Excitement ran high at Rose Lodge in Wisbech where residents and staff made Jubilee-themed decorations and baked up a storm for the Queen's Jubilee.
A specialist care provider gave residents a royal celebration to remember to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend.
Visiting restrictions are being further relaxed at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.
A low-speed police pursuit by Fenland police ended when the moped collided with the patrol car.
Anglian Water has become the first water company to partner with a leading kidney charity to offer patients extra help.
A family-friendly sculpture trail of prehistoric proportions is stomping onto the streets of Norwich and Norfolk this summer.
An Upwell man has been warned that he is on his last chance of failing to comply with a court order.
Huntingdonshire has been revealed as the safest place to live in Cambridgeshire, with just 1.45 burglaries reported per 1,000 people last year.
NSPCC has revealed child cruelty and neglect offences in the East of England increased by 20 per cent over the last two years.
Councillors are due to sign off on a package of schemes aimed at winning Government cash from its levelling up funding at a meeting on Monday.
March Postie Nick Winterton is set to take on two gruelling challenges to raise cash for a cause close to his heart.
The residents, family and friends of Norwood Avenue in March held a Street Party on Sunday(5) to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee.
Pupils at a Wisbech school have been given a behind the scenes look at a project which has seen the town's historic St Peter's Church updated.
Fenland police have issued a warning and launched an investigation after a woman was scammed out of almost £1,000 by online crooks.
"I am very conscious that today's annual meeting has perhaps more attention than our regular meetings."
Fenland District Council has honoured The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee by installing the first of four new commemorative benches in the district.
Thirty-eight homes will be built on a village brownfield site despite objections to the plans by residents and councillors.
Employment related claims could see the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA) unable to meet its statutory obligations.
Neale-Wade Academy is celebrating the success of Year 9 students in completing the national university access Scholars Programme.
A town has voted to have an historic meadow designated as a local green space in a bid to save it from development.