Remember when £1 would get you a driving test, or when one gallon of petrol would set you back just five shillings?
Seventeen illegally parked vehicles were ticketed by police in just one afternoon in Wisbech – at £30 a time.
Police defended their decision to implement a dispersal order from 3pm on Saturday until 7am today to stamp out anti-social behaviour in and around Ely leisure park.
On a rather chilly Saturday morning, King’s Lynn Parkrun was a sea of PB’s and Neon tutus as Three Counties Running Club (TCRC) members helped fellow club runner Steve Whitelam celebrate his 50th Parkrun.
County council leader Steve Count warned that drivers around March face huge delays in coming months once work starts on traffic lights at the Gaul Road junction with the A141,
Owners of a much loved dog have offered a reward to find her after she went missing nine months ago while on a walk.
Vandals have for the second time in seven months destroyed the water fountain in St Peter’s Church Gardens, Wisbech.
A total of 27 child grooming crimes were recorded in Cambridgeshire in the first six months of a new grooming law being brought into force.
Firefighters from Ely, Wisbech, Whittlesey and March were awarded for their innovation, leadership and exemplary service at the annual Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) Excellence Awards.
A £500 reward has been offered to trace a hand built guitar that was among a haul of thousands of pounds worth of goods stolen from a family by a man they trusted as their gardener.
Crowds flocked from around the world for the 39th Whittlesey Straw Bear Festival.
A couple who have been running auctions for three years with community support have been banned from using Lakes End Village Hall.
Students at the Carter Schools of Taekwondo have had a good month and founder of the school, Anthony, has supported them every step of the way.
His blogs and social media battles have become the stuff of legend and Wisbech mayor Steve Tierney is fully aware of the controversy he can sometimes cause.
Paninis in March held their annual Christmas Day dinner and it went down a treat.
Campaigning reporter Kath Sansom has been named as one of 20 ground breaking women of 2017 in an end of year round up in The Independent newspaper.
A man who threw fireworks in public was issued with a fixed penalty notice from Wisbech Police.
A couple have stumbled on a creative business idea while renovating furniture and up-cycling toys for friends and family.
Can you help this Wisbech woman reunite with her Christmas reindeer car antler? She woke up to the devastating sight of her previously festive Peugeot left antler-less.
A Wisbech mum, who spent years fund raising for others, has died while waiting for private treatment for liver cancer.
A vaginal mesh implant was trialled on just 31 women and a few sheep before it was launched in hospitals across Britain, Panorama is set to reveal.
Anglian Water has been named as the second-best employer in the UK in an annual list – beating social media behemoth Facebook.
Tributes have been paid to a former teacher who was killed in a crash near Haddenham last week.
Three students – still wearing their Thomas Clarkson Academy uniforms – risked serious injury by tampering with a village Christmas lights display.
Festive spirit was alive and kicking in Chatteris when hundreds turned out for the annual countdown to the town’s official lights switch on ceremony.
A retired councillor has called on the council and MP Steve Barclay to clamp down on problem parking in Wisbech.
Former Wisbech Grammar School pupil Cesca Brindley, a journalism student at Strathcylde University, takes an in depth look at the vaginal mesh implant scandal.
A Wisbech man is running a raffle to win a quad bike to help raise money for his dad’s funeral.
A 43 year old Wisbech man was arrested by police following a sting by an online paedophile hunter group.
A March family’s festive dance has gone viral for a national Christmas campaign after they were picked by talent spotters online.