Cambridgeshire's new road gritter has a new name thanks to a charity launched in memory of a former Neale-Wade student.
A 24-year-old Wisbech woman who has admitted drug-driving is hoping to escape a disqualification.
A driver was stopped last night (Friday) in Kooremen Avenue, Wisbech after he was seen speeding.
The future of women's fashion chain Bonmarché, which has a branch in Wisbech is in doubt with news the company has appointed administrators.
Yesterday (Friday) Chatteris Branch Royal British Legion launched its Poppy Appeal campaign for this year.
They have the same name and were born just one day apart - now they have both completed the same university course.
A family has been helped to dig up bitter-sweet memories of an ancestor to be proud of by Wisbech and Fenland Museum.
'These proposals will enhance the facilities on the site and the surrounding employment area and also the local economy.'
A new business has moved into the area to help keep gutters and paths clean
Cambridgeshire Constabulary has today (Friday) welcomed 16 new recruits to its ranks.
A member of the public took control of the situation when a drunken Wisbech man smashed a car’s rear window with a punch.
Police executed a search warrant this evening (Thursday) to recover a stolen moped.
A Manea family has welcomed news that MP Sir John Hayes has joined the fight to make life-changing drugs free on the NHS to cystic fibrosis sufferers.
The mother of a 10-year-old girl who suffered a stroke is sharing her story to raise awareness of the condition.
A Fenland family are "so over the moon" after a life-saving donor has been found for their baby.
A college held a coffee morning for Macmillan and raised an impressive £367.211
Plans to change a uniform at a Fenland secondary school have resulted in a public outcry by parents over the cost and look of what is being proposed.
A Wisbech school's new new pre-school got off to a fairytale start when it was officially opened by Cinderella.
It is the third time a conduct complaint has been made against Coun Steve Tierney, and the third time it has been thrown out at the pre-sift stage.
Planning approval has been granted for demolition of buildings in Wisbech High Street forming the first stage of an exciting redevelopment project.