A skate park in Wisbech will be ready for action in February after work started on the Bath Road venue.
A Suffolk airbase is in talks over the possibility of a flypast to honour the victims of a US bomber crash in Sheffield 75 years ago after a moving campaign was launched.
A lifestyle blog launched by a mother-of-three from Ely about her journey adjusting to countryside life since moving from London has attracted almost 20,000 followers.
The tough world of bare knuckle boxing is the 2019 focus for Ely’s champion boxer Tyler Goodjohn, who takes on his second, and eagerly anticipated, bout at London’s O2 this month.
The March Mummers group toured the town centre last weekend – taking their short plays to bars and restaurants in March.
A hilarious moment captured on camera by a Cambridgeshire taxi driver has been featured in one of America’s biggest TV shows.
It took just one week for reporter Harry Rutter to master the French ski slopes as he took “the trip of a lifetime” this year.
TV weatherman Chris Bell gave his talk to a packed camera club audience at the Oliver Cromwell Hotel in March last week.
The NR F1 Podcast reviews the 2018 Formula 1 season – with Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes top of the pile, plus some exiting developments awaiting in 2019.
The scale of suffering in the mesh implant scandal has been called shocking by the woman who has spent six months touring the UK to speak to people affected.
A local TV weatherman is set to give a talk to members of the March Camera Club before Christmas.
A cancer survivor who was stamped to death in a Wisbech flat by her “happy drunk” controlling partner was isolated and had “nowhere to turn to”, a report has revealed.
More than sixty homes in Cambridgeshire still hold a black and white TV license, new figures have revealed.
A Commonwealth champion from the Fens has told the BBC he’s “lucky to have boxing as a full-time job” after winning his title fight at the weekend.
Famous BBC TV racing presenter and former jockey Emma Spencer is selling her palatial Newmarket home. Property editor Caroline Culot went to visit The Courtyard, Balaton Place, for sale for a guide price of £3.5 million.
Wisbech walked away with one of the top awards in the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) annual Britain in Bloom awards ceremony in Belfast on Friday.
March is to play host to the first England darts youth grand prix finals.
TV broadcaster Jeremy Paxman is presenting a talk on Great Britain’s Great War and how it changed the nation in an event coming to Cambridge.
‘You have reached your final destination’ – Chatteris duo, Dan and Dave, have finally arrived in Toyko, the capital of Japan.
Hundreds came together to celebrate the best businesses in the region as the Fenland Enterprise Business Awards returned for its tenth year.
Business leaders tonight called for a ‘full independent inquiry’ into the running of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
Following an extended summer break, Peter Sharkey returns with his popular personal finance column – and some good news for millennials.
An evening of anecdotes and stories from Joanna Lumley’s career will take place in Cambridge next month.
It majestically stands at the entrance to the Capital of the Fens and now a £10 million major heritage project is hoping to restore the Wisbech Corn Exchange back to its former glory.
Bank House in Marshland St James has raised more than £2,500 for charity after opening up their two-acre gardens to members of the public.
The longest wait for an ambulance in England has been recorded by the ambulance trust that covers Cambridgeshire, with one patient waiting more than 24 hours for one to arrive.
Jonnie Peacock, a Paralympic gold medal-winning sprinter from Doddington, has looked back on his life in the BBC TV programme Who Do You Think You Are?
Two men from Chatteris, who are driving across the globe in a 2002 Toyota Yaris, have arrived in Austria on day three of their trip.
Two car enthusiasts from Chatteris are getting ready to embark on a 12,500 mile trip from Cambridgeshire to Japan in a 52-plate Toyota Yaris.
A PE teacher from a Cambridgeshire school who viewed pornographic images on a school laptop lost his job but not his profession, a Teaching Regulation Agency panel has concluded.