Plans to demolish the former Freezer Centre in March and turn it into shops and flats, has been redesigned, after the last application met with an ice cool reaction.
A dog who was savagely attacked while detaining a criminal will go down in history as the animal who made it an offence to cause unnecessary suffering to a service animal.
Residents at a Wisbech care home enjoyed a visit from a bar team who served up mocktails as part of a week looking at nutrition.
Expect a giant dose of kapow! blam! and zap! in this fast paced, fun-filled, super hero film that pokes fun at the genre with a few serious messages thrown in for good measure.
A new system has been put in place by Cambridgeshire Police to protect people afraid to talk once dialling 999.
Talented musicians held their first triple skills event of a music workshop, youth showcase and orchestral concert.
The four leisure centres in Fenland have 95 new hi tech exercise bikes that are said to rival top boutique cycling studios in London.
Wisbech Cricket Club has been treated to a make over thanks to a team of 30 volunteers as part of a national ground force event.
Comedian Jim Davidson OBE may have been banned from a Peterborough entertainment venue, but just 20 miles down the road in the Fens, he is more than welcome, when he plays a stand up show next year.
Teenagers from a Fenland school have been trained to support elderly people in the community living with dementia.
Thieves stole lead from the roof of two churches in the north of Peterborough..
Relatives and friends will be able to maintain their floral tributes beside gravestones in Eastwood Cemetery more easily after 15 watering cans were donated.
Surgeons have been accused of piling on the pressure to reinstate controversial pelvic mesh implants in what is being called a ‘massive medical scandal.’
A contractor who was fined more than £47,000 by Fenland District Council for failing to keep parks and open spaces tidy has been told the penalty will be slashed to £12,350.
Publican Nigel Marsh says an official health report -that criticised hygiene and claimed the owner could not guarantee food is safe – mainly focused on poor administration.
Two teachers at Peckover Primary school have become specialist leaders in education for their role inspiring others in the subject of literacy and maths
A 54 year old man has been found guilty of trying to kill his mother in a trial at Peterborough Crown Court.
A Goshawk guards its kill while it takes a stern look towards the camera woman to check its haul is safe.
A man was treated in hospital for his injuries after he was stabbed at March railway station.
A March soldier who died fighting in WW1 has been remembered in a special service at St Wendredas Church.
Meadowgate pupils in Wisbech had a chance to shine on stage when they took part in performance workshops.
Four robbers forced their way into a house in Somersham in a terrifying break-in where two men were assaulted before the culprits made off with a laptop, two mobile phones, bank cards and a grey BMW 320.
Specialist contractors will tomorrow spend the day removing 12 giant bags of asbestos dumped on a river bank in a remote part of the Fens.
Step away from the stress of modern day life with a meditation course at Wisbech Library.
Police have bagged up thousands of pounds worth of cannabis in a raid on a property in Cottenham.
Hannah Shales is on top of the world after hitting the best marks out of students globally in her chartered accountancy exams.
A couple who run a small holding on the outskirts of Ely are appealing for information about their distinctive green compact tractor which was stolen from a locked garage behind their home.
A 17 year old Whittlesey student has won a young citizen of the year award for his sporting skills representing England in touch rugby.
People are being encouraged to slow down and think about their well being in a national day that inspires people to enjoy their local waterways.
A clean up operation costing thousands of pounds is under way to clear 12 bags of asbestos dumped on the river bank in a remote part of the Fens.