The kindness of strangers has seen dozens of businesses and even more individuals step up to the plate to help ensure children are fed this half-term.
Less than 100 people turned out across seven venues to see an exhibition organised by the firm behind the proposed mega incinerator for Wisbech.
A search engine, based in Kent, is promising not to track your data or online movements as it seeks to secure a slice of a lucrative market.
Stainless Metalcraft has appointed Ashe Construction as the main contractor for its new vocational training school, following a public tender.
Since opening its doors in September 2018, Jack’s Supermarket, part of the Tesco family in Chatteris, has become a key part of the local community.
Staff at an historic Fenland brewery are facing redundancy as the firm struggles to survive amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
March looks set to get another food store with a request seeking guidance from Fenland District Council on a possible future planning application.
A tearooms has told Fenland Council it needs a permanent canopy on its premises to allow "essential outside dining" due to the pandemic.
Opponents of the planned mega-incinerator for Wisbech have made their views known with a placard waving protest outside a consultation exhibition.
Residents and business owners are being urged to have their say on how licences should be managed in Fenland.
A high street savings, lending and counter services has announced plans to leave in the spring.
Plan to convert unused buildings in Back Drove
The site has planning consent for a hotel, pub, service station, gym and offices but until now had not found a buyer.