More people are using Cambridge’s guided busway, but there is disappointment as the number of journeys being made is still only “roughly half” what had originally been promised.
More than 300 army cadets from Cambridgeshire have returned from Altcar, near Liverpool, after taking on a nine-day ‘cadet experience’.
The Church of England is to send a ‘hit’ squad into the Fens to encourage people back to church.
A new laundrette has opened in the centre of March.
Football isn’t just for boys. Accia and Steve Sharpe, managers of the Soham United Football Club U11 team, are encouraging more girls to get involved in the sport – here’s why.
Around 18 cyclists from Chatteris tackled a 100 mile Sunday bike ride across Fenland.
A man who admitted to possessing class A and B drugs has been sentenced to six months in prison.
A man who sexually abused a young girl over a period of several years has been jailed for more than a decade.
Combined Authority bosses have committed almost half a million pounds towards plans to bring jobs, infrastructure and more to nine market towns across Cambridgeshire - including Ely, March, Chatteris and Soham.
The Wisbech Wildcats held a minute’s silence for the recent passing of Paul Wuttke, former player, captain and committee member.
Cambridgeshire is set to get superfast internet speeds as the Chancellor announced today up to £4m Government funding to bring full fibre broadband connectivity to the county.
A man is to appear in court this morning (March 7) after an incident on the A1198 at Papworth bypass yesterday afternoon.
A 56 year old man who lost four stone is now setting his sights on taking part in a year of competitive running.
Rising knife crime – up 25 per cent last year – has prompted Cambridgeshire police to stage a second amnesty within five months.
A couple who make rustic garden ornaments have been asked to design a set for a special Easter woodland trail at a National Trust property in the Lake District.
Vivid images of the gang who smashed their way into Aldi supermarket in Chatteris in the early hours of Monday were released this afternoon.
A temporary plant making construction materials for the A14 upgrade will create 14 jobs in St Ives, the firm has said.
Campaigners say the Government are putting women’s lives at risk by refusing to suspend controversial vaginal mesh operations.
Key rivers in the district are under of being “overrun” by the invasive plant floating pennywort, a boatyard operator has warned.