Vaccination teams across Cambridgeshire have been marking one year on from the delivery of the first life-saving Covid-19 jab in the local area.
A tough subject depicted at an exhibition held at Ely Cathedral has helped inspire young artists at a Wisbech academy.
A veteran from the Royal Military Police says he has turned his life around after seeking support from a military force's charity.
Gangland violence, teenage sex and the explosion of Rock ’n’ Roll onto the streets of 1950s London have been brought to life by Wisbech author.
A plea to make sure sex is kept safe and to get tested has been issued following a rise of sexually transmitted infection (STIs) post-lockdown.
A mum has launched a petition calling for better special needs provision in a Fenland town after her son was unable to get a special school place.
Children and staff at Leverington Primary Academy have taken part in a festive 'Rudolph Run'.
Virtual reality technology and how it can be used to bring historical sites to life is the subject of the next online heritage talk.
This Christmas, Jack’s Supermarket has teamed up with the Fenland Citizen to give readers the chance to win a £100 voucher to spend in store.
Kind-hearted Shanice Green admitted being overwhelmed and crying tears of joy after quadrupling her fundraising target for 2021.
A March family has once again lit up their home for charity and this year have chosen Great Ormond Street Hospital in memory of a friend's baby.
More than 30 Christmas trees filled St Augustine's Church in Wisbech at the weekend as the annual festival returned after two years.
Cambridgeshire has been granted an extension of its Enhanced Area Status for three weeks to build on encouraging progress.
'It was good to be back' - that was the view of organisers of a Festive Last Night at the Proms event in Wisbech on Saturday night.
Police were called to a venue in March after a fight broke out with up to 100 people said to be involved.
Crowds were undeterred by Sunday's cold and blustery weather and went along to enjoy a bit of festive spirit at the Christmas Market in March.
The curtain goes up tomorrow (Saturday) on the Angles Theatre in Wisbech's hugely popular annual pantomime.
Visiting restrictions to care homes have been lifted in updated Government guidance. But has this made a difference for families?
A Fenland church is set to be filled with dazzling lights and tinsel as it's popular Christmas Tree Festival returns this year.
Nearly 950 people have moved into employment after completing courses run by Cambridgeshire Skills over a 12 month period.