Uncertainty has prompted the Bramley Line – the organisation fighting to reopen the March to Wisbech link – to only undertake “minimal track maintenance” until its future is decided.
A charity’s annual quiz night at The Ivy Leaf in Whittlesey was a resounding success.
The 101 non emergency number for Cambridgeshire police is back working.
The managing director of a Cambridgeshire company who exported over £3 million worth of banned products to Iran must repay £68,000 of “criminal profits”.
The planning inspector’s decision to reject a proposal to build 249 homes near the Dog in a Doublet sluice in Whittlesey has been welcomed by an MP.
A health summit was held at Chatteris to discuss how to improve provision in Fenland.
A former Mayor of March is one of the brave people who have signed up to walk over scalding hot coals for charity.
A bungling burglar who fled two homes – once after his spade set off an alarm and then when he was spotted dangling from an upstairs window- has been jailed.
A former England rugby international who was struck down with multiple sclerosis 15 years ago gave an inspirational talk to Wisbech Grammar School pupils.
Outstanding firefighters were recognised at Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) Excellence Awards last night.
A man who stole more than £60,000 from his elderly and vulnerable great aunt has been jailed for more than three years.
Police are appealing for witnesses to two altercations outside a Fenland primary school.
MP Steve Barclay has met with FA chairman Greg Dyke to discuss improving football pitches in Fenland.
A former mayor has been banned from Age UK’s Wisbech charity shop after an incident involving a volunteer member of staff.
An MP has rebelled against his own Government and voted to keep UK law and order regulations separate from those being proposed by the European Union.
The manager at one of London’s busiest railway stations was the guest speaker at the March Society’s monthly meeting.
A person had to be cut free after two cars collided in Wisbech yesterday.
Trains travelling in both directions – and carrying some 220 passengers- struck at least a dozen horses near Waterbeach, it was confirmed tonight.
A football thug who beat up a fan of his own team as they returned from a Wembley play-off final, has been jailed for 16 months.
A coot found swimming round in circles after getting its feet entangled in fishing tackle was rescued by the RSPCA.
People at risk of HIV have been urged to get tested.
With the Christmas season of goodwill fast approaching now is perhaps a good time not to forget the tax rules relating to gifts and parties.
A team of workers at a vegetable growing factory in Chatteris have won their company’s Outstanding Innovation of the Year award.
A Somerset farmer spoke of the devastation caused by the floods that his county was guest speaker at a dinner of Fenland farmers.
A March detective accused of kissing and touching female police officers “went to many and varied lengths to gain access to women”, a court heard.
A carpenter’s work will be featured on an ITV daytime interior design show next week.
Father Christmas will literally drop from the sky to give dogs from an RSPCA rescue centre their treats at this year’s Christmas event.
An alleyway was set on fire in Wisbech in the early hours of this morning.
A stunning shot of a fly helped a photographer from March Camera Club scoop one of the awards at a competition involving 10 clubs.
The former home of Wisbech Town Football Club is up at auction next month.