Firefighters have tackled a major blaze in the historic quarter of King’s Lynn town centre.
Thousands of runners waded through water, crawled through mud and climbed over obstacles at the Insane Terrain running event in Doddington.
Opticians were able to discover a tumour in a Cambridge man’s eye following a routine eye check-up.
Business leaders will today hear about the importance of migration for the East of England agri-business, following the Government’s latest statement on how immigration could work post-Brexit.
Seven people have been arrested in connection with burglary offences.
People in Fenland are the most unhappy in the UK, according to a new survey from the Office for National Statistics.
What started out as a dare turned into 50 years of happy married life for one couple in March.
A new theatre production promoting healthy relationships will be touring Fenland colleges.
Calls for an independent review to “restore public faith” in the combined authority have been rejected.
More than one in five people who report domestic abuse in Cambridgeshire are men, new figures show.
Local and national government have been called on to put aside their differences to tackle the “immoral” housing crisis in Cambridgeshire.
A care home for older people could be closed, with bosses saying the rooms are no longer fit for purpose and, with beds empty, the running costs are becoming too high.
The RSPCA is looking for a new home for a little budgie who was left in a box on a bus.
An ambulance was involved in a road traffic collision in Wisbech this afternoon while they were on their way to a call.
Uniformed services students at the College of West Anglia (CWA) have presented a cheque to The Soldiers’ Charity.
Disabled dancer David Toole will be taking to the stage in Cambridge for the StopGap Dance Company’s latest production The Enormous Room.
A man who had his leg amputated after a fatal car crash in which two women died is hoping the upcoming inquest will provide answers.
Five men from Hackney who sold drugs in Cambridgeshire via two county lines were jailed for a total of 36 years.
Changes to the Wisbech Tesco bus service will come into effect next week.
A driver who was caught with 35 wraps of heroin and cocaine hidden inside two Kinder Eggs has been jailed.
A woman was treated for minor injuries after being knocked off her bike by a car in March.
Three large bales of hay have been left on the roadside in Whittlesey this afternoon.
A farmer has been left in shock after a number of her sheep were mowed down and killed in a senseless act.
A new rail station to be built in Soham could cost more than £21.8m, a report has revealed.
The proportion of five-year-olds having both MMR jabs in Cambridgeshire is significantly below target, according to new figures.
March AC have secured third place in the 200-mile Round Norfolk Relay open race over the weekend.
A community project in Wisbech aimed at keeping children and families active, fed, and occupied during the school holidays has been hailed a success.
Plans have been submitted for a railway station platform to be extended, which could see eight-car trains between King’s Lynn and Cambridge.
Descendants of a remote former head-hunting tribe travelled nearly 5,000 miles across the world to dedicate a headstone to a Stretham missionary.
Wisbech General Cemetery threw open its doors and acres of land to the public on Heritage Open Day.