The death has been announced of a former Mayor of Ely, Councillor John Yates.
A Wisbech school has been rated the worst in Cambridgeshire with only one in four children expected to hit national targets in reading, writing and mathematics.
Children From Burrowmoor Nursery got into the seasonal spirit when they staged their Christmas production for parents.
More than £700 was raised at the Fenland Music Centre Association’s annual Christmas concert.
A special memorial service was held at St Peter’s Church in Wisbech last weekend to commemorate the life of the town’s famous Octavia Hill.
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.
More than 100 people packed into St Peter and St Paul’s Church in Wisbech last weekend for an “excellent and enjoyable” concert by the Kol Echad Choir.
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.
Former Wisbech Town Councillor Neville Frusher has died at the age of 79.
An exhibition to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of March photographer Alice Askew is looking to display the original copy of her first photo to have appeared in the Cambs Times from 1919.
Rescuing ‘Houdini’ the horse who had escaped its field three times was just one of the incidents police in Wisbech were called to over the weekend.
A Wisbech garden has been awarded a ‘Green Flag’ after scooping gold at Anglia in Bloom for the 11th year in a row.
A March church cooked up a storm on Saturday as one thousand rashers of bacon sizzled in the sun for the annual Bacon Buttie Festival.
Members of The March Society enjoyed a pleasant and informative evening stroll through parts of Wimblington village.
A special flag was raised at Fenland Hall in March on Monday (March 12) as part of the global celebration of Commonwealth Day.
Biting back against the Beast from the East’s bitter cold, churchwardens in Wisbech have opened their doors to provide food and warmth to the homeless.
The fountain in Wisbech will be repaired by Fenland District Council for the last time after being hit repeatedly by vandals.