A street drinking culture in Wisbech is set to be tackled head on thanks to two projects to reduce the impact of migration on communities in Fenland.
A family, who said a disabled bathroom conversion by a local tradesman looked like a five year old had done it, have been rescued by a charity who have paid to fix the mess.
Scam crackdown talks have been taking place across the region to educate elderly and vulnerable people against frauds including bank and IT scams.
The youngest winner has been announced for the Coates Citizen of the Year award for her commitment to fund raising.
A young magician has raised more than £160 for a brain tumour charity after he staged a magic show at March Town Hall.
It caused a flurry of interest across social media as people watched a giant transformner being transported along the A17 and A47 to Walpole sub station.
Cromwell Community College is joining the same academy trust as Kingsfield Primary and Neale Wade when students go back for the new term in September.
A 50 year old woman is under investigation after a designer handbag was stolen in an opportunist bag snatch from March Market Place.
Families and friends of young and vulnerable people, groomed into drug running for city dealers, are being asked to report the abuse.
Holidaymakers at Center Parcs were told to stay in their lodges after a customer “reported overhearing someone mention a suspect device.”
Offences involving adults in positions of trust who have sexual contact with children in their care have risen to 23 last year in Cambridgeshire, official figures shows.
A headt teacher has been told by Ofsted that leaders at his school have “an overly generous view of the quality of provision” and must take urgent action to address safe guarding.
Motorists are being warned to drive safely when a heavy load lorry takes a transformer to Walpole substation.
A foal has been left so traumatised after just one week of being stolen away from her mother that she now stares blankly into a corner.
Seven of eight miniature ponies stolen from the outskirts of March have been found.
It was standing room only as women and their families from across Britain crammed into a committee room joined by MPs and high profile doctors for an emotional mesh lobby in support of Sling the Mesh.
A dance group in March is celebrating 21 years since it was launched in the town.
Students at Neale Wade Academy are to be supported into their future careers by focused role models.
Pressure is mounting as police across the county struggle to provide a frontline response with a rise in 999 calls but less officers to deal with the workload.
Ely College hosted an inspiring awards evening to celebrate adult learners who have made amazing progress.
A Neale Wade Academy student has been awarded a prestigious scholarship to help with his graphic design studies.
A March postman has walked from Bath to Cheltenham to raise hundreds of pounds for a children’s charity.
A 20 year old is staging a magic show to raise money for a cancer charity using the skills he learnt while in hospital as a teenager being treated for a brain tumour.
Machinery sales are proving profitable for farmers as Cheffins on site machinery auctions top £4m in six months.
The Citizens Advice Bureau has closed its drop in service in March library after being a regular feature in town for years.
Pedal power will be out in force when staff at FACET charity college get on their bikes in green tutus to cycle from March to Hunstanton.
A special needs teacher has written a book about life growing up with two brothers with Down’s Syndrome and within a month has sold more than 100 copies including to readers in India and Australia.
People are being urged to help create a cannabis odour map to trace how far the smell of legal plants waft across the region during harvesting.
Police said they were “lost for words” after a morning drink driver was stopped and found to be five times the legal limit.
County councillors could get a rise in their basic allowance to make up for an increasing workload from larger new boundary areas.