People are being urged to use it or lose it with the village to city centre Zipper bus service.
As a former ward councillor for Haddenham, I was pleased to see that a much needed crossing for pedestrians is finally to be constructed.
Councillors rejected a call to extend discounts to landlords with empty houses but have promised to consider it again later in the year.
A divided village, which is a busy cut through for commuters, is to get a much wanted £125,000 pedestrian crossing.
A 12 acre touring caravan park at Burwell has been acquired by Turners Britannia Parks Ltd – owned by Paul and Winifred Day- and is to become a permanent base for 81 mobile homes.
A resident has warned that allowing two homes to be built in a field on the outskirts of Fordham would allow a “precedent to be established” for developing the entire site.
Littleport station is finally to get an extension to its car park after years of campaigning and negotiations by the parish and district council.
An angry resident has penned messages and taped them to trees on Barton Road in Ely to protest over the decision to build 11 new homes there.
Archaeologists are set to start work on the site of the proposed 11 homes set to be built on Barton Road in Ely.
A tractor driver whose last Facebook post revealed that he was travelling to work at just 20 miles-per-hour was killed 12 hours later in a collision in Haddenham.
Neo-Nazis hoodwinked a landowner, police and a district council into booking a Fenland field for a two day rally that they falsely promoted as being as charity event for Help for Heroes.
An innovative bid by East Cambs Council to make a £1.75 million profit on developing part of a city park has been unveiled.
Commuters that use Ely railway station could be set to receive a boost of 100 additional parking spaces if a planning application submitted by East Cambridgeshire District Council is approved.
Beer lovers are being reminded to stay legal by raising a glass to a local bus service which can shuttle people back home and keep them on the right side of the law.
Councillors voted to block two homes being built in Reach, one of East Cambridgeshire’s smallest villages with a population of around 360 and 140 homes.
A call has been made for traffic lights in Haddenham in anticipation of extra vehicles expected in the area while the new A14 is built.