Concerns have been raised over the future funding of Cambridgeshire’s affordable housing programme after the government questioned the Combined Authority’s progress.
Dozens of restaurants, pubs and cafes across East Cambridgeshire have signed up to the Government’s ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ initiative - but is your favourite on the list?
More than 250 people visited Ely Cathedral on Wednesday (July 29) as it reopened after more than 130 days of closure.
A free ‘pavement licence’ is being offered to Fenland businesses so customers can enjoy al fresco dining.
Police said they understand the “natural concern” of pet owners who have taken to social media following a recent spate of dog thefts in Suffolk and neighbouring counties.
Thousands of DNA samples kept at a world-famous Suffolk animal research charity forced to close earlier this year have been transferred to Cambridge University.
A woman who was arrested on suspicion of burglary in Ely has been given a conditional caution “in an attempt to steer her away from a life of crime”.
A Fenland woman is being supported by a national campaign group after she believes her family’s pet cat was caught in an illegal gin trap.
Tobacco worth £3 million and £12,000 in cash were seized in a raid at an illegal processing factory near Wisbech that was suspected to be under the control of an organised crime gang.
Police have shared a video of the shocking aftermath hare courses left behind in rural Cambridgeshire.
The judging panel of the 2020 Ely Hero Awards has met to discuss and choose this year’s finalists.
A secret bid to sell Mepal Outdoor Centre and convert it to a crematorium will be unveiled at a confidential meeting of East Cambridgeshire District Council.
Isabel Mitchell, a King’s Ely student, was the overall winner of an annual debating competition supported by Lucy Frazer MP.
The driver of a van which hit the Station Road bridge in Ely this morning (Tuesday) told officers: “I’m normally in a smaller van”.
Officers searched a property in Soham where illegal cigarettes and alcohol were being sold.
She wanted to mark her birthday by dressing up as part of the ‘Lone Bee 5k’ charity run, which is exactly what Jo White and other park-runners did.
A key and long-serving figure of Cambridgeshire’s army cadets has announced his retirement after 45 years’ service.
A Cambridgeshire charity which attracted families, couples and friends from across the Fens for this year’s ‘Non-Dorset Walk’ is on course to raise £27,000.
A March man and Ely Hereward Rotary Club member has raised £800 for charity by parting with his “pride and joy” in a sponsored beard and hair shave.
The family of speedway star Danny Ayres, who was due to ride for Ipswich Witches this summer, said he “did not get the help he needed” in the lead-up to his tragic death.