A Wisbech man who runs a homeless charity has been left anxious about leaving the house after an attack that left him hospitalised.
The wife of long-standing councillor David Pope has spoken of her feelings after her husband lost his political career, his reputation and his council seat.
Reindeers and elves will be at Jack's in Chatteris to support a military charity.
A Wisbech primary school has £200 to spend on cooking equipment after winning the Winter Warmer Soup Challenge.
A new Christmas advert putting the spotlight on heroes in Cambridgeshire has been released by the county's fire brigade.
The Angles Theatre's in-house drama group Ratz bring the classic fairytale story of Cinderella to life in Wisbech this month.
Christmas came early for five-year-old Lilly Godfrey who won the chance to go wild in the aisles at The Original Factory Shop in March.
A man in his 40s was out for a run in Meadowgate Lane, Wisbech when he was approached by two men who stole his torch and then assaulted him.
Britain's most bashed bridge has claimed another victim and has caused major disruption for traffic in east Cambridgeshire.
A former employee of a mini supermarket in Ely confirmed that all the workers had been made redundant.
More than 400,000 tonnes of waste from across Cambridgeshire is sorted, recycled and disposed of at the Amey plant in Waterbeach every year - but in the next 15 years there will be a shortage of landfill space.
Handmade decorations, tasty festive treats, reindeers and Santa were all at the heart of this year's Wisbech Christmas Market.
A man who called police to report an aggravated burglary at a house in Wisbech was then arrested for cannabis production.
Two drivers and their passengers had a lucky escape after a late night collision on the B1166 at Leverington Common.
A large Fen building went up in flames at the weekend and left firefighters tackling the blaze for more than four hours.
A large lorry is causing traffic chaos in Wisbech after getting "stuck" in the centre of town during rush hour.
Amidst a massive outcry Amey still hopes to win planning permission for a new £100m energy from waste plant at Waterbeach.
All four candidates for South East Cambridgeshire faced off in a lively hustings lasting almost two hours and covering a range of issues.
Following my previous general election opinion pieces, I caught up with the NE Cambs candidates for a sit-down interview.
A new 12-mile bypass to the south of Huntingdon has opened to traffic.
Three people arrested on suspicion of murder in Wisbech have been released under investigation.
Fenland community support group Friends For Needs has launched a mobile dental service for care homes in the local area.
If you head to Coates in the run up to Christmas you'll see something rather unusual - a combine harvester illuminated in neon green lights with three silver reindeer perched on its roof.
A murder inquiry is under way following the death of a man in Wisbech today (Friday).
Police in the Fens have put a swan "in custody" after it was caught stood in the middle of the road.
Residents renewed their campaign to have a tree - looking perilously close to falling down - removed from their neighbourhood.
For anyone following this process you'll know that exactly one month ago I had no idea who I was going to vote for in the general election.
Hidden in the first half of the annual Christmas concert on December 14 in Littleport is a tune never before played by a brass band anywhere or at any time.
A block of flats in Wisbech is at the centre of a major incident today following concerns over the welfare of a man.
A Fenland care home group are working hard to support Cambridgeshire Police's Christmas toy appeal.
Three workmen returning home to Wisbech became a Fenland river rescue squad when they pulled a disabled woman from her car that had gone into the river.
Staff and students raised more than £480 for charity as they grew out their facial hair for 'Movember'.
A student from the Fens is part of a media team who claimed a top spot in a national production skills competition.
A group of PCSOs helped ambulance staff after they came across a medical emergency when out issuing parking tickets.
A Chatteris drug dealer who tried to hide in a hedge after throwing his shoulder bag full of cannabis, MDMA, cocaine and cash away has been given a two-year suspended sentence.
A March care worker who sprayed a dementia sufferer in the face with water for 30 seconds while she screamed and cried has been banned from working with vulnerable people.
A student from the Fens has been crowned 'Apprentice of the Year' for the second year running at an annual awards bash.
A second group of teenagers from a Fenland school have been trained to be 'YOPEY Befrienders' and make friends with elderly people living in a March care home.
The driver of a white estate car has been promised "some uncomfortable questions" after it was abandoned in a Fenland town overnight.
Jack Hanson started selling fruit and veg on Wisbech Market when he was 12.
A grieving mother from Marshland St James found the companionship of a rescued horse helped her cope with the death of her beloved daughter.
A driver had a lucky escape after his van rolled into a water-filled dyke at Murrow Bank in Wisbech.
An overwhelming response to a police appeal for Christmas gifts for Fenland children has seen dozens of toys donated.
A commemoration day was held in Wisbech to celebrate the birth of the town's social reformer Octavia Hill.
A pledge to fix "broken promises" by bringing better transport services to North East Cambridgeshire has been made by Labour candidate Diane Boyd.
"Brexit will be terrible for people in Fenland," says Rupert Moss-Eccardt, who is the Liberal Democrat candidate for North East Cambridgeshire in the upcoming General Election.
Improving transport links, investing in local health services and increasing funding for schools and local sports groups are Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay's main aims ahead of the general election.
Cleaner air, safer roads and better health care are the top priorities for Green Party election candidate for North East Cambridgeshire Ruth Johnson.
A snap general election was called by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a bid to secure a working majority to "get Brexit done".
A man who stalked his ex-girlfriend and sent abusive messages online, breaching a court order, has been jailed.
Staff at Whitemoor where London Bridge attacker Usman Khan had most recently been an inmate, say he would have known his victim Jack Merritt leading them to be believe it was a targeted attack.
Christmas cards signed by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip will go under the hammer in Ely this Saturday (December 7).
A group of Fen pupils have been crowned 'sports quiz superstars' after taking part in an event in Whittlesey.
A Wisbech couple returning from holiday discovered that land behind their garden fence had been used as a temporary camp site with excrement, litter, waste food and clothes left behind.
An historic house in Wisbech plagued by crime is set to go under the hammer for a guide price of £130,000.
A woman has suffered life-threatening injuries after being struck by a van in Wisbech.
No one wants to talk about incontinence, but a Wisbech company is offering a discreet and personal service to ensure sufferers can buy the best products for their individual condition.
An accident near the North Cambs Hospital in Wisbech which has caused life threatening injuries to a pedestrian has meant vehicles cannot access or leave the site.