A white van snapped in half after hitting Stonea rail bridge in the Fens but no one was seriously injured. It was the 12th time this year the bridge has been hit.
A Wisbech man tried to claim that 14,000 indecent images of children and more than 400 videos found on his computer were there before he bought the laptop at a car boot sale.
Sick patients had appointments cancelled by the ambulance service because of a lack of vehicles, according to claims made by a union representative to an NHS boss.
Beauty therapy students from the College of West Anglia's (CWA) Wisbech Campus have supported NHS staff by offering free pamper treatments at North Cambridgeshire Hospital.
Some of the 183 pupils in Cambridgeshire with special education needs and disability (SEND) who use taxis or get to school in low occupancy vehicles, sometimes with passenger assistants, could be taught how to travel independently.
Perkins Great Eastern run was cancelled just half an hour before the event was due to start following reports of a man acting suspiciously.
A paramedic for the East of England Ambulance Service has appeared in court this morning (Monday) to face rape charges.
Police in Cambridgeshire made a shocking discovery over the weekend after they stopped a teenager under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
A young woman thanked the emergency services after she escaped with only minor injuries after her car hit a lamp post at Whittlesey today.
A 22 -year-old man from Wisbech has been given a suspended prison sentence and banned from keeping any pet for 15 years after being found guilty of inflicting serious injuries to a kitten.
Up to £38,000 a year is to be paid by Fenland Council to recruit a 'problem solving officer' to bring some of the district's 1,400 empty homes back into use.
A 20-year-old from March will be taking on a half marathon to set up a performing arts trust in memory of 20Twenty's Geri Crooke.
The five-bedroom home Fenland home of world champion swimmer Mark Stevens in is up for sale for more than £600,000.
A Wisbech man who went on the run after being charged with gun and drug crimes has been jailed for more than 14 years - five years after being bailed and fleeing to Spain.
Mayor James Palmer has floated the idea of the Cambridgeshire Metro extending all the way north to Ramsey and Peterborough.
A Wisbech man injured his wife and daughter with broken glass, smashed up the family TV and broke the living room window with a shovel.
A Fen farm worker has been handed a suspended sentence after he was caught sending sexual messages and gifts to his boss's teenage daughter.
Abtec Industries and Fenland RP were the big winners at the 11th annual Fenland Enterprise Business Awards, each taking home two awards on the night.
Fears that disturbance from a large car meet could spread has prompted a dramatic move by Cambridgeshire Police.
A man who waited more than a year to come to court after being found with thousands of indecent images of children was handed a suspended sentence.
A Lithuanian man living in a Fenland village is facing trial at Peterborough Crown Court later this month to answer sexual offence charges, both involving teenagers.
A March man who was nearly three times over the drink drive limit when he was stopped on the Isle of Ely Way has been banned from driving for more than two years.
Holidaymakers and homeowners are breathing a sigh of relief after the threat of severe coastal flooding passed without major incident.
A mother and son who controlled two Slovakian men's bank accounts and took out loans and phone contracts in their names have been jailed.
A father-of-three from Chatteris will take on his 10th half marathon of 2019 to raise money for a suicide prevention charity in memory of his friend.
A flood warning has closed North Bank between Peterborough and Whittlesey.
Organisers of a Fenland church flower festival were "absolutely thrilled" with the support they received over the weekend.
People will be asked a series of questions on NHS services in Cambridgeshire such as if they would rather travel further to be seen quicker.
A man who accessed content on a website whilst banned from doing so - and deleted internet history - has been sent to Cambridge Crown Court for sentencing.
The livelihoods of up to 3,000 people in Peterborough may be affected by the collapse of Thomas Cook, according to the leader of the city council.
March Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society - better known as MADAOS - perform the show 'Broadway and Beyond' at March Community Centre from Wednesday 23 to Saturday 26 October.