A spate of more than 30 shed and outbuilding break-ins in Chatteris and Doddington saw thieves make off with tools and gardening equipment.
More than 60 vehicles were dipped in the Fens by HMRC to see if they were using red diesel as part of a two day crackdown with police.
More than 50 veterans attended a breakfast club in March to reminisce and support each other by talking about their time spent in the armed forces.
A newlywed couple from March who will be spending their honeymoon trekking in South America are nearly halfway towards their fundraising target.
Youngsters from three local schools are joining forces to sample a taste of merry England on May Day in Wisbech town centre.
There was no wet mud in sight as the Wisbech Rugby Union under 11’s took charge at their first Holt Festival match.
A grieving family have shared a heartbreaking tribute after three people died in a crash in Peterborough.
A cow had a lucky escape after getting stuck in mud near a river in Thorney.
A burnt-out shell of a house in March is all that remains after a fire sparked by an electrical source ravaged it.
Beautiful bonnets decorated with chicks, daffodils and eggs were on display as ladies from a keep fit group met for their annual Easter lunch.
Students from a Wisbech school were treated to a behind the scenes tour of a food factory to learn how products make it to the shelves.
A severe blaze has ripped through a house in March this morning – but no one has been injured.
A lifetime of love, laughter and living the Las Vegas dream has all formed part of the last 60 years for this March diamond couple.
A prolific burglar who stole goods worth tens of thousands of pounds in a spate of burglaries - including one in Wisbech - and left traces of blood behind at his crime scenes has been jailed.
A sex offender from Whittlesey who was found with more than 7000 indecent images of children on three separate devices has been given a community order.
Free NHS health checks are being offered to residents in Cambridgeshire aged 40-74 years to help detect early health issues.
A new pre-school, sports hall, eight classrooms, games area and kitchen will all form part of an expansion at New Road Primary School in Whittlesey.
Holes in ‘death trap’ roads in Wisbech have been filled in with gravel following an ongoing battle of who is responsible for the work.
A lorry and a van overturned in a ditch as a three-vehicle crash closed the A47 between Thorney and Eye.
Hare coursing across Cambridgeshire has been cut by 19 per cent this year due to four civil injunctions being secured by police, it has been revealed.
A selection of tempting treats and Easter games raised more than £500 in aid of charity at Restaurant Two Ten in March.
A car was set alight surrounded by bales of hay in March.
It was a bittersweet day as the Hudson Bowls Club oldest member played his last game after nearly 40 years.
A new village sign has been unveiled in Doddington as part of the centenary of the Woman’s Institute.
Thousands of pounds worth of stolen construction equipment has been recovered by police in Cambridgeshire.
More than 70 people attended an evening of magic, music and mystery for Whittlesey Women’s Institute centenary year.
A piece of land from the garden of a house in Turves has been bought by council bosses to form part of a sewage treatment plant.
A grandmother from Chatteris has thanked those who came to her rescue after she fell into her garden pond in October – her cries for help only heard by her dog.
A man who bombarded a media company with threatening phone calls saying he was going to ‘blow the building up’ has been handed a restraining order.
Hare coursing has been cut by 19 per cent in Cambridgeshire this year due to four civil injunctions being secured by police, it has been revealed.