A Wisbech woman has been shortlisted, among 19 others, for a national award that recognises the work of employees in the housing and care sector.
A senior leader at Wisbech Grammar School has been appointed as the first ever female director of music at Peterborough Cathedral.
Chatteris star Jordan Gill stretched his perfect professional record to 20 fights last Saturday.
A road bridge or underpass will now be needed at Ely as part of long-awaited improvements to the worst bottleneck on the region’s railway network.
A theatre group for youngsters in Doddington is celebrating its 20th birthday with a special performance in one of London’s iconic West End Theatres.
MP Lucy Frazer has attacked a decision to bring forward a rail service from Ely to London by 13 minutes that will add an extra £15 to the journey.
People from the Fens joined thousands of runners to successfully cross the finish line for the 37th London marathon.
The 2018 London Marathon brought back memories for an Ely man who 15 years earlier was refused entry to the race because his disabled trike failed a health and safety test.
March resident Dan Roper joined the GB Goalball squad as they took on Europe’s best at the Middle European Goalball League (MEGL) tournament.
Mayor James Palmer has booked the Lady Chapel at Ely Cathedral to host his first inaugural summer ball for charity.
Recorded knife crimes have more than doubled in Cambridgeshire over the last five years, reflecting a national rise in stabbings.
Two students from the Fens have been invited to celebrate the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this month.
It was a family affair of running for Three Counties Running Club members at the weekend.
An uncle left “heartbroken beyond words” by the death of his nephew will run three marathons in three weeks to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).
A prolific burglar who smashed his way into three separate homes before leading police on a car chase has been sectioned indefinitely.
Our Fen running clubs have had a string of successful runs and competitions – here’s a roundup of how they got on.
Terence Rattigan’s ‘The Winslow Boy’ is at the Cambridge Arts Theatre from March 26 to 31.
A Wisbech Grammar School pupil is the second from the school to gain a place with the Youth Music Theatre.
March 17 (worst day of the year, unless you are Irish).
Five East of England civil engineering projects have been added to a list of 200 projects that shaped the world.
Two young boxers from the Haddenham ABC fought well in bouts at London at the weekend with one win and one close loss.
A “large number” of schools across Cambridgeshire received bomb threats this morning (March 19).
The snow, cold winds and ice didn’t put off Three Counties Running Club Members running their socks off at the final Shouldham Cross Country event of the series and bagging lots of PB’s and podium places.
Council bosses say ‘more resources’ are needed to tackle problems with rogue landlords in Wisbech – despite dismissing plans to introduce a selective licensing scheme.
Goalkeeper Nick Pope, who comes from Wicken, has been called up to the England national team.
Hundreds of fashion-forward Cambridge University students filled the city’s Corn Exchange last night at an annual charity fashion show, this year raising £5,000 for anti human trafficking charity A21.
Norfolk Symphony Orchestra will bring the colours and sounds of French impressionist music to St Nicholas Chapel in King’s Lynn on Sunday March 25.
The weekend saw the Frostbite final race, the Milton Keynes 20 mile Race and Rough Runner Half Marathon.
A Chatteris-based engineering firm has been commended for its investment in skills at a national engineering award ceremony.
A former sports bar has been revamped into a countryside pub offering visitors the chance to listen to live music.