Moves by Fenland District Council into possibly acquiring the former Wisbech Vehicle Exchange site have been put on hold until the autumn.
A club volunteer from Wisbech had his head in the clouds on a recent day out organised as a thank-you for his help.
Two friends are over the moon having completed three overnight walking marathons for charity.
Two Wisbech shops face being reported to Fenland District Council after failing spot tests to buy alcohol carried out by under-age police cadets.
Two Wisbech students will meet Prince Charles next week after being selected to help co-host an awards ceremony with comedian Sir Lenny Henry.
Long Sutton Parish Council is to meet at its new home for the first time next week.
Twenty-one black-tailed godwits were released in the Cambridgeshire Fens after being hand-reared by conservationists at WWT Welney.
Plans to create a holiday cottage, caravan and fishing park near McDonalds Restaurant in Long Sutton have been opposed by parish councillors.
Anglia Components has streamlined its charitable activities to give focus on two chosen local charities each year.
Plans to improve Long Sutton Cricket and Hockey Club by generating income from new housing have been dashed.
No charges will be made, at this time, in relation to the murder of six-year-old Rikki Neave whose mum and grandparents were from March.
A man who has more than 50 previous convictions has been jailed for three years after attacking his partner.
Cambridgeshire's Police and Crime Commissioner is providing extra funding to help keep people safe during the World Cup, which starts today (14).
Family of baby with cystic fibrosis call for specialist drugs to be available on the NHS.
A four-month-old baby and his family are among those petitioning the Government to make new precision medicines available on the NHS.
An Upwell teenager has spoken out about her fight with a debilitating illness that has left her on daily medication and with no energy.
Inconsistent teaching and a lack of pupil progress have led to a March school being found wanting by government inspectors.
A new training centre at the College of West Anglia in Wisbech was officially opened by MP Steve Barclay following sponsorship from Anglian Water.
Uniformed services students at the College of West Anglia tackled Britain's three highest peaks to help raise money for soldiers' charity ABFT.
Cambridgeshire Mayor James Palmer believes rail services in our area are 'not up to scratch' for the 21st century.
Tory councillor Sarah Bligh quits party over 'bitter in-fighting' and lack of support.