A man with a string of alcohol-related offences which frightened residents has been banned from Whittlesey for five years.
A cyclist is in a serious condition in Addenbrooke’s Hospital after he was in a collision with a van on the A142 between Sutton and Mepal.
Pupils at Glebelands Primary School in Chatteris will soon be enjoying a splashing time after winning second prize in MP Steve Barclay’s Read to Succeed campaign.
A man has been sentenced to life imprisonment after being found guilty of the murder of Laraine Rayner in Wisbech in April this year.
County councillors gave their backing – but by the narrowest of margins- to the reintroduction of grammar schools into Cambridgeshire.
The winner of March Camera Club’s annual Joe Fuller Competition (People and Portraits) has been crowned.
Get your chuckle muscles at the ready in time for legendary Irish comedian Jimmy Cricket who is returning to Wisbech thanks to popular demand.
Wisbech Grammar School students have won the friendship trophy in a peace poster competition sponsored by Wisbech Lions Club.
A £250,000 project to get Fenland more active is celebrating its first anniversary.
An inmate at Peterborough prison was jailed today for 14 years for beating his cellmate to death with a flat screen television.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Devolution Deal has been praised for its strong partnership and willingness to get the best for its communities.
A prisoner was killed in a horrifying attack by his cell mate who was today (Weds 19) found guilty of manslaughter by diminished responsibility.
The number of recorded rapes in Cambridgeshire rose by over 40 per cent last year, statistics from the police inspectorate have revealed.
Police put a ruler alongside it to show the length of one of the first knives handed in at Wisbech during an amnesty that began yesterday.
Pupils at schools in Whittlesey have learned referee skills in a series of fun sessions organised by the Peterborough Referees Association.
Two dogs were seized and a man reported during hare coursing patrols in the county at the weekend.
A couple from Chatteris who decided to dump a television by the side of the road in Chatteris rather than take it to a recycling centre just a 20 minute drive away have been ordered to pay over £1,200 by Fenland District Council.
Mel Mattless is still without a win as March Town boss after his new side slipped to another heavy defeat last weekend.
There was standing room only as hundreds of mourners crammed into a chapel to remember a “true Essex girl” who died aged 48.
Did you go out in Norwich last weekend? We’ve gone inside some of the city’s hottest clubs and bars to see who’s been out and about, see if you can spot yourself in our gallery below.
Honiton’s streets were alive with the sights and sounds of the carnival last Saturday (October 22).
A fall in the value of the British pound post-Brexit is leading to a decline in migrant farmworkers in the UK, new figures suggest.