A service that offers blind and partially sighted people the chance to listen to their local newspaper is being backed by Mayor of Ely, Councillor Richard Hobbs, the president for Fenprobe.
Bus fans from all over the country will head to Whittlesey this Sunday (May 20) for an event in every transport buffs calendar, Busfest 2018.
An East Cambridgeshire football team say they are “at risk of folding” after fears the club can not secure any new players.
A woman in her 60s has been flown to Addenbrooke’s Hospital with serious injuries after she was involved in a head-on crash on the A10 near Littleport.
For its 12th year running, the ‘Flavours of the World’ market will return to Ely this bank holiday weekend, beginning Saturday May 26.
Magpas air ambulance was dispatched to Chatteris yesterday afternoon (May 17) after reports that someone had cut themselves.
The air ambulance flew a woman to hospital after her car collided head on with another on the A10 this morning (May 18).
Cineworld in Ely marked its first birthday last Saturday (May 12) after inviting film fans to celebrate an “incredible” first year entertaining nearly 260,000 people.
British Transport Police are investigating an incident after a lorry drove into the level crossing barriers at Station Road in Ely and fled the scene.
A lorry driver forced the closure of the Station Road level crossing in Ely this morning (May 17) after he crashed into the barriers.
A car was set alight in Peterborough on Wednesday night (May 16) prompting a plea for information by the fire service.
Four people have been detained and a stolen vehicle has been recovered following a police pursuit in Waterbeach on Tuesday (May 15).
Three Counties Running Club mother and daughter team, Sarah-Jane and Maisie Macdonald travelled to Cambridge Saturday morning (May 12) to take part in the Waterbeach Running Festival.
It’s set to be a sell-out race for one of Ely’s most popular events, the colour dash, as it returns to the city for its third year running.
The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening last Friday (May 11) for the adult and junior players, welcoming club officials, parents and guests.
Members of the Fenland Running Club competed in “four very different” events over the weekend covering four counties, namely Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
A car fire, which firefighters are labelling “accidental mechanical”, closed the A141 roundabout near Chatteris yesterday evening (May 15).
A collision in Peterborough has caused queues on the A15 towards the city and police are advising people “avoid the area”.
A Wisbech woman has been shortlisted, among 19 others, for a national award that recognises the work of employees in the housing and care sector.
A man has been taken to hospital with minor injuries after a motorcycle and car collided yesterday (May 10) in Leverington.
Two men have been jailed today (Thursday May 10) after they both were found guilty of robbery following a four-day trial last month.
People in Fenland are being encouraged to “join the army” of volunteers that aim to turn the tide against plastic during a nationwide pick-up campaign this weekend.
It was a new ‘Tydd record’ at this year’s Tydd St Giles golf club spring open event – with 152 golfers from around the region teeing off in attempt to take home the winners trophy.
A teenager was caught by police with a small armoury of weapons that included a taser, a knuckle duster, a lock knife and – for good measure – a spanner.
A cyclist has been struck by a car in March this afternoon (May 9) and has suffered ‘minor injuries’.
Police suspect a Volkswagen Beetle could hold the clue to solving the mystery of who torched a recycling depot in March causing £500,000 worth of damage.
CCTV images have been released of one of two men alleged to have seriously injured a teenager when they robbed him of a valuable watch and a gold chain.
Police in March arrested an 18-year-old yesterday morning (May 8) on suspicion of robbery and possession of controlled drugs.
MP Steve Barclay has again launched a summer campaign to raise enough money to buy a new reading book for every Year 4 child in North East Cambridgeshire.
A new flag has been raised over Centenary Green in Wisbech celebrating the town’s famous Octavia Hill, the co-founder of the National Trust.