Outdoor British Championships (June 16, 17)
A group of travellers who set up illegal encampments in Ely and Littleport before moving onto Wisbech are today being served an eviction order.
Rogue off-road motorcyclists in March are being warned that police are taking action to stop their bad behaviour following complaints of riding their bikes at people and their dogs,
Football isn’t just for boys. Accia and Steve Sharpe, managers of the Soham United Football Club U11 team, are encouraging more girls to get involved in the sport – here’s why.
Bikers are invited to dig out their cameras for a campaign to show that to the world they may be just one person, but to one person they’re the world.
Four Wisbech men are making a name for themselves playing American Football.
A mysterious package covered in black tape and dumped in a household bin prompted a major police incident in Wisbech today.
Eight residents on a street in March were surprised this afternoon (June 8) when they were each presented with a cheque for £30,000 after winning the People’s Postcode Lottery.
An article by this newspaper led to Kali the staffie finding a new home in Cambridgeshire.
Local speed skating team, Wisbech Inline Speed, were in Birmingham at the weekend taking part in the second of three back-to-back races held across the country.
A £1 million wind turbine – erected 11 years ago- is being allowed to burn itself out after being struck by lightning in the early hours of today.
The sun shone on the annual Outwell Festival this weekend - which included raft racing.
An East Cambridgeshire football team say they are “at risk of folding” after fears the club can not secure any new players.
Two people were arrested after police were alerted to a theft taking place in Chatteris last night (May 2).
A Wisbech beauty salon has carried out a random act of kindness by collecting goodies to send to a woman in Ghana to help boost the beauty salon she runs out of a storage container.
Work has begun on the transformation of Wisbech High Street ahead of its £350,000 ‘The Gap’ project.
Traffic jams outside his constituency office prompted a plea by MP Steve Barclay to the utility firm responsible - Anglia Water - to speed things up.
An open evening is being held at March cricket club to look ahead to this season’s games as well as a chance for people to hear about social events lined up for the summer.
It is possibly the most talked about embroidered artefact in the world and one woman from Wisbech has set out to create a replica of the famous Bayeux Tapestry - all 69 metres of it.
An animal therapy group hopes people will vote for them to receive up to £50,000 of National Lottery funding.
Sue Slack, a former librarian and researcher into women’s’ history from March gave The March Society a fascinating summary of the campaign work done by Cambridgeshire women as part of the suffragette movement.
A church in Wisbech is celebrating 200 years since it was founded.
A dedicated fundraiser from March will be aiming to trek up Mount Snowdon six times in 24 hours in memory of his friend Corporal Lee Scott - who was tragically killed while serving in Afghanistan.
Those tempted by a life on the Fenland waterways could get a taster at March Marina this weekend.
A man – thought to have been drinking – has been arrested after he crashed into a parked car in Wisbech last night and fled the scene.
An orphaned calf suspected to have been stolen from a farm in Emneth is still missing – as owners post emotional update.
A man who set fire to a house as part of a number of attacks against a man and woman has been jailed for five years.
A plea has gone out to help find a stolen pitbike that a teenager had owned for just four days.
An American style cheer leading team in the Fens is looking for new members.
Photos of an extraordinary array of recovered stolen goods have been released by Cambridgeshire Police.