A former Baptist chapel – converted in the 1990s to a showroom - could undergo a further conversion to housing.
Mayor James Palmer can “understand the frustration and disappointment” and his Labour opponent Nik Johnson admits much needs to be done “to get this deadly virus under control”.
East Cambridgeshire and Fenland will continue to face tough coronavirus curbs with a ban on households mixing indoors and restrictions on hospitality after December 2.
A driver who escaped injury when his car crashed and overturned on the A141 tonight is “lucky to be alive” said a passing motorist.
The NHS in Cambridgeshire is on the hunt for thousands of vaccinators and support staff to help with the roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccine when it becomes available.
The year was 1973, the month was November, and Ely hosted a visit from the Queen for the 13th centenary of Ely Cathedral.
Tributes have been paid to a “fun, loving, free spirit” who died after a collision in Thorney on Saturday (November 21).
A council is to give £750,000 towards the cost of the £3.11 million expansion of St Mary’s surgery, Ely.
Health chiefs are to pitch for a £50m re-development of the Princess of Wales hospital, Ely, and work could start within a year.
A couple travelled 200 miles to the Fens today to be re-united with their stolen cocker spaniel that was stolen six years ago.
A retrospective planning application to a create a children’s motocross arena was prompted by council officials investigating its use by adults.
His photographs have become a familiar feature of our newspapers – and those that impress the most have often been aerial shots.
Bomb dispersal experts spent only minutes in March tonight determining that a suspected explosive device was in fact a rusty pipe.
Council officials will conduct house calls across Cambridgeshire to check that those who have tested positive for Covid-19 are self-isolating.
A third of those who responded to a questionnaire from a council about buses, never use them.
A family’s motocross track built for their children is subject to a planning application to Fenland Council.
Artist, musician, Tai Chin teacher Cary Outis and his partner Ricki, a tutor, specialist screen printer, and workshop leader, have bought a redundant church.
A children’s nursery in Ely has temporarily closed for 14 days after four members of staff tested positive for Covid-19.
An uninsured driver left a woman with a broken neck after crashing his car during an argument, a court heard.
A police officer who allegedly bought a £9.95 tray of Krispy Crème donuts from Tesco and then swapped the bar code for a 7p bag of carrots is to face a disciplinary hearing.
Across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough there are 118 schools with confirmed cases of Covid-19.
A top legal firm is working with Cambridgeshire County Council to review and redact documents associated with an internal audit into a farm tenancy for deputy leader Roger Hickford.
Labour has picked NHS doctor Nik Johnson to take on Tory incumbent James Palmer and Lib Dem challenger Aidan Van de Weyer to be the next Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
A 49-year-old pilot says his inexperience of landing on an obstacle laden farm strip was the cause of an accident that ended with his light aircraft coming to rest in a water filled dyke.
We are offering one lucky reader the chance to go on a Christmas spending spree at Jack’s supermarket with £100.
A farmer repeatedly broke the law by abstracting water for its potato crop, a court heard.
A neighbour who complained that dining pods at a country restaurant impeded their privacy has had their objections rejected.
Floating lodges could be introduced to the Lazy Otter marina at Stretham.
The days of cheap use of the waterways of the Fens have ended – with added charges and tough enforcement to come.
A woman born on Armistice Day and given a name to reflect her parents’ hope for future peace, celebrated her 102nd birthday at The Hermitage today.