It is hoped work can begin this summer on creating a garden for a disabled March boy thanks to the generosity of fundraisers.
Two of the area's busiest roads are to be targeted in a crackdown in a speeding hotspots campaign over the next fortnight.
With record calls, a busy summer, new life-saving equipment and good inspection result, 2018 was a memorable year for Cambridgeshire Fire Service.
Citizens Advice Rural Cambs has won a grant to provide advice to people who need extra support with their energy bills, including the elderly.
Police have obtained a court order in a bid to safeguard potential victims against human trafficking after an investigation at a Fenland car wash.
Anglian Water is launching a new flushability standard for all wet wipes to combat blockages which are currently costing this region £15m a year.
The sons of a former March man who murdered their mother and sister are backing calls for children to be recognised as victims of domestic abuse.
Three new services aimed at helping Fenland people suffering sight loss are to be launched thanks to the Big Lottery Fund.
Top earners in Fenland earn an average of £16,500 more per year than their lower-paid counterparts, figures show.
West Walton schoolboy Willis Ruff cycled around 10 miles to help boost a local school’s minibus appeal.
New improvements are being introduced at a car park in Chatteris in a bid to crackdown on ‘boy racers’ causing anti-social behaviour.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority is proposing up to a three per cent increase to the fire service’s share of council tax for 2019/20.
It has been a whirlwind 12 months for the members of Outwell Slimming World group, who have lost a collective 160 stone.
A charity that helps homeless and vulnerable people has turned its attentions to a new challenge – supporting victims of domestic violence.
Police Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite is asking the public how much they are willing to support policing in a survey launched today (Tuesday).
Two March sisters are organising a special event to raise awareness of prostate cancer.
More than 60 felines fluffed their tales, purred and strutted their stuff at the annual Championship Cat Show for Exotic Short Hairs.
Wisbech and Fenland Museum had a fantastic day of recycling art which was enjoyed by families on Saturday.
Last year (2018) proved to be yet another extremely busy year for Magpas Air Ambulance’s 24/7 service.
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