Hunstanton lifeboat together with HM Coastguard officers from Sutton Bridge was paged to search for a missing crew member in Wisbech port.
More grant schemes to help local businesses survive the latest coronavirus restrictions have been launched by Fenland Council.
A Fenland couple claim they were treated like "criminals" when they tried to shop together at a local supermarket.
A Fenland village now has a centrally located life-saving defibrillator thanks to the help of one fundraising family and the parish council.
A woman who wanted to be an undertaker since the age of 14 has now opened her own business.
Fenland police officers are warning of the dangers of inhaling nitrous oxide after recovering over 500 discarded canisters of the gas.
A desperate pet owner is offering a £500 reward after his dog disappeared from the garden of his March home on Friday evening.
Allegations of "malpractices" by an anonymous whistle-blower have prompted an internal investigation at a Fenland factory.
Police have stepped up patrols following an increase in reports concerning unroadworthy motorcycles being used dangerously.
This morning officers carried out a Section 23 Misuse Of Drugs Act Warrant.
Yesterday marked the eighth anniversary of one of Wisbech’s must disturbing murder cases, the savage killing of pensioner Una Crown.
Thirty-eight more deaths have been recorded at hospital in today's figures.
The total death toll at a hospital serving the area since the start of the pandemic has now passed 250.
Wisbech Minor Injury Unit is to once again temporarily close with staff being deployed to help elsewhere with the ongoing pandemic.
A Fenland IT specialist is doing his bit to help area school children with their home schooling.
As pictures of woefully inadequate school meal packages circulate online, we went to Asda armed with £30 to show what children should be getting.
Education secretary Gavin Williamson has announced teacher assessment will replace GCSE, AS and A-Level exams.
A Fenland school has made an urgent appeal to help its pupils get online so they can do home learning during this latest lockdown.
The former Mepal Outdoor Centre which is currently the focus of plans for a new crematorium is home to protected species according to two studies.
Fenlanders affected by flooding are being asked to report issues to local county councillors in a move to "get to the bottom" of the area's problems.