More than 700 children in Cambridgeshire still need a foster carer despite 24 families offering homes last year.
Music students from Witchford explored different careers in the industry as they took a trip to one of Cambridgeshire’s most popular music venues.
Some 1,200 extra US personnel will be based at RAF Lakenheath when the US Air Force’s stealth fighter squadrons arrive at the base.
Protesters from Extinction Rebellion Ely marched through the city and staged a ‘die in’ on Saturday.
A GoFundMe page has been set up to pay for the funeral of a Murrow man whose body was not found for two weeks after he died.
Just when you thought that glamping with llamas was good enough Tina Gambell of Faster Lente Llamas has made it even better.
Changes to the way adult social care is paid for in Cambridgeshire will have widespread affects that for some disabled people mean they have to find an extra £28.95 a week.
A family of tractor fans from the Fens scooped another award at this year’s Haddenham Steam Rally and Heavy Horse Show.
More than 1,600 books were read by children in Ely taking part in the Summer Reading Challenge.
A well-known dog owner, who has more than 9,000 followers on social media, has been nominated for a top award.
Knife crime offences in East Cambridgeshire have more than doubled in the past two years – but there’s been one less in Fenland.
A family has been left “devastated” after the grave of travellers’ leader Eli Frankham and his wife Gertrude was torched overnight.
A large number of pallets and boxes caught fire in Little Downham spreading to a nearby barn.
An angry driver who attempted to overtake another motorist at 100mph on a bend before ploughing into a field has been handed a prison sentence.
A city ranger has been appointed in Ely to keep the streets clean and tidy.
Knife crime, anti-social behaviour and drugs were discussed at a public meeting in Soham.
A new crime fighting app helped police find the exact location of workers in a mushroom tunnel in Littleport following a chemical spillage.
A letting agent who dumped furniture, clothing and household items in Whittlesey has finally been brought to court – and ordered to pay nearly £24,000 – two years after the offences were committed.
A crackdown on single use plastics will see a reusable bottle and cup scheme rolled out in East Cambridgeshire.
The A10 is a vital part of Cambridgeshire’s infrastructure, with more than 18,000 vehicles using this busy section of road that stretches from the Milton Interchange in Cambridge to the A142 in Ely every day.