MP Steve Barclay spoke of the possibility of “significant local disruption” if Network Rail presses ahead with closing 19 level crossings in East Cambs.
Who will follow in the footsteps of Ellgia Recycling and win the coveted Customer Service of the Year award.
Serial killer Joanna Dennehy has lost her High Court claim that she is entitled to damages for human rights violations after being placed in solitary confinement in jail.
Two Ely teenagers have received an apology from police after CCTV images of them were circulated in connection to a theft in a local store – even though they were nothing to do with it.
Crowds gathered at Ely Courthouse on Saturday to ‘remember the Riots’ which happened 200 years ago in Littleport and Ely.
East Cambridgeshire Police’s crime reduction officer is hoping that the launch of her unusual project will help decriminalize youngsters across the region.
A nature-loving couple from Little Downham are hoping to transform a piece of land next to their home into a haven for wildlife and birds by building a bird sanctuary.
A newly-imposed blanket ban on legal highs will do little to reduce harm on young people’s lives, suggests new research.
The grounds of King’s Ely are to receive a big splash of colour this summer following the news that charity East Anglian Children’s Hospices is to hold Cambridgeshire’s first Colour Dash at the school.
A flexible minibus service, revised bus routes and a new booking and information centre could come to Ely by September as part of sweeping changes to social care transport.
A mermaid and pirate party is setting sail for The Brook in Soham next month.
A retired soldier from Soham has put his endurance to the test by strapping a 35 pound bag to his back and trekking across 10 miles of terrain – all in the name of charity.
In the early summer of 1816, postwar England was alarmed by news of a revolt.
Members of Ronnie Scott’s All Stars will perform an evening of jazz in Ely in June.
Budding artists from a pre-school in Soham are showcasing their artwork in a rather unusual location this month.
‘Traces of Memory’, an exhibition by Cambridge-based artist and printmaker Paul Hawdon, is at the Babylon Gallery until Sunday (May 8).