Councillor Julie Windle has been elected mayor of Whittlesey at the town’s annual council meeting and will replace Councillor Ralph Butcher.
A March man who was born with no eyes has been called a ‘merman’ by organisers of a fundraising swimming competition after he scooped first place.
A teenage learner driver from March says an accident on the A47 involving the car in which she was being taught to drive and a lorry, won’t put her off passing her test.
Bodycam evidence from police helped to jail a man who left his partner with serious injuries during a nightime attack.
At last we have good news filling the headlines.
The friends and family of a baby from Manea who has cystic fibrosis have written letters to the Prime Minister urging for new medication that could prolong his life to be available on the NHS.
A man who smothered his wife to death has been sectioned indefinitely.
A Wisbech man who admitted two charges of grooming a child following a paedophile ‘sting’ has been sentenced by a Peterborough court.
For an event that relies on volunteer drivers and bus owners giving of their time – and vehicles – for free, this year’s Busfest at Whittlesey achieved great success.
Mayor James Palmer has met with train operators to challenge them to ‘expand and improve’ rail services across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire has shed a third of its listeners in a year, according to figures released today.
A car was set alight in Peterborough on Wednesday night (May 16) prompting a plea for information by the fire service.
Four people have been detained and a stolen vehicle has been recovered following a police pursuit in Waterbeach on Tuesday (May 15).
A man who raped a girl 20 years ago has been jailed.
A collision in Peterborough has caused queues on the A15 towards the city and police are advising people “avoid the area”.
A senior leader at Wisbech Grammar School has been appointed as the first ever female director of music at Peterborough Cathedral.
A host of events is being planned at Hinchingbrooke Hospital to mark the 70th anniversary of the NHS on July 5.
Winners of the Cambridge United Sport in the Community awards
5k and 10k runs in aid of Cancer Research UK are promoted in style
One of the country’s smallest primary schools celebrated the Royal Wedding by staging its own mock church ceremony involving TWO child ‘couples’ called Harry and Megan.
Nearly 900 people – including a number of superheroes – were getting active in Sawston on Sunday (May 13) as the annual fun run returned.
The historic fair has taken place since 1201