Bodycam evidence from police helped to jail a man who left his partner with serious injuries during a nightime attack.
Pupils in Ely celebrated the Royal Wedding in true red, white and blue style as they dressed up in patriotic colours for the day.
A staff nurse from Wisbech has celebrated 50 years since she entered the profession – and has no intention of retiring just yet.
Take-away delivery drivers in the Fens have been warned to check they have the correct insurance cover.
It was not only a special weekend for Harry and Meghan but our Ely hero Jorja Furze - who was part of the big day.
“The lights illuminated the area and at that point I knew that I was not going to die, or at least my life chances were now being raised.”
There’s plenty to get excited about as the Isle of Ely Arts Festival kicks off in June with a month of arts and cultural events throughout East Cambridgeshire.
The outgoing mayor of Ely surprised an Ely charity with a donation of £1,300 at their latest meeting.
Mayor James Palmer has met with train operators to challenge them to ‘expand and improve’ rail services across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
A Whittlesey councillor has been re-elected chairman of Fenland District Council – just days after quitting her role as chairman of the local Conservative association.
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is to open a new shop in Soham on June 7.
There was no wedding I would rather have been at than that of Alice and Hugo’s on Saturday.
Campaigners are calling for the Government to revisit the science of mesh implants amid shocking evidence from a leading chemist who says an airline plastic water cup contains more protective additive than the controversial surgical mesh material.
The artists set to take to the stage at Stowmarket’s biggest annual music festival have been announced.
Companies based at an Ely business park are being offered a bike share scheme with the aim to “reduce vehicle movements on the park and encourage a healthier working environment”.
An East Cambridgeshire school that could become an academy has caused outrage among parents who claim they were “appalled” to not be told about the move before.
We all have to do it of course – even with a large family the weekly shop is a necessity.
A service that offers blind and partially sighted people the chance to listen to their local newspaper is being backed by Mayor of Ely, Councillor Richard Hobbs, the president for Fenprobe.
Residents who claim an extension to a concrete plant in Littleport will make it five times the size of Ely leisure village criticised a new report that says it will not make “a perceptible difference” to the view.
The death of a Lithuanian national in March – which led to a murder investigation – is no longer being treated as suspicious, police have confirmed.