A cold January evening did not prevent a well-attended March Society meeting with members enjoying their annual ‘Magnificent and Incredible Fun Quiz’.
The A14 is closed after a lorry transporting women’s underwear burst into flames on the main stretch of road this morning.
Fenland Council is taking to Twitter to test public opinion on its future plans.
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.
He was the police officer who through his cheeky and often humorous tweets brought smiles to many in the Fens – but now he’s been forced to quit the force for over-stepping the mark.
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).
A driver was lucky to escape without serious injury after crashing into a steam train on the North Norfolk railway line.
A utility company did a U-turn tonight and agreed to complete the job of re-painting road signs in Fordham near Newmarket after their earlier efforts left villagers seething.
A celebrity entourage of gritters - including Brad Grit and Grittney Spears - are getting ready to tackle the cold weather as temperatures start to plummet across Cambridgeshire.
Two police officers were injured, including one hit over the head with a glass, breaking up a brawl in a Wisbech pub.
A police officer was hit over the head with a glass in a serious disorder in Fenland over the weekend.
Neale-Wade Academy in March will open as normal tomorrow after being closed today due to a gas leak.
A businessman from Soham is more than half way through running 21 obstacle races in aid of the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
Tom Hunt is preparing for his new life as Conservative candidate for Ipswich with a pledge to fight for the town’s infrastructure . . . and a promise that he “knows his way around Whitehall.”
Seven people have been arrested in connection with burglary offences.
Three large bales of hay have been left on the roadside in Whittlesey this afternoon.
The job of a parish councillor is not always the most glamorous one – but now there are calls for the job to be “sexed up” in order to attract more people to the role.
A March postman has raised £1,400 with his latest hike to raise money for a children’s charity.
For Coby, Shadow and Reba every week can be a holiday – or as they might prefer to describe it a stay-cat-ion!
The world of Twitter has been put on ‘cat watch’ to help a Cambridgeshire journalist find his beloved pet.
Javelin thrower Goldie Sayers is set to finally receive a bronze medal from the 2008 Olympics - after the second placed athlete failed to overturn a doping ban.
A former Cambridgeshire county councillor who is facing charges of perverting the course of justice has “strongly refuted” breaking the law and promised to keep “standing up” for her constituents.
A man who died after being hit by a car in Chatteris last weekend has been named.
A man died at the scene of a road collision in Chatteris at the weekend.
Volunteers, sponsors, entertainers, stall-holders and prizes are needed ahead of the first ever Pride in Ely event.
The woman who became the first Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire to join Twitter says her first year in office has been “hectic and remarkable.”
Outdoor British Championships (June 16, 17)
Four Wisbech men are making a name for themselves playing American Football.
Local speed skating team, Wisbech Inline Speed, were in Birmingham at the weekend taking part in the second of three back-to-back races held across the country.
“Could somebody bring me a packet of cigarettes?” Those were the words of a 999 caller to Cambridgeshire Police.