The combined authority has laid out plans for how it hopes to receive almost all the outstanding money from the government for affordable homes.
North East Cambs MP Steve Barclay looks set to lose thousands of constituents if plans to redraw the parliamentary boundary gets the green-light.
The Conservative leader of Peterborough City Council has been chosen as statutory deputy mayor of the area's Combined Authority.
Better connected transport, more employment opportunities, more affordable homes, and improvements to healthcare are on the cards for Fenland.
"Don't let us be a dumping ground for other people's unwanted stuff" - was the message from leading Fenland councillors and the local MP this week.
Angry Tories on Cambs County Council have accused the new collaborative administration of failing to stick to its promised greater transparency.
There was a change of venue for the annual Wisbech Town Council mayor making ceremony on Friday (May 21).
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s Chief Executive Gillian Beasley has announced plans to retire early next year.
Additional funding has been made available for families struggling financially during the pandemic.
A once in a generation chance to transform the centre of March is on after it was confirmed the town will be receiving £8.4million of funding.
Cambridgeshire County Council’s annual meeting today (Tuesday) has agreed a new Joint Administration to lead the work of the council.
A former Wisbech mayor who has been an independent councillor for the past two years has announced he has rejoined the Conservative party.
The Liberal Democrat, Labour, and Independent groups have struck a deal for the control of Cambridgeshire County Council.
Just days after his surprise victory over Tory James Palmer,Cambridgeshire's new Labour Mayor Dr Nik Johnson has enjoyed his first day in office.
Former Tory leader of Cambridgeshire County Council says an offer to "work together” with other parties after last week’s election has been spurned.
Conservative leader says plans for development in south east of the county were “probably the main reason” his party lost seats.
Thousands of gullies have been cleared across Fenland and Cambridgeshrie as part of an ongoing commitment to help prevent future flooding.