A report on the council’s end of year financial position shows Cambridgeshire ended 2021/22 with a £18.7million revenue underspend.
A programme of active travel projects, designed to encourage Cambridgeshire people to walk and cycle across the county, will be delivered shortly.
Do you use hand car washes? If so then the police are looking for your help when you take your car this weekend.
Runners will pound the pavement and grass around a Fenland school to raise further funds for a schoolgirl being treated for cancer and her family.
An independent, expert safety study on both the northern and southern sections of the busway has been published by Cambridgeshire County Council.
Many couples who were seeking to marry or form a civil partnership were heavily impacted by the Covid-19, along with associated businesses.
Police have launched an investigation after cannabis worth almost a quarter of a million pounds was found at a house in Wisbech.
Some well-known names from Chatteris Town Football Club's past are taking to the pitch next month for a charity match in memory of a club stalwart.
Plans for a single house on a site in Wisbech have been rejected because the application does not include any garden for the property.
Over 200 school children from Cambridgeshire returned to the East of England Showground to harvest their potato crops with Kids Country.
People are being warned to take extra precautions as a level 3 heatwave alert makes its way across Cambridgeshire.
Residents in Cambridgeshire are being urged to get cycling or walking to help reduce air pollution as part of Clean Air Day 2022.
Sporty students at Marshland High School have enjoyed the trip of a lifetime after travelling to Spain on a hockey and basketball tour.
Pupils and staff at Friday Bridge School are celebrating after Ofsted has rated the school 'Good', recognising its commitment to succeed.
A new library at a Fenland school has seen an increase in a love of reading according a report published this week.
Greater Anglia is advising people to only travel if absolutely necessary and expect severe disruption as national rail strikes next week.
Wenny Meadow, Chatteris' historic former Manor Park, has not been allocated for housing in a draft Local Plan.
The death of well-known and loved Wisbech woman Helen McKee, on Friday (10) has been described by friends and family as losing a beacon of light.
One of the country's most bashed railway bridges has been hit again this morning.
A man from Chatteris has been sentenced after being caught drug dealing in the Fenland town.