A football association is looking for community groups to partner up with for 2018.
Designated drivers are being offered free soft drinks as part of the annual winter drink drive campaign – six pubs in Fenland have already signed up.
Lib Dems described the battle for control of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Enterprise Partnership (LEP) by Mayor James Palmer as “at best a hostile takeover”.
Two sixth form students from King’s Ely have been accepted for a renowned sporting excellence programme.
Soham Town Rangers have paid tribute to their former manager Dennis Lightning, who died on Friday following a short illness at the age of 62.
Six figure salary posts within the new Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority have been put on hold whilst an internal disagreement over how much is being spent is resolved.
Five councillors have forced a scrutiny committee to review the £1.8 million wage bill – nearly 25 per cent higher than the original budget- to staff the new Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
Mayor James Palmer has called for a price cap on land values in parts of Cambridgeshire to get more homes built and at prices people can afford.
Ely City Hockey Club has taken another big step towards hitting their fundraising target thanks to hosting its annual tournament.
Brady Stone says he couldn’t be more proud of his Ely City players – despite watching them fall to a 4-1 Cambs Invitation Cup final defeat last night.
People have started to nominate their heroes in the first ever Ely Local Hero Awards.
Brady Stone is hopeful his Ely City players can continue their impressive form against the region’s top sides ahead of a tricky league and cup double-header.
Brady Stone insists that a ‘back to basics’ approach has helped his Ely City side beat the drop in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.
Ely City boss Brady Stone has set his side a modest target ahead of this weekend’s clash with Great Yarmouth Town.
A superb goal from youngster Sean Francis-Calvey fired Ely City Under 18s to County Challenge Cup glory last night.
More than a quarter of people still smoke in Fenland and for those in manual jobs the figure is even higher according to latest statistics.
MP Steve Barclay has written to the National Audit Office calling for an inquiry into the running of two major bodies responsible for millions of pounds worth of investment in Cambridgeshire.
Brady Stone is delighted that his Ely City side has risen to the ambitious challenge he set his players last week.
Soham Town Rangers player-manager Robbie Mason has called on his players to stand up and be counted ahead of a vital bottom-of-the-table showdown in the Ryman North Division this weekend.