Cambridgeshire Darts Organisation are to hold a Legends Vs Current players match to raise money for a charity close to their hearts, Cancer Research UK.
Police have released an e-fit of a man they want to track after a vehicle was tampered with in Gazeley.
A charity shop has launched an urgent appeal for volunteers.
The owner of a former care home near Ely has been given the all-clear to convert the building into a boarding house for farm workers – just a few months after plans for new apartments were refused.
The rush to utilise East Cambridgeshire’s fen farmland for green energy production showed no sign of slowing this week as a farmer in Stretham entered fresh plans for a 77-acre solar farm.
The Ely Guild of Woodturners is hosting its annual exhibition at the Cathedral Centre in Ely.
Ely’s long-awaited southern bypass could be one of five Cambridgeshire projects in line for European Union funding next spring – according to one MP.
An Ely author has penned a compelling tale about the true story of four young women who worked in a glamorous Cambridge department store in the 1950s.
Littleport firm JDR has won a major new contract to provide more than 70kilometres of cable to support a new offshore wind farm in Germany.
A community sports organisation has received more than £1,600 for new equipment thanks to staff at the Newmarket branch of the Yorkshire Building Society.
A man is in a critical condition in hospital after what is believed to have been a gas explosion in Chittering this morning.
The Highways Agency will be helping holidaymakers have happy holidays by keeping traffic moving over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
An East Cambridgeshire energy company was fined £10,000 by magistrates after pleading guilty to polluting two fen drains.
Cheveley Acorns pre-school, judged inadequate by Ofsted in January, has been given a good rating following the latest visit by inspectors.
Campaigners fighting a proposal to erect three wind turbines in Haddenham flew a blimp close to the application site over the weekend.
Tree which has stood up to decades of the worst the elements could throw at it finally succumbs to disease
A sycamore tree thought to be almost 90 years old is to be felled because of disease.
Work is progressing on the Bill Tutte memorial on Rutland Hill, Newmarket, which will pay lasting tribute to the man who played a vital code-breaking role in World War 2.
Do you like shopping for unusual crafts and foods? Then these new markets in Wisbech, Whittlesey and Ely will be just for you
Heritage events with a difference are top of the agenda for the former manager of Fenland District Council markets who has set up his own business.
Visitors come to RSPB Lakenheath Fen for many reasons – to watch birds, admire butterflies or maybe just to enjoy a nice walk. But there are other hidden wonders to find and mostly, it is just the children who attempt to spot this secret life. The staff and volunteers know the delights that can be found....
Government funding is helping provide affordable homes in Forest Heath.