Hard working sports students at a Wisbech school are heading towards the half term break with prizes for their homework.
Additional support will again be made available over the May half term for eligible families affected by the pandemic and the rising cost of living.
Volunteers and residents in Benwick have brought a piece of village history back to life as part of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Darryl Preston, Cambridgeshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, has launched a new Safer Communities Fund to tackle local crime and disorder issues.
Two charities are in the money thanks to a Wisbech-based company's generous donations.
Councillor Susan Wallwork became Wisbech’s latest town mayor at the mayor-making ceremony, held in the council chamber at the Town Hall.
More than 60 knives and other weapons were handed in to police last week as part of a county-wide amnesty.
Cambridgeshire County Council has joined in partnership with the trade union, UNISON, to becoming an anti-racist organisation.
A village school has seen its Ofsted rating rise from "requires improvement" to now being "good" following a recent inspection.
Young Street Priders of the future are joining the fight against litter with the launch of a new club at their Fenland school.
A special birthday was celebrated in Leverington when the village’s Street Pride group gathered to mark 10 years keeping the community tidy.
With the newly developed March Railway Station now officially open, a stunning new drone video has captured the full extent of the improvements made.
A burglar who played his part in stealing a £57,000 BMW has been jailed for three years.
For over 70 years a village church has been filled with music played on its organ by just woman, Mary Beeston.
A man who caused the death of a co-worker after crashing into him while under the influence of drugs has been jailed.
A teenager who went on a week-long crime spree in Wisbech, including two robberies, has been jailed.
Two people have been arrested following a collision which left a man with serious injuries in Wisbech last night (Sunday).
Yesterday's (Sunday) sunshine brought the biggest ever crowds to a local railway attraction with hundreds turning out.
A date has been set for the upcoming Chatteris Parish Poll, called for by residents at the annual town meeting.
Tea, cake and trains were all part of an open day organised by the Friends of March Railway Station.