A host of stalls and entertainment raised more than £400 for a March care home.
Chatteris people need to speak up now on what adult education courses or evening classes they would like to see provided in the town.
A massive energy efficient onion storage unit will be built by a Wisbech firm thanks to its second grant money pot awarded in less than two months.
A person has died in a two vehicle collision on the A1 near Wansford.
An 11th hour deal looks set to resolve a long-standing stale-mate over Littleport’s multimillion pound schools and leisure centre scheme.
The March and Chatteris District Macmillan Cancer Support fundraising group is calling on people in the towns and villages with a little or a lot of a time to spare to help the charity.
Ever wanted to know how to spot a water vole or an otter? Then a talk later this month is just the thing.
The Fens took a battering on Sunday as high winds brought down garden fence panels and in one field destroyed an animal shelter and a row of solar panels.
A Wisbech student who helps care for two disabled people is in the running for a competition that awards young positive role models.
Local government minister Eric Pickles has told a fellow minister to get a move on to bring the Wisbech to March rail line back into service.
Peterborough Cathedral has been awarded £200,000 to carry out urgent repairs to part of the floor.
A fresh plea has been made to the government to hand over more than £14m to fix drought-damaged roads in the Fens.
A make up artist student helped staff at Sainsbury’s get in the Red Nose fund rasing spirit when she painted their faces to help raise money for charity.
A 49 year old man has been jailed for 32 months for causing grievous bodily harm.
A record number of companies were formed in Fenland last year, according to latest figures.
Two police officers are due to stand trial over claims they assaulted a man while on duty.
Churches Together in Wisbech is hosting a hustings of the north east Cambridgeshire candidates in the run up to the 2015 general election.
Britain is walking tall, George Osborne said as he stood side on to the despatch box, almost slouching.
Former leader Martin Curtis is to announce his resignation from Cambridgeshire County Council and force a by election on the same day as the General Election.
Labour’s would-be MP Ken Rustidge was given a tour of McCains Foods in Whittlesey recently.
Labour’s would-be MP Ken Rustidge is calling for a review of taxation on supermarket alcohol sales in a bid to help pubs.
Ely got a battering on Sunday as high winds brought down trees, fence panels, and even a lamp post.
A national charity devoted to supporting people with mental health problems held a health and well being fair at March.
A church needs to raise £187,000 to repair its rotting roof and secure its future.
Pupils donned their most spectacular headwear for their school’s Easter bonnet parade.
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