Relatives have paid tribute to a 42-year-old man who was found dead in a public toilet in March yesterday.
Mayor James Palmer indicated he favoured greater influence and powers for district councils and the possible abolition of Cambridgeshire County Council.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire moved swiftly to announce their new autumn line-up just hours after it was announced that mid morning host Paul Stainton was leaving.
Within weeks of his appointment as the £35,000 political assistant to Mayor James Palmer, the former East Cambs councillor Tom Hunt has been promoted to chief of staff – with a hefty pay rise.
Local radio presenter and broadcaster Paul Stainton is quitting the mid morning show and leaving BBC Radio Cambridgeshire to concentrate on his media and communications company.
A woman has told police she has CCTV images of an attack in Wisbech last night when a young man was allegedly beaten up for being gay.
A cross border pursuit that began in Norfolk ended in Wisbech in the early hours of today.
Work is underway on a £75,000 scheme to remove a stretch of overhead lines at a nature reserve between March and Whittlesey.
Other work planned by auditors at Cambridgeshire County Council may be put on hold to assist “unplanned, high priority work” into the Fenland Association for Community Transport (FACT).
The man who ensured boiling kettles could stop at the appropriate time – and not carry on boiling if unattended – is behind a new appointment at Cambridge University.
Fenland artist Lucille Carter is holding a retrospective exhibition of paintings, drawings and ceramics at a King’s Lynn gallery.
A woman has been charged in connection with a series of distraction burglaries in Outwell, Downham Market, Lakenheath, Watlington, and Wiggenhall St Mary.
East Cambridgeshire was today mourning the death of Anthony Morbey, the man who helped to create one of Ely’s most prestigious and best loved wedding venues.
A family is business is hoping to be allowed to build Fenland’s first earth sheltered house - a single storey home they claim will be low energy “and is effectively an extension of the landscape”.
A cash boost of £400,000 from East Cambridgeshire District Council will be agreed next week to ensure an early start to extending the car park at Littleport station.
A 50-year-old man with links to Wisbech has failed to answer bail in relation to drugs offences.
More than 250,000 people have watched on line video of the moment a man from March and another from Outwell were confronted by a team of viglinate paedophile hunters.
Legal action to remove more than 20 caravans that pitched up on part of the site of Fordham car boot sales – forcing cancellation of last Sunday’s event- is under way.
Shopkeeper Satish Karia is hoping Fenland planners agree to the new shop front he’s installed after ram raiders wrecked his Chatteris post office.
An early morning raid on a village club netted raiders £1,000 in cash and £800 worth of alcohol.
Fenland Council has moved to stop a second property from being converted into a house in multiple occupation (HMO) despite the proposal winning partial support from Wisbech Town Council.
An estimated one line audience of 5,000 watched tonight as a March man was confronted on camera by a vigilante group which catches and films paedophile groomers.
Wisbech is by far the worst offending town in Fenland for dog fouling, litter and illegal parking, according to figures released by the district council.
It may have attracted a turn out of just 12.14 per cent and cost up to £20,000 but the people of March who did vote in yesterday’s ballot on the neighbourhood plan were decisive in agreeing it should go ahead.
A rowing crew – with an average age of early 60s – have described how they interrupted competing in the Great Ouse Marathon to affect a dramatic river rescue.
A man who sexually abused two children over two decades has been jailed for 27 years.
A violent criminal who targeted elderly and vulnerable people has been jailed for 15 years.
The family of a man killed in a fatal collision described him today as “one of the most polite, caring, funny young men you could ever wish to meet”.
A real community effort has resulted in life being made a bit easier for those attending a Whittlesey surgery.
Famous celebrities who are reckoned to have played the ukulele include Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe but even they would have argued it’s not mainstream.