Mounds of garden and vehicle waste including trees, tyres and hedge cuttings have been dumped by the roadside in Fordham.
Explorer Scouts from Ely visited officers and toured Ely police station at Nutholt Lane last night (Wednesday March 28).
Police in East Cambs hope they’ve seen the last of winter crashes after posting a photo of a badly damaged car.
A dog reported stolen was found dead in a Cambridgeshire pond this morning.
Police have been called to 14 road traffic incidents in the last 24 hours – and say calls are still coming in across the county as the snow persists.
Only give food or warm drinks and not money to the homeless in Ely, police are urging people who visit the city.
Police defended their decision to implement a dispersal order from 3pm on Saturday until 7am today to stamp out anti-social behaviour in and around Ely leisure park.
Police praised a passer by for raising the possibility of a young girl being abducted from Soham – even though a major hunt drew a blank.
Three men who attacked a man with a glass bottle and a knife in Ely before robbing him have been jailed for a combined total of seven years.
A police cadet force in East Cambridgeshire could face closure unless they find a new leader.
Two officers from the armed policing unit used a day’s leave to speak to students at an East Cambs college on the dangers of carrying knives and firearms.
Police have been called to six crashes across East Cambridgeshire in the last 24 hours – including a collision on the A10 near Stretham where a car had to be recovered from a water-filled ditch.
Fordham residents have been warned to ensure their “home security is robust” after four separate house burglaries within the village in 10 days.
The Ely Speed Watch team clocked 47 speeding cars in November.
People are invited to a community think tank to give their views on how to improve Ely city centre.
Police have shared a video which shows the “rewarding” creative work of young people in Littleport improving the area around Mill Pit Furlong with public art.
A police community support officer who began with the East Cambs force has achieved his dream of becoming a dog handler after eight years hard work - and the added bonus of Otis the German Shepherd.
A splash of colour came to Littleport over the bank holiday weekend thanks to the hard work of some creative young people in a street art project.
A “tired and loved” pocket of ground in the area of Mill Pit Furlong, Littleport has been nominated for a horticultural make-over.
A group of youngsters have been recognised for their work in improving the relationship between the police and young people in East Cambridgeshire.
Police have increased their presence in villages across East Cambridgeshire following a spate of bungalow burglaries.
The talent of young artists in East Cambridgeshire was celebrated at an awards evening in Ely attended by the county’s police and crime commissioner.