A competition has been launched to find this year’s Fenland poet laureate.
Outstanding on-call firefighters were recognised at Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) Excellence Awards last night.
Cambridgeshire’s newest fire station will be officially opened on Monday at 2.30pm.
A lunch time organ and song recital will be held in Newmarket on Saturday to raise funds to tackle the Ebola crisis in Africa.
More than 35 Italian Spinone owners and breeders attended a special day at the Animal Health Trust (AHT)to help support research projects into diseases commonly found in the breed.
A new leisure centre and swimming pool for East Cambridgeshire has moved a step closer.
Tributes have been paid to a former speedway promoter who was credited with transforming the fortunes of one of the biggest clubs in the sport.
Firefighters were called after a vintage tractor caught fire in Haddenham, on Thursday.
Recycling and refuse company, AmeyCespa has been awarded a lucrative contract to process recyclable waste collected from households across East Cambridgeshire.
Cambridgeshire County Council says it will not make the same mistakes with Ely’s southern bypass as it did with the guided bus.
A football thug who beat up a fan of his own team as they returned from a Wembley play-off final, has been jailed for 16 months.
RSPCA says trapped bird “would have starved to death in a slow, horrible way” had it not been spotted in time
A coot found swimming round in circles after getting its feet entangled in fishing tackle was rescued by the RSPCA.
Wake up call to Cambridgeshire for HIV testing after report reveals one quarter of sufferers are unaware they have the infection
People at risk of HIV have been urged to get tested.
Princess Michael of Kent is coming to Ely early next month to talk about her new book, Agnes Sorel: Mistress of Beauty.
A Christmas fair organised to raise funds in memory of Exning schoolgirl, Sophie Bell, who died as a result of a brain tumour will be held in the village church on Saturday.
Multiple recognition for staff at Isleham Produce World site at awards including for man who saved life
The Isleham site was a big winner at this year’s Pride of Produce World Group Awards.
A man from Newmarket has been warned that all sentencing options are
An inquest has been opened into the death of a man whose body was found at a house in Exning.
Artist Jacquie Jones will be at Kettlefield school’s Christmas fair which is being held tomorrow between 2.30pm-5pm.
British Transport Police have launched an investigation after at least six horses were killed after wandering onto a train line.