A Wisbech cinema is shining a light on work created by the area’s young artists with a special exhibition this week.
Wisbech is the capital of Cambridgeshire – when it comes to the numbers who smoke.
Trail-blazing innovation is being trialled as part of a local hospital’s battle against germs.
A former police chaplain who downloaded indecent images of children smashed his computer’s hard drive and dropped parts in bins in Soham and Ely on the night before police arrived to arrest him.
Two cheques totalling almost £700 have been presented to the Wisbech fund-raising group of Macmillan Cancer Support.
A charity ball has raised more than £6,500 for a diabetes charity.
Sixth form students are raising money for a young people’s mental health support charity in memory of a fellow student who died last year.
Pupils from Glebelands primary school in Chatteris took part in Young Voices at the O2 Arena in London.
Another market has signed up to be part of the ‘Real Deal’; an initiative to keep consumers safe and offering genuine, reliable goods.
A charity dinner at March golf club has raised £1500 for the Alzheimer’s Society.
A March police officer appeared in court charged with two counts of gross misconduct.
Thousands of stamps have poured in after a couple put out an appeal to help collect as many as possible to raise money to find a cure for their daughter’s rare genetic disease.
Former world champion Erwin Vervecken joined a cycling journalists and ambassadors to ride on the route of the Tour of Cambridgeshire, the first UCI World Cycling Tour to be held in the UK.
Thorney Post Office will be based in a new coffee shop opening at the Rose & Crown pub from March 19.
Police and Crime Commissioner Sir Graham Bright is publically supporting four bids into a £5 million fund to support victims of sexual abuse.
Allegations that Wisbech Town Council leader David Oliver “bullied, harassed, intimidated, threatened and victimised” sacked town clerk Erbie Murat will be examined by Fenland’s conduct committee next week.
A UKIP councillor has been thrown off Fenland’s planning committee - even though another lone candidate remains in the team
Five men who stole more than £400,000 following a string of cash machine ram raids and burglaries in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire have been jailed for a total of 22 years.
Developers are threatening to turn an area of open space in Whittlesey into arable farm land if plans for 220 homes are refused.
A 73 year old grandmother has completed her eighth marathon by finishing a run in Tokyo and is already looking at her next competitive event in Snowdon later this year.
A £200 reward has been offered today (Wednesday) to catch the arsonists who set fire to a shed destroying equipment belonging to March Soccer School on Monday night.
The wonders of New York were explored by more than 80 pupils and 13 members of staff from Cromwell Community College in Chatteris.
Uniformed services students at the College of West Anglia Isle campus have been given an insight into the work of the search and rescue teams.
A promotion at Addenbrookes and Hinchingbrooke hospital has led to a surge in the work being done by a Fen-based charity and a plea for more volunteers to help out.
A man who beat his partner in an unprovoked and frenzied attack before stabbing a police car with a 14 inch knife has been jailed for six years.
Hand prints, photographs, newspapers, building plans and a DVD of Disney’s Frozen are among a host of items that were buried in a time capsule at Cavalry School in March.
A special flag will be raised at Fenland Hall in March next Monday as part of a global celebration of Commonwealth Day.
The largest grass racing club in the country continues to be given a boost thanks to a local company.
A “fluffy teddy bear” of a dog is looking for her forever home after being rescued as she wandered the streets of Romania.