot death'.
Wisbech Foodbank provided 3,006 three-day emergency food parcels to local people between April 2018 to March 2019 with 901 going to children
A dozen career criminals in Cambridgeshire dodged immediate prison time last year despite having more than 75 previous offences, figures show.
Animal charity the RSPCA received more than 180 calls last year with concerns about some of Cambridgeshire's more unusual pets, new figures show.
A Fenland grandmother is waging a one woman war on plastic use in local supermarkets.
Two years on and one man’s fight for Fenland to have its own flag is still going strong.
Arson has been blamed for a fire at a Wisbech food store in the early hours of this morning (Wednesday).
Public Health experts across Cambridgeshire are encouraging more parents to vaccinate their children to keep them safe from life threatening diseases.
The number of dine-and-dashers running off without paying in Cambridgeshire has more than doubled in three years.
Multiple sclerosis sufferers in Fenland have likely lost part of their mobility benefit under the new system, data reveals.
A Fenland family have issued a massive thank you after a passing stranger helped pull a grandfather from his sinking car and saved his life.
A member of Long Sutton Men's Shed has praised the group for the support given during months of gruelling cancer treatment.