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.
A man has died following a collision on the A141 March by-pass this morning.
Police are currently at the scene of a serious collision on the A141 March by-pass.
A major town centre road had to be closed after a BMW driver lost control of his car and crashed into a brick wall.
Author and National Literacy Hero, Richard O’Neill spent a 'literally brilliant' day working with pupils at a Wisbech School.
A time capsule with pictures of people lost during the pandemic has been buried by a local care and rehab centre.
Contractors carrying out improvements at March rail station have unearthed an ancient ticket ledger from when the station opened over 130 years ago.
Parents of pupils who use school transport provided by Cambridgeshire County Council are being warned there may be disruption due to a lack of drivers
The Wisbech mayor and mayoress have paid a visit to the town's Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre to find out more about what's on offer for patients.
Over 200 people took the chance to take a peek inside an historic Fenland venue which once hosted names like the Rolling Stones and Shirley Bassey.
Ambitious plans to relocate a popular town museum have taken another step forward with the submission of a planning application this week.
A bomb hoax yesterday afternoon (Sunday) led to a hotel and neighbouring homes and businesses to be evacuated.
It was a night to come together, to celebrate and recognise volunteers’ efforts through the pandemic and to plan for the year ahead.
A six-year-old Fenland girl and two of her school friends will be making a splash to help raise cash for the emergency service that helped her sister.
Described as part heritage centre, part shop and part support centre the new Wisbech Community Hub officially opened its doors this week.
Aerospace company Aerotron Composites showcased its state of the art facility in Chatteris and highlighted plans for future growth this week.
The campaign against an incinerator for Wisbech was taken up another notch - with protestors’ views aired loud and clear in Westminster.
A driver involved in a crash at Guyhirn was almost four and a half times over the drink-drive limit.
An investigation is under-way following the discovery of a body in Wisbech yesterday (Thursday) lunchtime.
The future of a Fenland museum is up in the air after ownership of its site changed hands earlier this summer.