An Armed Forces day took place in Wisbech which included a range of stalls by local ex-services associations and interested parties featuring displays and attractions.
Staff were evacuated after there was a bomb hoax at the passport office in Peterborough.
Magic and coffee combine for a fund raising event in Whittlesey.
Around 10,000 cyclists are expected to descend on Cambridgeshire for the first of its kind in a massive cycling event with a chance to qualify for world finals.
A pair of former classmates have reunited – and are aiming to raise the profile of one of the region’s most important historical figures.
A man whose dogs died in a hot car is in a national RSPCA campaign to warn others to take care when leaving their animals unattended in vehicles.
A mini beer festival and fund raising western style rodeo is coming to a pub near Whittlesey to raise money for a host of local good causes.
More trains are announced as the newest railway station in East Anglia is opened in Cambridge.
Historic buses and coaches will once again take over Whittlesey this weekend for the popular Busfest event.
Cannabis with a street value of nearly £50,000 was found after two men were spotted leaving a house in Creek Road, March.
A watch commander retiring from the fire service after more than 30 years has described his profession as “one of the most caring professions out there.”
The Wisbech St Mary Sports and Community Centre hosted a special night of mediumship that was prompted by the late cancellation of a television celebrity psychic last month.
It looks as though Sparta ABC has welcomed another promising young starlet to its roster.
James Palmer has vowed to do “everything he can to make sure everyone is included in the future of the county” after winning the race to become Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s first elected mayor.
County council leader Steve Count pulled off a decisive victory – topping the poll by 169 votes from his running mate Jan French.
Conservative candidate Chris Boden held onto his seat for the Whittlesey North division.
Yet another election! This time of a local nature to appoint the “£770 million mayor” (Ely Standard April 20).
A young woman from Benwick has thanked the medics credited by doctors for saving her life after she contracted bacterial meningitis.
Two life-long friends from Whittlesey celebrated opening their new shop in style.
The newly formed combined authority for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough – that will have the newly elected mayor as its head – has failed to find a £150,000 chief executive to run it.
The former chairman of governors of a Peterborough school was jailed for two years for offences relating to indecent images of children.
A nurse from the Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre in Wisbech was one of sixty runners to help raise £23,000 for the hospice at the Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon.
People in Fenland are taking the most anti depressants compared to anywhere else in Britain, according to a new report.
Two leading local mental health charities have become one this month.
Road and rail commuters were delayed today after lorry failed to clear a crossing at Ely today and became stuck.
A pledge by Tory candidate for mayor James Palmer to sort out “delays caused by the present system” was made a week after Cambridgeshire County Council put the £16m Kings Dyke bridge, Whittlesey, out to tender.
With a term of just four years, it’s important the mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough makes a “quick impression”.
The mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough will need more funding from the government to deal with issues facing the county.
“If I say I’m going to do it, then my record suggests I’ve done it.”
The £600 million controlled by the new mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough should be spent on solving the county’s current problems before splashing it elsewhere.