The occupants of a car ran from police after their vehicle was stopped on Saturday night.
Police arrested a driver in the early hours of this morning (Sunday) after he tested positive for cannabis.
A road which was closed around noon due to an accident is now open again.
Healthwatch Report on how hard it is to get an NHS Dentist in Wisbech and Peterborough, has just published its updated findings.
A man from Friday Bridge was surprised to find himself over the drug-drive limit 12 hours after smoking a cannabis joint.
Students and staff at the Neale-Wade Academy are set to receive professional sport coaching thanks to a new partnership.
Chatteris residents are being asked to help campaigners in their quest to save a much beloved meadow from developers.
Wisbech is set to get a major development boost following the announcement that a nine-acre site off Cromwell Road has finally been sold.
Concerns that a Wisbech store is guilty of selling illicit tobacco have been labelled "laughable" by supporters of its owner.
“The acquisition strengthens Metalcraft’s position as a key player in the nuclear supply chain."
This month sees the start of a boost in neighbourhood officers across Cambridgeshire including in Fenland towns.
Police are appealing for information following a number of thefts from vehicles in Wisbech.
Drug-related deaths in Fenland have reached a record level in the last three years, figures reveal, and now work is being undertaken to identify why.
England's Chief Inspector of Hospitals has given local NHS trust an 'Outstanding' rating following an inspection.
An academy trust looking to open a new school in Fenland has launched a consultation process to ask people what they think.
The College of West Anglia has been awarded the highest accolade available as an employer by the Ministry of Defence (MoD).
A Fenland village school has been rated as 'requires improvement' by government inspectors who found its teaching quality was "too variable".
Fenland councillors will discuss banning the use of Chinese lanterns across the district on land it owns.
Before and after pictures will be taken for minor repairs such as potholes on Cambridgeshire’s roads.
The deal will generate enough revenue to employ 56 social workers, pay for more than 149,000 hours of home care or support 80 people with dementia.