‘Houston we have a problem’ admitted county councillor Bill Hunt, vice chairman of the county council highways and community infrastructure, when he offered a public apology today for the number of potholes across Cambridgeshire.
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Cambs Police have issued a warning on social media to “drive carefully” after many Fenland roads are covered in ice.
Greater Anglia is offering free space at Ely and Cambridge North rail stations for community use.
Three lorries have felt the brunt end of Fenland’s heavy winds today (January 18) after storm Fionn hit the county overnight.
The Magpas Air Ambulance has been called to treat a man in his 60’s who had been ‘seriously injured’ in a collision between his car and a fallen tree in Waterbeach.
Police would like to speak to a man in connection with a ‘sexually motivated’ incident in Cambridge on New Years Day.
A primary school has been forced to close for a “deep clean” following reports of mass “pupil sickness”.
A mother of one from Littleport says seeing a devastating picture of herself in July 2015 encouraged her to take control and get help to lose weight.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service are looking for brave individuals to join the team as wholetime firefighters at the end of the month (January 2018).
Pet lovers warmed to the story of the cat who returned to his Ely home battered and bruised and with a hairline fracture in his jaw by raising £3,000 to fund his recovery.
The March Food Bank was unexpectedly presented with a £700 donation from the local rotary club.
An Ely teacher has released his seventh book - and already sold the film rights.
The Gables in Chatteris held a pantomime for the residents, making members of staff the stars of the show.
A wildlife conservation charity, Froglife, was joined by students from Sir Harry Smith Community College to build a communal wildlife area in the Whittlesey allotments.
Fenland District Council (FDC) is offering help to people that want to achieve their fitness goals and kick-start a healthier New Year.
A clear but chilly Saturday (December 23) marked the day of Wisbech’s annual Santa Run hosted by the Three Counties Running Club (TCRC).
The number of calls to Magpas air ambulance in 2017 topped the previous year by over 100 more call-outs; the charity says the increase “clearly demonstrates the need for the service”.
A man is organising a boxing event raising funds for The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn to say thank you for the care given to his wife.
Members of the Three Counties Running Club (TCRC) have sprinted into the New Year with a series of successful runs.
A meeting between the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in Cambridgeshire and the Police and Crime Commissioner was held to discuss issues affecting small businesses.
A campaign run by Cambridgeshire County Council aims to increase the number of people inviting someone needing care and support into their homes.
Police are looking to recover a Mazda 2 which was stolen from Ely overnight between New Year’s Day and January 2.
Patients booked in for outpatient procedures at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn are being urged to still attend their appointments as normal despite the winter pressures.
A funding boost of £37,886 from WREN has been awarded to the new community and sports centre being built in Marshland St James.
Recovering from Christmas, the Fenland Running Club (FRC) got back into action, taking on the hugely popular Ely Runners New Years Eve 10k race in Little Downham.
Ely commuters have returned to work sour-faced this morning after finding out their season ticket to London has increased - topping the £5,000 barrier.
Bethany had no idea the end of a pantomime show would result in her engagement with her boyfriend Jack Stewart, who popped the question after watching Beauty and the Beast at The Maltings in Ely.
A man in his 30’s has sustained serious leg injuries after being involved in a multi-vehicle collision in Chatteris.
Students at the Carter Schools of Taekwondo have had a good month and founder of the school, Anthony, has supported them every step of the way.