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.
Barclays Bank has confirmed it will be closing its Wisbech branch later this summer.
The Fenland Farmers Lodge of the Freemasons have donated £650 to Facet.
Purple bunting streamed from the rafters and displays of flowers decorated the windows as Chatteris parish church filled to capacity on Sunday.
Students at Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech have helped the town's Royal British Legion Branch to celebrate its 100th birthday.
Residents are being invited to have their say on plans, to develop a new household recycling centre (HRC) in March.
It was a case of carry on regardless in March on Sunday when Eddie's Artworks hosted a party for its members.
Chatteris Midsummer Festival will return to full force this summer after being cancelled in 2020 and scaled down in 2021.
Camp outs at home, zoom cookery sessions and challenges all helped a Chatteris Beaver achieve the coveted Bronze Scout Award.
At 9.28pm on Friday (3) a crew from March was called to a fire on Robingoodfellows Lane in the town.
Sunday's dismal weather failed to dampen the spirits of residents in one March street as they marked the Queen's Jubilee.
It was all fun and games in Upwell on Saturday for the village's Jubilee celebrations.
Members of the Wisbech and North Nene Branch of the Mothers' Union got in the party spirit at their most recent meeting.
Two army officers, a youth football coach and an NHS health advisor were among the new recruits passing out at force HQ.
A prolific shoplifter spotted with stolen items by a Neighbourhood Policing Officer in Wisbech on Saturday is due to appear in court tomorrow (6).
Families had fun in the sun at a Jubilee party hosted by a Manea Royal British Legion on Saturday afternoon.
A Scottish WW1 hero’s 1931 Alvis 12/60 TK BEETLEBACK TOURER is one of just 43 known survivors and is estimated to be worth £40,000 to £50,000.