A March businessman has spoke of his despair after plans to erect a storage building on land next to his home were refused by council planners – despite support from March Town Council.
Temperatures are set to plummet this weekend with bitter winds making it feel as cold as -10C.
A town pub in Ely could be saved from closure as councillors say talks are progressing ‘positively’ - after council bosses have been notified of plans to turn it into a community hub.
An insightful evening with historian and local councillor Mike Rouse was held at Oliver Cromwell’s House in Ely.
Hard-working staff from the NHS are being treated to baskets of fruit from an Ely supermarket as part of a healthy new initiative.
Council bosses say ‘more resources’ are needed to tackle problems with rogue landlords in Wisbech – despite dismissing plans to introduce a selective licensing scheme.
Budding journalists of the future took to the airwaves on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire as they became news hounds for the day.
Villagers have signed up to a national community-led scheme which aims to help tackle dog fouling and bring irresponsible dog owners to heel.
Organisations and community groups in Wisbech can access financial support through a European funding programme.
Two architectural practices are at loggerheads over 28 houses planned for Wisbech with one accusing the other of ‘cherry picking’ profitable sites ahead of a much wider scheme.
A number of youths have been spoken to by police at their homes due to recent anti-social behaviour outside Sainsbury’s in March.
A care complex in Doddington has opened a new building for around 30 people - creating more than 50 jobs.
Two of Fenland’s dedicated Street Pride groups have been presented with a handy gift to celebrate their tenth anniversaries.
Plenty of unsung heroes in Ely are being nominated for their inspirational community spirit following the launch of the Ely Hero Awards 2018.
Cambridgeshire is set to get superfast internet speeds as the Chancellor announced today up to £4m Government funding to bring full fibre broadband connectivity to the county.
Inspirational amputees from Isleham will set off on an amazing challenge in a bid to become the first group of amputees to climb Mount Snowdon.
A former mill looks set to be demolished to make way for nearly 30 homes in Manea.
More than £6000 of cigarettes and tobacco were seized in Wisbech.
A talented former pupil of Wisbech Grammar School was awarded his PhD from Professor Lord Robert Winston.
A Cadet Sergeant from Ely is about to sail away on a prestigious residential project.
Kind-hearted bikers from Wisbech will be bringing Easter joy to children in hospital as part of the fifth annual Easter Bunny Run.
A lorry careered onto a grass verge after it swerved to miss another vehicle in Huntingdon.
Burwell Museum is preparing to celebrate the bicentenary of Stevens’ Mill in 2020 - with a community exhibition launching this weekend.
More than £100 was raised at an annual event to restore a room within March station in a bid to turn it into a permanent model railway area.
An adult support group run by the National Autistic Society will be holding sessions to provide advice and information for people in March.
A resident from Wisbech has been awarded a prestigious Churchill Fellowship offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel the world and research cutting-edge solutions to important topical issues.
A shock u-turn will see Wisbech still crown a Rose Crown in its popular parade this summer - just days after it was announced the historic tradition would be scrapped.
A landmark housing development in Stretham is set to see another phase of houses launched next month.
A talented pupil from Wisbech has been awarded with a special certificate to mark her achievement in qualifying for the finals of a national competition.
A midwife from March has received a national award from the Royal College of Midwives (RCM).