Between 2013 and 2017 he led UKIP through what might be termed its finest hour in Cambridgeshire having won 12 seats on the county council.
Ninety per cent of Wisbech Grammar School students achieved Grades 9 to 4 in their GCSEs this year.
A "reckless" recovery driver has been banned from the roads for 28 days after being caught speeding at 127mph on the A47.
A man has been arrested after smashing - and parking - his car into a Fen roundabout while reportedly under the influence of alcohol.
A mother left her two-year-old son at home and in the 'care' of his seven-year-old brother whilst she went to work, a court heard.
A Fenland teenager escaped injury after her car spun the opposite direction and landed in a ditch due to, what her father says, a crack in the road.
Waterbeach athlete Jonathan Clarke flies the flag for Great Britain at the Triathlon World Championships in Switzerland next weekend.
Those wanting to grab a bite to eat at The Hippodrome in March today are out of luck 'due to unforeseen circumstances'.
A lucky lorry driver managed to escape injury this morning after his lorry overturned on Fenland back roads.
The number of Thomas Clarkson Academy students achieving the top grades, 9-7, has again improved this year.
Two mothers caught dealing crack and heroin to fund their own addictions have been spared jail after a judge told them they need help.
A mother-of-two who was once homeless hopes to teach money-saving skills and improve people's mental health with her new furniture upcycling and craft centre.
An investigation has been launched after demolition works began at a 165-year-old pub without permission.
Anxious waits for West Norfolk students finally came to an end today as they received their GCSE results.
More than half a million pounds has been raised for a hospital in King's Lynn for patients to benefit from specialist equipment.
A motorist could be set to lose his licence after he was caught speeding at almost 130mph on the A47.
Major improvements to speed up cancer diagnosis and treatments at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn, will go ahead as part of a Government spending spree for the NHS.
A transport business founded in 1956 at Haddenham with a single Bedford truck and which has grown today to include a fleet of over 330 vehicles and 700 curtain-side trailers has been sold to Turners of Soham.
A farmer from the Fens is begging his agricultural colleagues to not hold up long lines of traffic as they "shouldn't be such idiots on the road".