Thousands more people could be encouraged to get fit if funding is successful to continue a pioneering active lifestyle project.
Four Cambridgeshire criminals have been made to pay back almost half a million pounds worth of money following an investigation by a special police unit.
A dog charity is looking for volunteers to help train puppies to become the ears, and a best friend, for people with hearing difficulties.
Teachers are being encouraged to consider a career in schools in Fenland and East Cambridgeshire as part of a new recruitment drive.
A £500 reward has been offered to trace a hand built guitar that was among a haul of thousands of pounds worth of goods stolen from a family by a man they trusted as their gardener.
Crowds flocked from around the world for the 39th Whittlesey Straw Bear Festival.
Fenland District Council has hit back at reports that it is more expensive to live here than in Kensington and Chelsea.
A 22 year old March man has been remanded in custody charged with grievous bodily harm in a stabbing incident at the Whittlesey Straw Bear Festival.
A teenage army cadet jumped thousands of feet out of a plane to raise money for charity.
A politician has called for a promise that the A14 works will be finished following news that a contractor working on the job has gone into liquidation.
Home owners in Fenland are being hit with higher council tax bills than one of the richest boroughs in London.
Endangered animals like turtle doves and water voles and rare plants like greater water parsnip are set to be saved for future generations to be enjoyed thanks to Lottery funding.
An agricultural expert is warning of the hidden cost’ of fly tipping, after it was revealed that councils in the eastern region have spent more than £4 million on cleaning up in just 12 months.
Eleven litter louts who ignored on-the-spot fines for dropping rubbish on Fenland’s streets have been taken to court and ordered to pay five times more than the original penalty.
A March man is among six people who have been remanded in custody on terrorism charges for being a member of an extreme right wing hate group.
A Wisbech couple will share their special day with the Royals forever after realising they are tying the knot on the same day as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Surgeons are denying they use vaginal mesh implants, in a trend being seen in hospitals across Britain, where women are assured the mesh scandal is just “media hype”.
A successful charity darts tournament comes to March again for the eighth year running to raise money for the oncology department at Peterborough City Hospital.
If ever you need to learn how to pick yourself up after having a rough time then go watch Molly’s Game.
A Whittlesey primary school has pulled itself out of special measures, but Ofsted inspectors say staff still have more work to do, to bring it up to scratch.
Police have released clear CCTV images following a jewellery theft from glass display cabinets at an antiques shop near King’s Lynn.
Two families who spoke out to highlight a shortage of disabled housing in Fenland have been told to join the local resister to bid for more suitable properties.
A man from March is among six people arrested across the country for being members of an illegal far right-wing activist group.
A pub landlord says he is still open for business despite being hit with a triple whammy of reasons why some people are having to make a 60 mile round trip to get to the village.
It was a day for showing off feline friends with cat-itude when an exotic and Persian cat show was held for the 23rd year running in the Fens.
If you began the new year with a clear out then your local fire station could be the perfect place to send your unwanted clothes.
A world renowned dog breeder has sent out a plea for two female pugs to be returned after one was dropped off at his home in mysterious circumstances a few days after three were stolen.
A cat with a cauliflower ear and no tail is looking for his forever home.
Parents are being urged to make sure their children are safe online using new smart phones and games consoles they got for Christmas.
Arsonists struck at an industrial unit on the outskirts of March over the festive break when they drove a car into a building and then torched it.