A prestigious exhibition opens in Newmarket with rarely seen work from an artist who catures the peace before race day and the tension as it begins.
Six women have been awarded after sharing their weight loss journeys and losing 21.5 stone between them.
A father has told how he went to visit his baby son’s headstone only to find it had been strapped to a wooden stake along with others in the Chatteris cemetery.
An out of order lift at a Wisbech health clinic caused issues for patients with mobility problems for four weeks and made staff stressed according to a local councillor.
Mittens the cat has used up one of his nine lives after power to an overhead 11,000 volt cable was switched off for half an hour while he was rescued from where he was stuck up an electricity pole.
A March student has started a campaign calling on Theresa May to make asthma inhalers free.
People in March had their say on the impact of immigration on housing in Britain’s biggest public consultation on the issue.
Fenland residents are being reminded to respond to their voter registration forms to avoid receiving a second one through the post.
Community groups in Fenland are being urged to make the most of funding pots for local environmental projects.
An abandoned dog who inspired a fund raising mission that made £8,000 in a week has been chosen as the face of Go Fund Me.
A Cambridge neurosurgeon is one of the world’s leading experts who advises brain tumour patients across the world, from his computer.
A theatre arts course for over students with learning difficulties is coming to Wisbech with dancing, singing and acting.
Building firm Larkfleet Homes has published record results having built 399 homes in the last year, an 83 per cent increase on previous figures.
Two venues in the Fens will host drop in sessions for parents to discuss plans to redesign chidren’s centres across Cambridgeshire to svae £1m of tax payers’ money.
A rugby match, family fun and music into the night saw people from across Britain travel to the Fens to take part to help raise funds for local military charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers.
A Wisbech care home raised more than £700 when it held a popular summer event with music, song and games.
Home baked goodies and vintage musical entertainment was among the treats in store for visitors to a summer fete at a March care home.
Two distinctive jewellery items have been stolen from a house in Soham.
Hundreds of people turned out to enjoy the popular annual vintage vehicle rally in Wisbech that this year boasted around 200 vehicles.
You Me At Six have been announced as the final headliners for Sundown Festival in Norwich.
An underground sprinter style “bus” could come to Cambridge to tackle the city’s traffic congestion.
McDonald’s is off the menu for the rest of the school holidays in Wisbech while the restaurant chain gives the store a make over with self order touch screens.
An electric trike was stolen from outside a pub in Leverington where it had been securely locked by its owner.
Research to help find a cure for cancer, arthritis and multiple sclerosis are taking place thanks to people from across the Fens, Norfolk and Lincolnshire.
The PE postcode area has been revealed as in the luckiest areas in the country with 83 millionaire winners since the National Lottery launched in 1994.
A plea has been sent for people over 50 to dig in their attics, wardrobes, cupboards or even shoe boxes to find memorabilia about the good old days of music at Marcam Hall or the Cellar Club in March.
Proud gardeners handed over £930 to Macmillan Cancer Support, raised from the Wisbech St Mary Open Gardens event.
Deputy Lieutenant Richard Barnwell, of Wisbech, has been approved by Her Majesty the Queen to serve as the Vice Lord-Lieutenant for the county of Cambridgeshire.
A community playgroup for youngsters has been nominated in a national competition that encourages children to get outside to play.
A step back to days gone by was in store for people in March when a vintage steam show held a rally of vehicles in the town’s market square.