A unique exhibition looking at the way Fenland people speak will be held at Wisbech Museum.
Big-hearted businesses in Wisbech have been making ‘outstanding contributions’ towards Steve Barclay MP’s Read to Succeed campaign.
Students from Wisbech took part in a prestigious national uniformed services competition.
The friends and family of a baby from Manea who has cystic fibrosis have written letters to the Prime Minister urging for new medication that could prolong his life to be available on the NHS.
A new £23 million secondary school for 600 pupils will be built in Wisbech and should be open by 2020, council bosses have approved.
People can learn more about the history and archaeology of Wisbech in the ‘Big Dig’ next week.
More than £200 has been raised by fire service staff to support young people from the LGBT community.
The Shires brought Nashville to Cambridge with foot-stomping melodies and a dose of southern charm.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove has launched the government’s first tree health strategy following on from his visit to Ely yesterday.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove praised Cambridgeshire’s biggest tree nursery for being at ‘the cutting edge’ of protecting the environment.
Great British Bake Off fever hit Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service as more than £200 was raised for charity.
A lucky seven-year-old from March got the chance to meet England Cricket stars at Lord’s – and chat to them about Disney princesses!
It was not only a special weekend for Harry and Meghan but our Ely hero Jorja Furze - who was part of the big day.
“The lights illuminated the area and at that point I knew that I was not going to die, or at least my life chances were now being raised.”
A playing field near Wisbech that had to be closed due to ‘dangerous and diseased’ trees by a children’s play area has now reopened.
Mayor James Palmer has met with train operators to challenge them to ‘expand and improve’ rail services across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
It was flags and bunting at the ready as Wisbech celebrated the royal wedding in style.
Her voice is still one of the most recognisable in music to this day – and Toni Lee recreated the magic of Karen Carpenter effortlessly.
A car and a lorry crash caused delays on the A47 between Guyhirn and Thorney Toll.
The death of a Lithuanian national in March – which led to a murder investigation – is no longer being treated as suspicious, police have confirmed.
A collection of Anglo Saxon artefacts from Cambridgeshire will be on show at Chatteris Museum.
A March charity has hit a milestone of more than £100,000 raised since it formed in 1981.
Around 18 cyclists from Chatteris tackled a 100 mile Sunday bike ride across Fenland.
A landmark auction by Cambridgeshire-based Cheffins has seen a classic tractor sold for more than £90,000 – breaking the record for the highest price paid.
The family of Graham Longmate - whose neighbour erected a wooden fence outside of his house in Wisbech – say that the road is ‘included in everyone’s deeds’.
Two prisoners doing time for theft, robbery, burglary and assault have escaped from Hollesley Bay – and have connections in Cambridgeshire.
A teenager was punched in the face after being stopped on his bike in Walpole St Peter on Tuesday (May 15).
The 1st XV Rugby Team at Wisbech Grammar School hailed for ‘stunning season’ – winning ten of their twelve fixtures.
A former Cambs Times reporter who now lives in France has written an unforgettable tail about her Leonberger puppy.
The timeless quality of the Carpenters music is set to be brought to life at The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton.