The friends and family of a baby from Manea who has cystic fibrosis have written letters to the Prime Minister urging for new medication that could prolong his life to be available on the NHS.
It was not only a special weekend for Harry and Meghan but our Ely hero Jorja Furze - who was part of the big day.
“The lights illuminated the area and at that point I knew that I was not going to die, or at least my life chances were now being raised.”
A playing field near Wisbech that had to be closed due to ‘dangerous and diseased’ trees by a children’s play area has now reopened.
Mayor James Palmer has met with train operators to challenge them to ‘expand and improve’ rail services across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
It was flags and bunting at the ready as Wisbech celebrated the royal wedding in style.
There was no wedding I would rather have been at than that of Alice and Hugo’s on Saturday.
Her voice is still one of the most recognisable in music to this day – and Toni Lee recreated the magic of Karen Carpenter effortlessly.
A car and a lorry crash caused delays on the A47 between Guyhirn and Thorney Toll.
The death of a Lithuanian national in March – which led to a murder investigation – is no longer being treated as suspicious, police have confirmed.
A collection of Anglo Saxon artefacts from Cambridgeshire will be on show at Chatteris Museum.
A March charity has hit a milestone of more than £100,000 raised since it formed in 1981.
Around 18 cyclists from Chatteris tackled a 100 mile Sunday bike ride across Fenland.
A landmark auction by Cambridgeshire-based Cheffins has seen a classic tractor sold for more than £90,000 – breaking the record for the highest price paid.
Two prisoners doing time for theft, robbery, burglary and assault have escaped from Hollesley Bay – and have connections in Cambridgeshire.
A teenager was punched in the face after being stopped on his bike in Walpole St Peter on Tuesday (May 15).
A former Cambs Times reporter who now lives in France has written an unforgettable tail about her Leonberger puppy.
The timeless quality of the Carpenters music is set to be brought to life at The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton.
Dozens of jobs are up for grabs across Fenland and East Cambridgeshire as nationally unemployment is at its lowest rate in more than 40 years.
A senior leader at Wisbech Grammar School has been appointed as the first ever female director of music at Peterborough Cathedral.
A new service which offers specialist housing information and advice to older people is being rolled out by Cambridgeshire County Council.
A caravan was deliberately set on fire in Friday Bridge.
A family-run shop that has been in March for nearly 180 years will be closing as owners say more people are choosing to shop online.
Motorists have been told to expect delays while a series of road repairs are carried out along the A47 around King’s Lynn and Wisbech.
A man was chased by police in West End Park March after being found in possession of cannabis.
More than £1,500 was raised by Wisbech Grammar School after they held a dinner and dance in aid of a children’s rugby charity.
A 22-year-old from Chatteris who lost confidence when she moved house has been given the strength and skills to move forward with her life due to a National Lottery-funded enterprise programme.
A teenager from Upwell who suffers from a neurological condition that affects around 20,000 youngsters in the UK has spoken out to raise awareness.
A row has broken out in a quiet Wisbech street after a wooden fence suddenly appeared outside Graham Longmate’s home – put up by a neighbour who lives opposite.
He brought the luck of the Irish to Cambridge, captivating the crowd with charm and chart hits.