A ground breaking online documentary about all 2,563 train stations in Britain is coming to Cambridgeshire.
Police are putting extra officers on the streets of Cambridgeshire following the rise in the national security threat level to “critical”, meaning an attack is expected imminently.
An exhibition to uncover a link between the town of March and a wartime Polish submarine opens this weekend.
A group that supports adults with learning disabilities has opened in Wisbech to offer a range of classes like art, gardening, cooking, sign language, pottery and life skills.
A political leaflet has been delivered to people in Fenland despite a suspension on General Election campaigning following the Manchester bombing.
A mini beer festival and fund raising western style rodeo is coming to a pub near Whittlesey to raise money for a host of local good causes.
A Whittlesey school, told six months ago it needed to improve, says it is delighted for being praised for raising its game.
An ex-naval officer, whose father won £101 million on the lottery, has failed in a bid to sue him after he was cut out of his fortune.
Security in crowded places and at forthcoming events in Cambridgeshire is being reviewed by police following the bombing at a concert in Manchester.
A March mum is on a mission to send children’s books to orphanages and schools in Africa in a project she set up two years ago called Love Books.
A tradition that has been in councils across the country for years could be broken at Wisbech if an idea by the new mayor to drop the need to go to every meeting is approved.
A princess is needed to lead the parade and open this year’s Summer Festival in March.
Defibrillators For All in Whittlesey have raised £10,000 in less than three months to fund heart checks for young people in the town.
A charity music night is coming to Whittlesey with live bands and comperes.
A prisoner who attacked an inmate inside Whitemoor jail, by slashing their throat with a make shift knife, carried out a chilling attack in similar circumstances six years ago, it has been revealed.
Fifty shades of neigh is proving a big hit for cocktail lovers who are being served up their favourite tipple from a horsebox bar renovated in West Walton.
A weekend of motorbikes, music, dancing and food is raising money for a caravan classroom at a farm where students with additional needs attend to learn about animal care.
An early champion of the Octavia Hill Birthplace House project in Wisbech has been commemorated in a memorial to unsung heroes.
From camels and ponies parading through the streets to aircraft flypasts and close encounters with meerkats, this year’s Chatteris Midsummer Festival promises to be spectacle to remember.
A Walsoken man is staging a photography exhibition in memory of his brother who died unexpectedly two days after going into hospital for a routine operation.
Historic buses and coaches will once again take over Whittlesey this weekend for the popular Busfest event.
Grants are on offer from three windfarm developments to help local community groups improve their environment.
Nominations are open to suggest villagers who have gone the extra mile for an annual citizen of the year award.
A two day dog show is coming to the area over the bank holiday weekend with agility, a dog show and stalls.
A Whitemoor prisoner today (16) pleaded guilty to attempted murder of a fellow inmate when he appeared at Peterboorugh Crown Court via a video link.
A petition has been launched by a March mum urging Fenland District Council to put CCTV cameras at Eastwood Cemetery.
A prisoner from HMP Whitemoor in March will appear in court tomorrow (Tuesday 16) charged with attempted murder.
A worrying number of doctors do not understand mesh implant surgery complications so will not know what to do if a woman presents with problems - which can be years later, according to a survey.
The family of a 14-year-old Neale Wade student who died two months ago made a heartfelt plea for the return of a memorial plaque stolen from Eastwood Cemetery.
The Wisbech St Mary Sports and Community Centre hosted a special night of mediumship that was prompted by the late cancellation of a television celebrity psychic last month.