People across Cambridgeshire must "work hard" to reduce the rate of coronavirus infection ahead of Christmas.
A deal on who people can visit during Christmas has been agreed by the four nations.
The NHS in Cambridgeshire is on the hunt for 1,000s of vaccinators to help protect millions of people from COVID-19 when a vaccine becomes available.
The RSPCA is bracing itself for the toughest Christmas yet amid fears the financial strain from the pandemic could mean more pets being abandoned.
More than 100 schools across the county had confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the week beginning November 16.
New figures released by Wisbech Foodbank reveal 463 emergency food parcels were provided to people between April and September of this year.
Children at a Fenland school have been learning a new skill as part of their music lessons thanks to the pandemic.
Fenland Council has launched its Local Restrictions Support Grant scheme to distribute over £1.3million of Government funding to help businesses.
Year 8 and 10 students are self-isolating after two youngsters had positive coronavirus tests.
Groups and individuals who have gone above and beyond in helping the community during the pandemic have been recognised by Wisbech Lions.
A locally enhanced contact tracing service which has proven successful in Peterborough has been expanded to cover the whole of Cambridgeshire.
Christmas is coming and Fenland residents are being asked to support their community by donating gifts to local children in need.
Cambridgeshire schools claim their allocation of laptops for remote learning during the pandemic is “insufficient”.