A concerned councillor has vowed to clamp down on anyone selling booze to a gang of youths who are making residents’ lives a misery.
The future is bright for a young business woman who is taking the beauty and aesthetics industry by storm.
Coaches hope the recent return of cricket to free to air television can help to inspire the next generation of stars to take up the game.
Figures show a hospital patient died over the Easter weekend, but the death has only appeared in today's data.
An 84-year-old woman suffered a bleed on the brain in a fall before succumbing to the pandemic, a coroner has heard.
A husband and wife team are working together to build a dream business.
A Fenland school has teamed up with the Children's Laureate as part of a flagship project to transform school libraries.
From beer gardens reopening to barbers once again cutting hair, there will be further easing of lockdown restrictions next week. Here's what changes.
Police officers are continuing to patrol towns to address concerns raised by the public.
Police seized a car after a stop check yesterday (Saturday).
Police say reports on social media of people imitating police officers were unfounded.
A vital new phone service is being launched to support patients with life-limiting illnesses.
People across Cambridgeshire are being asked to give their views on GP services after a report highlighted how Covid has affected access to doctors.
Communities across the county have been integral in the fight against the pandemic says Cambridgeshire's director of public health.
Wisbech student Harry Preston ran one mile every hour for 24 hours in freezing temperatures after taking on an Enrichment Challenge.
A teaching assistant at a Fenland school has been named as the first winner of a charity's Hearts of Gold Award 2021.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority have been awarded £1 Million to deliver free Level 3 courses for adults across the region.
The Labour group on Cambridgeshire County Council has launched its election manifesto, claiming they would reverse cuts made by the ruling Tory group.
Cambridgeshire voters have backed more powers for the area's metro mayor according to a recent poll.
Public toilets at a Fenland town bus station could soon re-open if town councillors give the go-ahead to plans drawn up by their clerk.