A fundraising campaign has been launched to bring a tuk tuk to Soham to transport residents to community events and combat isolation.
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.
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.
A man was arrested in Wisbech yesterday after police caught him with a steel plated baton.
A cat that went missing in Walsoken was found inside Wisbech Castle after trekking 50 minutes from home over two months.
A large haulage lorry was photographed after it crashed while driving on Cambridgeshire’s guided busway .
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.
Fifteen trees have been stolen from the community orchard in Wisbech Park – despite them only being planted there at the start of last year.
Lost property can be kept by whoever finds it as police say there is “no legal obligation” to hand anything in under new powers.
The Cambridge Science Festival returns to the city next month for its 25th outing.
What a difference a day makes for Ellie the staffie, who has gone from starved and dumped in the middle of nowhere, to snuggled in warm blankets and ready to go to a loving foster home.
An appeal has been launched to help a Staffie found dumped in freezing temperatures, shivering and close to death, at Dykemoor, near Doddington.
A sex offender living in Wisbech, who was caught and sentenced in a paedophile sting two years ago, was back in court today for breaking a court order about the use of a mobile phone.
Around 40 jobs are thought to be at risk following the sudden closure of West Norfolk electrical contractor Bloom and Wake Electrical.
A cold January evening did not prevent a well-attended March Society meeting with members enjoying their annual ‘Magnificent and Incredible Fun Quiz’.
Hair and beauty salons have been put on full alert in March following a break in at one of them, a theft from another and an attempted break-in at a third.
A father-of-two from Long Sutton who started out running on a treadmill less than two years ago is gearing up to take on six marathons in six days.
It was all smiles today for Kit Owen, the deputy mayor of March, after he married his young Filipino bride after a whirlwind courtship.
Ely’s famous cat, Garfield, has published a book about his adventures after becoming the star that shoppers loves to take selfies with inside Sainsbury’s superstore.
Fenland Council is taking to Twitter to test public opinion on its future plans.
A dog who was found at the side of railway tracks, emaciated and with broken bones, has been nursed back to health and is looking for his forever home for the new year.
The family and friends of a 29-year old who died days before Christmas in an incident in St Neots have described her as a ‘beautiful angel’.
A community is rallying round a popular local man who is off life support at Addenbrookes and making slow steps in his recovery after being badly beaten in an unprovoked attack on Christmas Day.
One of the organisers of the Christmas concert at Wisbech Bandstand on Sunday watched the hugely successful event unfold from a hospital bed.
A shop lifter who stole a Christmas gift set from an Ely store returned to hand it back and to apologise – hours after CCTV images were plastered over social media.
“I live my life not knowing how long I have left to live – if I can help others feel less alone then it will make it all worth it.”
The Wisbech Ladies Circle has teamed up with the Luxe Cinema to present an evening of supercalifragilisticexpialidocious surprises including a screening of Mary Poppins Returns.
The NR F1 Podcast reviews the 2018 Formula 1 season – with Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes top of the pile, plus some exiting developments awaiting in 2019.
Whittlesey Extravaganza enjoyed another great night out as the lights were switched on and the town went headlong into the festive season.
Police in Wisbech had the perfect response to social media pressure urging them to clamp down on illegal parking – they blitzed part of the town and issued 22 fixed penalty notices in a morning.