A £500,000 recall petition to decide whether disgraced MP Fiona Onasanya will keep her seat in parliament will be launched for the first time in England in two weeks.
March-based coach tour operator Fenn Holidays raised more than £1,000 for their chosen charity, Macmillan, for the fifth year running.
A new face – expected to be that of Anna Bailey – will take the helm at East Cambridgeshire District Council in May if Conservatives retain control after the local elections.
Nearly 100 offences of grooming children online took place in Cambridgeshire in just 18 months, data from the NSPCC has revealed.
A 12 year old has been praised by HRH Prince Charles for speaking at a national event that encourages people to discover the Book of Common Prayer.
The number of animals affected by plastic litter is at an all-time high, with incidents in Cambridgeshire more than doubling in the last four years, according to the RSPCA.
Five farms in Cambridgeshire are looking for new entrepreneurial and enthusiastic tenants as part of the county council’s re-letting programme which has opened to tender.
Over 30 questions have been put to Cambridgeshire County Council as part of our investigation into how the deputy leader of the council Roger Hickford acquired the tenancy of a county council farm.
Dozens of homeless people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough have lost their lives over the past five years, according to official estimates.
The number of robberies in Fenland has increased by almost 50 per cent according to recorded crime statistics.
Free public Wi-Fi has arrived in Ely as part of a new initiative by the district council to boost trade and keep visitors happy.
Shoppers had a chance to try life as a mannequin when a Wisbech store held a modelling challenge.
A parish priest has told how he kept secret for months the visit to his church of Prince Charles by using a code name to label all his files to stop the ‘secret’ coming out.
MP and Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay has come under fire on his own Facebook page after publishing part of his interview for the Andrew Marr BBC programme.
Students from Wisbech & Kings Lynn Tang Soo Do had a fine haul of trophies at the World Regional Championships in Wales.
A former reporter with the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard, has scooped a hat-trick of awards for her work at The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW).
They may be called the March Can’t Sing Choir but don’t believe the name -you need to take a listen to hear their passion and performance in full swing.
The Prince of Wales has invited partners behind plans to regenerate Wisbech to his new housing development in Cornwall to learn more about how its principles for urban planning could support Wisbech Garden Town proposals.
The people of Wisbech waited in the cold this afternoon to give a right royal welcome to the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Prince Charles was given a warm city wide welcome as he arrived for a series of engagements in Ely today.
The visit by Prince Charles to Wisbech has prompted a partial U-turn by Fenland District Council who will now provide winter bedding plants outside of St Peter’s church.
An 11-year-old girl from Coates claimed second place in a national equestrian vaulting competition.
The number of protests at Whitemoor Prison has gone up over the past year, figures show.
A lighthouse which inspired legendary naturalist Sir Peter Scott is up for sale.
Just one in every 34 rape cases reported in Cambridgeshire end with a suspect being charged, new figures show.
Saving for a prolonged period of travel is essential, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey. And now might just be the best time to go.
Sex crimes against four to eight year olds have risen by a third in Cambridgeshire amid a campaign urging parents to talk to young children about staying safe from sexual abuse.
A Fenland businesswoman has raised more than £1,000 for charity after she took part in the Welsh Three Peaks Challenge in support of the Tag Rugby Trust.
Minor injuries units at three Cambridgeshire hospitals have been saved after it was announced that a government policy will focus on “keeping healthcare local”.
More than one in five people who report domestic abuse in Cambridgeshire are men, new figures show.