A Chatteris crew commander marked 40 years in the fire service by celebrating with members of his watch, former work colleagues and relatives.
Teenagers got creative when they volunteered to help a special needs community art group with a project to help raise awareness of their work.
A man was arrested for carrying an offensive weapon in the Fenland Walk area in March town centre last night (August 22).
A serviceman from RAF Mildenhall has been arrested in Staffordshire on suspicion of attempting to groom a 12-year-old girl.
A teacher led by example at a Wisbech school after joining her pupils to gain a B grade in A Level psychology.
Fundraisers went the extra mile at the weekend when an indoor group cycling challenge raised around £1,000 to help keep a brave Fenland boy – who was given just a 50 per cent chance of survival at birth - swimming.
A Norwich City fan woke up next to Wes Hoolahan after a Cambridgshire hotel fulfilled his special request for a framed photo of the much-loved midfielder by his bed.
A Fenland grandfather is hoping to raise £65,000 to create green energy by tapping into the wind power caused by passing motorists.
A world champion darts player came to March for a showcase event at the GER Sports Club.
Police are looking for witnesses to an attempted kidnapping in Peterborough on Friday (August 18).
Mayor James Palmer James Palmer has criticised the £16 million roundabout improvements at Guyhirn for “falling short” of what’s needed to improve congestion on the A47.
A Cambridgeshire police office has been identified as the victim of a fatal collision on the A605 on Friday.
Six figure salary posts within the new Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority have been put on hold whilst an internal disagreement over how much is being spent is resolved.
Police have widened the net in trying to trace a man wanted on recall to prison and appealed to people in Peterborough and the Fens to help to find him.
A Cambridgeshire man has died in a collision on the A605 outside Peterborough.
More than 80 knives - including seven machetes - have been taken off the county’s streets following an amnesty.
Based on 2011 Census figures, Fenland is home to around 500 travellers/gypsies but many believe the number is double that.
Mayor James Palmer has bagged himself his own parking space at his new HQ – inside East Cambs offices The Grange in Ely – but only two of his team will also be able to park there.
Aspiring footballers taking part in a summer holiday scheme were surprised by a visit from Hammers captain Mark Noble.
Dragon boat racers, the emergency services and even Darth Vader joined in the fun at Richard House Children’s Hospice’s annual Summerfest.
Excited youngsters got to put on the famous yellow hard hats, pick up a hose and jump in a fire engine at Hainault Fire Station’s open day.
Racist symbols have been scratched into cars in a Dagenham housing estate.
To celebrate the 70th anniversary of Indian independence Valentines Mansion has three special exhibitions on the historic year.