A group of I love Wisbech campaigners will be out in force on the same day as Halloween celebrations to ask people how the town can be improved.
A team of superheroes are powering up ready to deliver goodies to children who are sick or cannot get out on Halloween.
A bacon butty festival in Wimblington raised more than £700 for the village Christmas lights display.
Budding authors are invited to enter a short story competition that will see winning entries published in a magazine.
A former March GP has spoken of his 22 days in captivity, after being kidnapped by gunmen high on cocaine and marijuana, while carrying out charity health work in Nigeria.
March ladies football team put in the leg work for a good match but their efforts were not reflected in the final draw score.
March is to play host to the first England darts youth grand prix finals.
Sex crimes against four to eight year olds have risen by a third in Cambridgeshire amid a campaign urging parents to talk to young children about staying safe from sexual abuse.
An autumn trail is being weaved around the grounds of Peckover House in Wisbech for children to follow in half term.
Two police officers were injured, including one hit over the head with a glass, breaking up a brawl in a Wisbech pub.
TV broadcaster Jeremy Paxman is presenting a talk on Great Britain’s Great War and how it changed the nation in an event coming to Cambridge.
A police officer was hit over the head with a glass in a serious disorder in Fenland over the weekend.
Women suffering complications following a mesh implant operation are urged to attend a hearing in Cambridge where they can tell their stories to a panel of experts.
A bid to turn a troubled March store – fined for selling illicit tobacco – into a fish and chip shop has been rejected because of fears the town centre would have too many restaurants.
A cash pot of thousands has been shared among local charities thanks to the Tesco bag scheme.
Fenland brewed up a storm for Macmillan thanks to councillors, staff and residents who enjoyed charity coffee mornings.
A hospice that provides end of life care for patients across Cambridgeshire has raised £1 million thanks to a lottery game.
A spectacular cascade of scarlet, red and crimson poppies are decorating an Outwell church.
Pumpkins from the Fens will be filling the shelves at Tesco stores across the country thanks to a bumper crop.
Classic and vintage commercial vehicles go under the hammer with Ely auctioneers Cheffins.
Energetic walkers ranging from a toddler to an 80 year old walked from Wisbech to Sutton Bridge and back again to raise money for a care home.
Circus skills and magic fused for a day of family entertainment at a popular Fenland camp site.
The story of a March soldier who died in the Battle of Cambrai less than a month before the end of the First World War, has prompted another family to come forward to remember their uncle who died on the same day.
Vivien the Fire Engine and the In Bloom team are being given the honour of the Freedom of Wisbech for making a difference in the local community.
People are being asked to give their views on the impact of street drinking rules in Wisbech as part of a 12-month review.
Nearly 800 people were arrested for drink or drug driving in Cambridgeshire, say police, who are launching a crackdown on people who drive while unfit.
A Fen family are remembering the 100th anniversary since their great uncle died fighting in France in the First World War.
A celebration of animals took place in Ely Cathedral with a host of pets and working animals who filled the aisles for the informal family service.
Mental health support group Talking FreELY is making October a big month by putting on two events, both free of charge and open to everyone.
A new bridge club is about to start in the Fens and anybody interested in learning or picking up old skills is invited.