A man jailed for eight months for spitting at Cambridgeshire police officers after claiming he had coronavirus is part of a worrying trend, says a senior officer.
Officials at Whitemoor Prison took to Twitter this week to explain a little of how they are coping with the coronavirus pandemic.
Madness, Rag’n’Bone Man and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will not be performing at Thetford Forest this year after Forest Live events were cancelled amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A medical practice in March accidentally sent letters to one of its patients who they believed were ‘at high risk’ of catching the coronavirus.
Fenland District Council has started to process the first of the Government grants to help local businesses through the coronavirus pandemic.
A dedicated shop manager in Somersham is making sure isolating residents “stay strong” by delivering essentials to their homes.
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MP Steve Barclay says he has been given assurances that closure of the minor injury units at Doddington and Wisbech – revealed earlier today - are only temporary.
Get up, get dressed and get ready – even if you’re working from home, says Cambridgeshire’s director of public health.
Three new shelters have arrived at Whittlesea and Manea rail stops as part of a large-scale investment programme into Fenland’s train stations.
Support services for victims of crime are still available, acting Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner Ray Bisby has said.
A Littleport man has appeared in court on multiple charges including that of having a Stanley type knife in a public place.
A countywide effort will deliver food and other essentials to the most vulnerable in Cambridgeshire until a national scheme begins, councils have said.
There is a “heightened risk” of domestic abuse in Cambridgeshire during the pandemic, a councillor has warned as residents are reminded support services remain available during the lockdown.
An extraordinary effort by two councils is enabling those from overseas living or working in Cambridgeshire to access coronavirus advice in their own language.
All patients had pre-existing health conditions, says Trust.
A lorry driver carrying straw through a Cambridgeshire village has been reported for allegedly using his mobile phone whilst driving.
A new “Land Army” of workers is urgently needed to fill jobs on East Anglia’s fruit and vegetable farms and help feed the nation during the coronavirus pandemic, said industry leaders.
Police confirmed to Cambridgeshire County Council this week that no action will be taken against deputy leader Roger Hickford following the awarding to him of a county council farm tenancy.
A consultant in emergency medicine at Hinchingbrooke Hospital - who has recovered from coronavirus - has shared his story with The Hunts Post in a bid to urge the public to stay at home.