Three vehicles collided on the A47 at Guyhirn this morning after one of the drivers did “not drive to the road and weather conditions”.
The front window of a March charity was smashed in a suspected burglary on Sunday afternoon (October 14).
A £50 cash prize will be given to two of the best dressed shop windows in March this festive season ahead of annual Christmas lights switch-on.
A Cambridgeshire teenager has been banned from driving for three years after he was caught drug-driving TWICE, just days after taking off his L plates.
A person had to be cut free from their vehicle after it veered off the road and landed in a Guyhirn ditch during the early hours of this morning.
They have returned, Dan Handley and Dave Brooks are back in the Fens after their gruelling 13,500 mile trip to Japan in aid of Children in Need.
Three people were treated for ‘minor injuries’ last night after a lorry rolled on top of a car on the A141 Isle of Ely Way between March and Chatteris.
A Fenland businesswoman has raised more than £1,000 for charity after she took part in the Welsh Three Peaks Challenge in support of the Tag Rugby Trust.
Sixth form students at Wisbech Grammar School students have raised more than £400 for charity after organising a Macmillan cake sale.
Three dogs that were stolen from the back of a Nottingham farmer’s pick-up truck have been found “well and happy” in Cambridgeshire.
Emergency services were called to Forty Foot Bank this morning after a yellow fuel bowser was discovered in the river.
A Doddington woman is offering a £50 reward for anyone who successfully locates her missing “dinner plate sized” terrapin who has been missing from her home for five months.
Burglars who used a sledgehammer to attack their victims have lost an appeal against their 15 year prison sentences.
An 18-year-old was arrested in Wisbech yesterday afternoon when reports came in of a suspected gunman at Baxter Close, near Norwich Road.
An Ely-based branding company has supplied new warm-up jackets to the Mepal Sports Football Club as part of their sponsorship deal with the club.
Footage has emerged this morning of yet another lorry attempting the mini-roundabout on Wisbech Road, March, where a telegraph pole was knocked down less than 24 hours ago.
A scout group leader from Doddington has taken a campaign for much-needed repair funds to new heights after she jumped from a plane at 13,000 feet.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue has taken delivery of three new fire engines for the on-call fleet based in March, Ely and St Neots.
‘You have reached your final destination’ – Chatteris duo, Dan and Dave, have finally arrived in Toyko, the capital of Japan.
A bungalow was set alight in March on Saturday afternoon, sparking an investigation by Cambridgeshire Police.
Fifteen new jobs have been made for Wisbech as the discount supermarket store, Heron Foods, has moved into the Horsefair Shopping Centre.
A businessman from Soham is more than half way through running 21 obstacle races in aid of the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
A Wisbech-based agricultural machinery manufacturing firm has scooped the top award at a national ceremony.
Lobbying by MP Steve Barclay has helped secure £325,000 to continue a keep fit and stay healthy campaign across Fenland.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service tackled 320 fires in the open during the country’s extended period of hot weather, a report has revealed.
Two arson attacks took place at West End Park in March yesterday evening, leaving crews tackling the fires for almost two hours.
The boys from Chatteris travelling 12,500 miles from the Fens to Japan in a 16-year-old Toyota Yaris are finally on the ferry to their final destination.
The Wisbech Town Hockey Club has had a busy weekend competing against the Cambs South team on Saturday, September 29.
A music programme is offering girls aged between nine and 13 the chance to spend a day in the life of an Ely Cathedral Girl Chorister.
The family of Joan Matthews who died in a collision on the A10 near Ely yesterday was described today by her family as “loved by so many”.