A battle to build a house on an overgrown site in Wisbech has been won by developers after plans were refused due to crime and living conditions.
A large labrador from Emneth who struggled to walk has shed more than a third of her weight after ditching her sizeable diet.
A fundraising campaign has been launched to bring a tuk tuk to Soham to transport residents to community events and combat isolation.
Two people have been hurt after an explosion at a factory in Peterborough.
A woman who was killed in a collision in Cambridge yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) has been named.
It is full steam ahead for the future of community rail in Fenland after a community partnership has been relaunched with a new logo and branding.
A Moroccan singer from Wisbech who appeared on The Voice has received praise from Olly Murs for being ‘super talented’ despite failing to make it through the blind auditions.
A £2.6 million project to install traffic lights at a notorious accident blackspot in March is finally complete.
A mysterious multi-millionaire sent five Christmas cards with £200 inside to residents of Ely after picking the city randomly from Google.
Impressive skills were put on display as Fenland Gymnastics Academy (FGA), held their fifth annual extravaganza.
A talk about archaeological evidence, graffiti and personalised artefacts from Roman Britain will take place in Wisbech.
A talented nine-year-old who plays hockey in Walpole Highway has been picked for a regional tournament.
A cat that went missing in Walsoken was found inside Wisbech Castle after trekking 50 minutes from home over two months.
A March dance school held a party to celebrate the results of their exams – with 18 students awarded top level grades.
An indoor bowls club in Wisbech that has been forced out of the Hudson Leisure Centre will fold in two months unless a new venue is found.
A piece of farm machinery hit the railway bridge in Stonea prompting police to close the underpass.
A diverse line-up of Hip-Hop, R&B, House and Noughties throwbacks are set to hit Cambridge as part of this year’s Strawberries & Creem festival.
A Wisbech shop has lost an appeal to install roller shutters to protect against anti-social behaviour after more than 200 crimes in the area in two years.
More than 200 homes will be built in Leverington after a two-year battle despite fears raised by residents and in the early days by council director Gary Garford who lives nearby.
A vandal-stricken fountain in Wisbech is flowing with a new-look design after being restored.
A man who threatened his probation officer and said he would “set fire to the premises” because she wouldn’t send him to prison has been jailed.
A group of travellers have left land next to Mepal Outdoor Centre after a court order was issued.
It will be a magic night out if you play your cards right as Alfie McCreadie is set to impress with tricks and treats galore in aid of charity.
An £8,000 grant has seen Fenland Flyers jump for joy after being able to buy a double mini trampoline.
A special exhibition has launched in March on how unusual structures in Whittlesey have been preserved.
Get loved up and dance along to hits from a bygone era at the annual Valentine’s dance in Upwell.
A man stabbed a member of the public with a knife in Subway after refusing to wait his turn when ordering a cookie.
It was eyes down for a full house for Three Counties Running Club members who put on a charity bingo evening.
A community team in March that provide support to people living alone has launched a website.
Windows at March Town Hall will be replaced with double-glazing despite conservation officers urging refusal fearing “substantial harm” to the buildings heritage.