A motorcyclist who hit a child as she walked along Station Road in March is being sought by police.
Saturday was a right royal occasion for a Wisbech Scout Leader who has dedicated over 75 years to the scouting movement.
Plans for a new secondary school in Wisbech are in “tatters” according to Fenland councillors as a search is under-way for a new proposed site.
A Fenland county councillor is calling for mental health hubs to be set up across Cambridgeshire to make it easier for young people to access support.
A Wisbech St Mary man is to stand trial accused of driving a car without consent and crashing it into two parked vehicles before hitting a house.
Villagers may have missed out on their annual festive feast but it meant an early Christmas present for a local charity.
Flats plan could see part of landmark hotel become HMO
Extra measures are being advised in local schools as Fenland features in the top 20 places in the country with the fastest rising Covid rates.
A Fenland library has been chosen for a new pilot scheme to help encourage disadvantaged families to use it and encourage children to read more.
As two national schemes offering financial assistance during COVID-19 come to an end families are being urged not to miss out on free school meals.
There will be no chance of students at a Wisbech school missing a literary theme this week when the written word will be taking centre stage.
Cambridgeshire Police has received £417,000 to help make the county's streets safer for all but particularly for women and girls.
Lego enthusiasts young and old descended on Murrow Village Hall at the weekend for the second annual celebration of the favourite construction toy.
A police officer who spent much of the summer tackling anti-social behaviour in a Fen town is spearheading the fight for permanent youth facilities.
Work to help create a better home for one of the country’s rarest beetles has been going on at a local wetland centre.
A landworker injured in a fluke gardening accident has released his fourth electronic dance music album this month.
Changes to lateral flow test collections from pharmacies came into force today (4).
Three schoolgirls took to the water to raise cash for an emergency ambulance service that aided a sister.
Suave and sophisticated was the order of the day for cinema-goers to the Luxe on Friday night for the launch of the latest Bond movie.
Fenland Council has again been reaccredited with the Cabinet Office’s prestigious Customer Service Excellence Standard after an annual inspection.