A team of litter pickers took to the streets and greens of March to make the town a little cleaner.
A Chatteris manufacturer was awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2020, has finally received its trophy.
A paedophile was found with more than 290,000 indecent images of children, including some showing babies being abused.
A Fenland student has sailed through to the national finals in The WorldSkills UK competition dubbed the ‘Skills Olympics’.
The scent of hundreds of flowers filled a Fenland church as it staged its annual flower festival.
A team of volunteers and their leader have both won a charity’s Hearts of Gold Award 2021.
A woman who dedicated over 10 years to nurturing children at a Fenland play area has been remembered with a specially created memorial bench.
Cambridgeshire's mayor Dr Nik Johnson has welcomed backing from the Department for Transport on his plans to create Active Travel schemes in the area.
Eagle-eyed CCTV operators helped police catch a youth carrying weapons in a Fenland park.
A woman has died following a collision in March on Friday (24 September).
The cost of dying should be clearer from now on thanks to a new order by the Competition and Markets Authority.
A Walpole Highway man has been given a two-year community order after causing £800 worth of damage at his ex-partner’s home.
Local pupils have followed the motto "carpe diem" and have seized the day to become among the only children in the local area to be learning Latin.
A major Fenland road is currently closed while emergency services including two air ambulances deal with a three vehicle collision.
Students at a Wisbech academy are among a prestigious group of schools around the world awarded Showcase status by technology giant Microsoft.
Wisbech author Richard Humphries believes that most readers of his new book ‘Journal of our Plague Year 2020-2021’ may not even have been born yet.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink or drug driving following the fatal crash on March by-pass yesterday (Thursday).
The family of a missing Wisbech man who disappeared over 14 years ago have welcomed news his case is once again being looked at.
Car enthusiasts roared into action to help a local woman celebrate her 21st birthday in style.
Late summer sunshine and the chance to enjoy all the fun of the fair meant the opening night of Wisbech Mart was the busiest ever.