Christmas is approaching, and so is Santa, once again he’ll be taking a tour around March led by the Lions Club and the Rotary Club.
A £13,500 grant to community transport provider ESACT that was frozen in January has now been withdrawn.
Winner of the St Andrew’s Church, Whittlesey, autumn draw has been revealed; his prize, a two minute supermarket sweep of his local Co-op.
Tributes have been paid to former March Town secretary and board member, Mandy Welcher, who died on November 13.
A March family’s festive dance has gone viral for a national Christmas campaign after they were picked by talent spotters online.
A couple has won a historic battle for permission to build six homes at Christchurch after successfully challenging Fenland Council’s refusal that could have widespread consequences.
A night of food and an auction raised £3,000 for Scotty’s Little Soldiers that looks after the families of wounded and killed soldiers.
A motorcycle was stolen during a garage burglary in Wisbech on Saturday (November 17).
A new era at March Brass has begun.
Whittlesey firefighter Aaron Dunmore has been presented with over £700 for The Fire Fighters Charity for his participation in a ‘Human Hound Challenge’ at Peterborough Greyhounds Stadium.
There were some nervous shoppers in March today as the enforcers hired by Fenland Council to change litter dropping habits arrived in town.
A drink driver has been charged for being nearly three times the legal limit, crashing into a parked car in Main Road, Elm and trying to flee the scene.
A 26 year old carpet fitter has been found guilty of making paedophile photographs at the most severe level.
A health trust in Cambridgeshire has refuted suggestions that hundreds of children have been ‘rejected’ mental health treatment in the county.
A 40-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of theft and possession of a knife with a three-inch blade in Wisbech town centre.
On farmland at the old RAF Downham Market site a vision of the future was meant to take shape, employing 6,000 people and finding cures to deadly diseases.
A driver accused of causing the deaths of two passengers in a crash near the Ramsey Forty Foot has been remanded in custody after an appearance at Peterborough Crown Court.
Unofficial public spending watchdog the TaxPayers’ Alliance (TPA) singled out East Cambridgeshire District Council for being among 173 local authorities that pay its employees 65p a mile for using their own car.
Children in Need fundraisers have been getting stuck in with all sorts of activities to drum up cash over the past week.
The countdown to Christmas officially began in Hornchurch at the weekend as the tree was put up and the lights were switched on.
A woman murdered in Muswell Hill last week has been named, as the police are urging anybody who saw her on Wednesday 15 or Thursday 16 November to get in touch.
Baldock welcomed a new quirky coffee and vinyl store to its High Street on Saturday.
Hitchin town centre was packed with lovers of good drink and fine delicacies at the weekend during the annual wine and food festival.
Growing maize under biodegradable film has the potential to deliver a significantly earlier harvest or dramatically increased yields, according to crop trials in East Anglia.