A young man woke from a three day induced coma in hospital after he suffered an accident on his BMX at March Skate Park.
A March radio presenter has been given his own show on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.
Meadowgate School in Wisbech raised £287.50 for Comic Relief through the sale of red noses.
Crisp manufacturers Corkers were invited to the Houses of Parliament as part of a taste of Cambridgeshire event.
It’s full steam ahead at the Railway pub on Station Road in Whittlesey which reopened this week following a ten-week closure for a £300,000 refurbishment.
Around 500 people gathered in West End park in March to release balloons and lanterns as a tribute to a popular 14 year old Neale Wade student.
Fenland families with children suffering long term, debilitating illnesses, are being invited to apply for a free box of goodies to help them have fun getting creative together.
As the weather brightens and we get more sunny days drivers are being encouraged to be on the look out for bikers.
A former March journalist is having her second mystery thriller novel published.
March army cadet force had a minute of silence as a mark of respect to a 14 year old Neale Wade student who died last weekend and also for those involved in the Westminster attack in London this week.
The marketing and events officer at Peckover House has published her second book into the life and times of the local area and its people.
More than £2,000 has been raised for the Alan Hudson day treatment centre in Wisbech in memory of a woman who attended for six years for the treatment of myeloma.
Rural community projects could be in with the chance of a grant of up £5,000 thanks to a new national funding pot.
Nearly 30 children who are not old enough to attend primary school were victims of sexual abuse in Cambridgeshire in the last 12 months according to latest figures.
Clothing worn by Ed Sheeran is to be auctioned off to raise money for children’s charity East Anglian Children’s Hospices.
A biker is taking to the road for a 2,000 mile round trip to raise money for a national charity that takes injured veterans on motorbike holidays of their dreams.
A rapist who was at Whitemoor jail has been moved to a women-only prison after having gender reassignment surgery.
Ely Cathedral is supporting a clergyman who says the reason he has not been considered for a bishop’s post is because he is gay.
Cambridgeshire Police joined a minute’s silence at 9.33am to pay respect to the victims of the Westminster attack that left four dead and more than 40 inured.
A man in his 40s died following a collision in Wisbech this morning (March 21).
Boating fanatics plan to navigate the full stretch of the Old Bedford river - if they succeed it will be the first time it has been done in 11 years.
A small village Slimming World group has lost more than the equivalent of three adult male lions’ weight in just three months.
Staff at two care homes in Wisbech are celebrating after they performed strongly in a nationwide survey of care home residents.
Wisbech Grammar School pupil Benjamin York, 15, has qualified for the finals of a prestigious national recital competition.
A selection of stalls will be a regular feature at a March church that is launching its popular monthly table top sales.
Emergency care for older patients is being improved thanks to a pilot scheme being introduced to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A March mum, who won three trophies in a prestigious national bikini competition, is dedicating one of them to a war hero who inspired her to pick up the pieces of her life with positivity when she was at one of her lowest points.
A young mum is urging nurses to make sure they correctly record baby weights after her son was wrongly logged as losing 10 ounces in four days - a large amount for a young baby.
Surgical mesh used in hospitals across Cambridgeshire looks set to be reclassified to a higher risk medical device under plans to improve patient safety.
Child sexual exploitation has risen by more than a third in Cambridgeshire, according to figures, released ahead of a national day to educate young people about inappropriate behaviour from adults.