Vintage days out at the coast will come to the big screen in a tiny venue when a community network airs a movie about the seaside.
Amnesty bin for knives are being put out at Wisbech and March police stations as the Cambridgeshire force joins a national campaign against knife crime.
A man who robbed a woman in Peterborough before assaulting another three people has been sent to jail for more than ten years.
A 78-year-old March man, accused of more than 10 counts of historic sexual abuse, has had a new trial listed for next summer after a jury failed to reach a verdict.
A 37-strong gritter fleet is gearing up ready for action as the winter months approach.
The leader of Cambridgeshire County Council has made a plea to the Government for a fairer funding deal which he says would give this area an extra £15m funding.
Police have launched a new website which they say will change the way they communicate with people.
Learn to save a life with special training coming to March.
A giant sink hole that appeared in a road in Wisbech will remain for the next few weeks before it can be fixed.
A rescue pig named Buzz with a penchant for pumpkins is looking for a new home with help from the team at RSPCA Block Fen Animal Centre.
Police are reassuring the public that it will be business as usual when two protest marches take place in Peterborough this weekend.
A surgeon has told how he advised medical guideline experts that mesh was risky as long ago as 2003 - but they ignored him.
A spook-tacular night full of live music is coming to Mildenhall.
Charities across the region stand to benefit from an expansion of a builders’ funding scheme.
A charity has thanked Chatteris Working Men’s Club for raising money for them at a successful event.
Students and staff at a Wisbech school baked cakes and biscuits for a charity event to raise money for a cancer charity.
A 44 year old man appeared at court charged with making explosive substances for unlawful purposes.
Mesh implants are the third major medical device disaster in the last decade, a bioengineer has warned, as campaigners wept on hearing that the growing controversy is to be debated in Parliament.
A campaign to end loneliness is being launched in the Fens as part of a national drive to help those who feel isolated.
The most people to ever give their views for a county council debate will make it a landmark discussion when Cambridgeshire tries to find solutions for the future of its children’s centre services amid tight budget constraints.
A man in his 40s remains in custody after he was arrested on suspicion of making explosive devices under suspicious circumstances.
A parade of more than 80 young people and a team of memorial motorcyclists celebrated the Freedom of Wisbech with a special march.
DNA bracelet making is an event at Wisbech library to tie in with a national libraries week.
People living in villages could be hit by a street light tax under new proposals that say parish councils must foot the bill.
Volunteers are needed to help with hostage negotiation, animal welfare or victim support as part of a wide range of roles with Cambridgeshire Police.
A motorcyclist has died three months after being in a road collision at Walsoken.
A bomb disposal unit was called to a residential area of March as part of a sting team of emergency services who arrested a man in his 40s on suspicion of making explosive devices.
A man in his 40s has been arrested on suspicion of making explosive substances in an overnight sting in March.
A jury was discharged today after failing to reach a decision in the case of a March man facing 12 child sex offences.
A West Norfolk nurse is raising awareness to ensure patients facing death fulfil their final wishes.