College of West Anglia's Jake Mattless scored 100% in his Microsoft Office Specialist qualification to secure a place in MOS Four Nations Final.
A clean-up of Sutton St Edmund by the Pride in South Holland team has been praised.
A March family had plenty to celebrate at a recent get together at the town's Two-Ten restaurant.
Fewer than 1,000 Fenland people have signed a petition calling for the Government to revoke Article 50 and for Britain to stay in the EU.
A Wisbech town councillor has become the fifth Conservative to leave the party to join a new group of Fenland independents
A teenager has been charged with the Christmas Day assault on Chatteris man Robert 'Speedy' Lea - who is still recovering in hospital.
Being the best at losing wouldn’t normally help win an award - yet one Chatteris man has done that after being named the town’s ‘Greatest Loser’ 2019.
Businesses in a Fenland town have launched a new initiative to help combat the lack of banking facilities.
Robert Goddard is to close its March store to allow the business to focus on expanding its existing stores, open new ones and on its website.
Business leaders fear a Fenland town won’t recover from the proposed closure of its last remaining bank, claiming a massive impact on traders.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite has led the signing of a deal which could save Cambridgeshire’s police force £2 million a year.
A man who was caught red-handed burgling a property in Chatteris has been jailed for more than two years.
Police investigating the theft of snowdrops in Walsingham have charged three people – two from Fenland.
New and expectant mothers in Fenland will be receiving their care in the first Midwifery Community Hub.
A Wisbech woman who spent decades raising awareness of a rare disease which saw families lose their children has spoken on National Rare Illness Day.
Local people are being asked to add their voice to a new move to make IVF treatment free in our area to those struggling with infertility.
A massive investment at a Wisbech school aims to bring ‘far-reaching benefits’ for pupils from September including attracting international students.
Brodie the Cockerpoo joined the school just before Christmas
Marshland High School wants to build an extension to provide a new science block with a classroom, science studio, preparation room and toilets.
Fenland District Council spends tens of thousands of pounds more on street lights compared with five years ago, figures reveal.