Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue has taken delivery of three new fire engines for the on-call fleet based in March, Ely and St Neots.
Police are looking for people to be the eyes and ears of their community in East Cambridgeshire with the launch of a new project.
Eleven new on-call firefighters have joined fire stations at Sutton, Wisbech, Ely, March and Cottenham after completing a three-month training programme.
A family home that was destroyed by a fire in Burwell has led to a community joining forces to offer support and donations.
Dozens of firefighters are tackling a blaze at Elveden Farms.
Around 25 firefighters tackled an accidental blaze on the first floor of a plantroom in Mepal.
A court battle was signalled after the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority agreed to challenge the Home Office decision to allow police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite to seize control.
More than £200 has been raised by fire service staff to support young people from the LGBT community.
A caravan was deliberately set on fire in Friday Bridge.
An animal rights group wants a roadside memorial put up in the Fens to commemorate the spot where 20 cows died a week ago when a lorry overturned.
A female swan with a fishing hook caught in her beak and tongue was rescued from a slow and painful death after being tracked for a week by the RSPCA and fire crew.
A devastating fire which wiped out a family-run business of 35 years has been ruled an accident.
Firefighters from Ely, Wisbech, Whittlesey and March were awarded for their innovation, leadership and exemplary service at the annual Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) Excellence Awards.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service are looking for brave individuals to join the team as wholetime firefighters at the end of the month (January 2018).
An East Cambs fire fighter retiring after nearly four decades says one incident – helping to save a man trapped in a trench- makes “40 years in the service well worth the effort”.