A drink-driver was arrested in Wisbech after he was caught more than twice over the legal limit.
A woman has appeared in court charged with causing the death of a 21-year-old man by dangerous driving.
A woman who grew up in Wisbech has written a book about her father’s suicide to “destroy the stigma attached to mental health”
A fundraising page has been set up to help a 10-year-old from Wisbech travel to Holland to compete at an international tang soo do competition.
A 52-year-old Wisbech woman has been jailed for six months after she was found guilty of nine counts of theft from a shop.
A 27-year-old man grew 19 cannabis plants at his former girlfriend’s house and tried to blame her for it, a court heard.
A van driver who drove on the metal rim of one tyre for about 10 miles after police deployed a stinger during a pursuit on the A47 has been jailed.
Wisbech artists Sue Payne and Margaret Waller will showcase their work at Greyfriars Art Space in King’s Lynn next week.
Whilst Glastonbury celebrated one of its sunniest years at the weekend, Meadowgate Academy in Wisbech held its first festival – and raised £800 at the same time.
Mike Petty, a research historian with expert knowledge of River Great Ouse and drainage of the Fens, shared some of his research with The March Society in an enjoyable talk.
A man in his 20s was taken to hospital with serious injuries last night after a collision with a taxi in Wisbech.
The Secret Garden Touring Park in Wisbech will host its fourth Midsummer Food and Craft Fair on Saturday June 24 from 10am to 4pm.
Speed restrictions, lane closures and the closure of entire stretches of the region’s busiest route are planned for routine maintenance and resurfacing including around Wisbech.
A Wisbech health and social care student has come third in a debut regional competition.
Walpole St Peter is in the middle of a floral frenzy.
The emergency services were busy in the Wisbech area over the weekend.
Meadowgate Academy is planning to hold its first ever summer music festival for their special needs pupils and their families.
Several police officers have been injured after responding to a domestic incident involving a “violent male” who had to be tasered.
Businesses across Fenland have only themselves to blame for not finding projects big enough and suitable enough to get financial backing, enterprise agency boss Mark Reeve told councillors.
Under fire agent Peter Humphrey – facing a legal challenge by Fenland Council for the state of strip of land – has been rebuffed in a tit for tat challenge.