A mechanic who cost customers thousands of pounds after failing to carry out pre-paid work, changed his name, changed location, and has now disappeared - together with a customer’s £18,000 van.
A second cannabis factory has been found on the Warboys airfield, this time with a street value of £1.8 million.
A March vape shop targeted by burglars is working flat out to re-open to customers and is adding reinforced windows and state of the art CCTV.
Two Nisa stores in Chatteris have re-opened after stock was moved out and returned within the space of 24 hours.
The owner of a vape shop in March has been left heartbroken after burglars smashed their way into the store and stole the majority of his stock.
Weak medical device regulation has cost more than 1,000 people their lives in three years and left thousands suffering agonising pain, prompting a call for radical reform into how implants are approved.
For feel-good half term fun this final instalment of the DreamWorks’ dragon-riding trilogy, is a must watch this month.
Harry Redknapp has been announced as a celebrity guest for Truckfest Peterborough in May.
A dog lover has started a petition to have a special space fenced off in West End Park in March so people can exercise their pets off the lead.
A royal visitor could be on its way to your home if you fancy opening your door to a princess.
What a difference a fortnight makes for Ella the Staffie who is recovering from the ordeal of being brutally starved and dumped to die in freezing temperatures in the middle of nowhere.
Arthur Rank Hospice, which support more than 3,600 patients and their families in Cambridgeshire, has been recognised as outstanding.
Business leaders fear the closure of the Wisbech branch of Santander is a sign that if banks continue to close ‘at the rate of knots’ it could damage Cambridgeshire high streets ‘beyond repair.’
A PCSO won praise for chasing a rogue trader on foot and then stopping a suspect car on the same day but two hours after her shift ended.
Police are today visiting burglary suspects across March and Wisbech in a crackdown on crime in the Fens.
A Thomas Clarkson Academy student will travel to South Africa this summer for the World Indoor Netball Championships after being selected for England’s under-21s nets squad.
The man who died of a stab wound in Wisbech on Sunday evening (3) has been named by police.
Trains with double the number of carriages are desperately needed to tackle commuter over-crowding in rush hour, a meeting heard.
A 17 year old from Murrow has signed a professional contract with Peterborough United Football Club after joining the academy when he was just six.
Local musician and guitar teacher Cliff Ward performs in the duo Ward and Parker at Julias Tea Rooms.
A paedophile who raped and sexually assaulted a young girl has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
To skid on an ice patch and crash into a tree is bad luck, but to go back to collect your write-off wreck the next day and find it has been stolen is just plain ridiculous.
Enthusiasm is the order of the day for the newly launched March juniors golf club.
The number of animals affected by plastic litter is at an all-time high, with incidents in Cambridgeshire more than doubling in the last four years, according to the RSPCA.
A popular March town centre car park has been given a new lease of life following a £250,000 renovation by Fenland District Council.
A centennial plaque has been awarded to a March woman in recognition of her dedication to running the Food Bank.
A man in his 20s suffered minor injuries when he was in collision with a car in what is the second car and pedestrian collision in Wisbech town centre in 24 hours.
Victims of sexual violence need to know where to turn for support where they will be believed, says a campaign, launched to raise awareness of services available across Cambridgeshire.
Wisbech students are making their voices heard with ideas on how to shape the future of the town.
Half a million pounds worth of cannabis has been seized in Peterborough and five men have been arrested following a number of drugs warrants in the city.