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Family and friends have been left shocked and devastated at the death of 19-year-old Alex Matthews.

Cambridge Crown Court.

Two drug dealers from March who were arrested after a tip off to police because of the smell of cannabis from the home of one of them been spared jail.

Last year, Fenland District Council ran a campaign to highlight the problem of dog fouling by spraying mess left behind by owners. Cllr Peter Murphy is pictured spraying some poop in Wisbech Park.

The possibility of posting dog poop back to owners who fail to remove it from public spaces was discussed at last night’s meeting of Fenland District Council.

Quniton Carroll gives a talk at the March Society meeting.

Fifty people attended The March Society’s talk given by Cambridgeshire Archaeologist Quinton Carroll on ‘Stonea camp, the Iceni and the Romans’.

The lorry is recovered from a field. Pictures: FENCOPS

Crews worked through the night to recover a lorry that left the A47 near Guyhirn and plunged into a field.

 Wisbech Town was the host venue for a  half term Football Association referee course.

Seven budding young referees were put through their paces during a two day FA referees course at Wisbech Town.

The lorry overturned along Hook Drove, between March and Wimblington.

A lorry overturned along a Fenland drove this morning into a field – shedding its crop load.

A police chase took place through Fenland.

Two people have been arrested on suspicion of drug offences after a police chase through Fenland last night.

Foster carers Martin and Lee Shaw

A Fen couple are joining a campaign calling for more gay, lesbian, transgender and single people to consider fostering in Cambridgeshire.

Showfields Ltd submit new housing plans for Whittlesey

Developers believe new plans for 220 homes on Whittlesey’s controversial Showfields site will allay fears of flooding raised by a previous application.

Cornish couple held by Cambridgeshre Police in a case of mistaken identity

A couple from Cornwall were wrongly arrested as part of inquiries into the murder of Cambridgeshire traveller Jessie Smith.

A car caught fire in Chatteris last night.

Wisbech Grammar School's Magdalene House try out instruments

A multicultural music workshop has given pupils at Wisbech Grammar School’s preparatory school a chance to try their hand at a string of exotic instruments.

Performers take to the stage at the annual fundraising concert.

An annual fundraising concert in aid of The Jenner Health Centre raised more than £900.

A Government scheme to help small and medium businesses install superfast broadband has been extended to companies in Fenland.

Some buses going in and out of King's Lynn will use a temporary bus station

Passengers travelling into King’s Lynn will have their buses temporarily relocated while the bus station is refurbished.

Haran store, Norfolk Street, Wisbech. Picture: Steve Williams.

A teenager was arrested early today for suspected robbery and assault – hours after thousands of our readers had seen dramatic CCTV footage of the alleged incident.

Jet Garage, Witcham Toll,

The company in charge of a petrol station in Witcham Toll has been fined thousands of pounds after environmental health officers discovered that the premises were infested with mice.

Una Crown whose killer is still at large

The inquest of Una Crown is to be resumed at the end of next month.

The flooded road at Welney

A flooding solution for Welney is on target with the news that a study into it is running to time schedules.

Proposed speed limit Wimblington Road, March.

A speed limit reduction on a stretch of the Wimblington Road in March has moved a step closer.

Twenty foot bank. 50mph speed restriction signs installed. Picture: Steve Williams.

Seven years after the death of a nine year old girl sparked a road safety campaign, speed limit signs have been reinstated on the road where she died.

Tim Wildbore

Colleagues of two men killed in a four vehicle collision on the A10 near Littleport paid tribute to “extremely well-liked, friendly and popular” members of the team.

Council votes to keep its free tea for councillors

Cambridgeshire County Council may be counting every penny as it tightens its belt but free tea and coffee for councillors is set to stay.

Rubbish and tyres inside a barn in Chatteris were torched last night.

Sean Brown.

A former March AC runner has completed a treacherous 430 mile race across Canada ... at the fourth attempt.

Shire Hall, Chambridge.

More views are needed to help work out the transport needs of vulnerable adults in the county.

Heron House Care Home, March.

Heron House care home in March has made significant progress since its last inspection but still “requires improvement” in certain areas, a Care Quality Commission report says.

Arsonists have struck twice in the space of 48 hours, targeting a house and two lorries.

 Shooting on land in Chatteris.Alisa and Ashley Hicks. Picture: Steve Williams.

A farmer is trying to stop shooting groups coming close to his cattle on farmland on the outskirts of Chatteris.

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