Fourteen people have died at Peterborough City Hospital from coronavirus –in a city where photographic evidence poses the question whether social distancing is being observed.
Rev Wilbert Awdry wrote 13 of his popular children’s books at The Old Vicarage in Emneth between 1953 and 1965.
Police in Cambridgeshire are urging members of the public to report neighbours and people in the community for breaches of the coronavirus lock-down restrictions.
Police raided a house in the Fens and discovered cannabis plants that, when fully grown, could have been worth tens of thousands of pounds.
A Chatteris restaurant and takeaway has been told ‘major improvement’ is necessary following a one-star food hygiene rating.
Lance Smith received a prison sentence of more than three-and-a-half years for tormenting, beating and controlling his ex-partner.
Boris Johnson is in a “stable” condition after spending the night in intensive care as he battles coronavirus.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough prepare for temporary mortuary facility following coronavirus outbreak
Stainless Metalcraft from Chatteris has donated hundreds of pounds to two food banks in aid of its community fund.
A Doddington boy who was upset that he couldn’t celebrate turning seven-years-old with his friends because of the coronavirus lockdown ended up having the “best birthday ever” thanks to the kindness of strangers.