A dentist who wanted to put a banner across the front of his surgery was told by a Planning inspector it would be "an unacceptable visual intrusion".
Unlawful imprisonment, assault, cannabis possession and threats to kill are among the charges facing a Haddenham man.
The future of a marquee used by a village pub hangs in the balance after council officials recommended it be removed for causing "significant and demonstrable harm".
Acting police and crime commissioner Ray Bisby wants to know if you think it would be nice to see more officers on the street.
Some 1,500 freemasons across Cambridgeshire - many of them in places such as March, Whittlesey, Wisbech and Ely - helped to raise £7,500 to support a Christmas appeal.
A suspected hare courser, who reached speeds of nearly 100mph to escape police, faces a number of banning orders should he return to Cambridgeshire once released from prison.
Parish councillors in Manea have urged a telecoms company to appeal a decision by Fenland Council that has prevented a new phone mast being installed in the village.
Whittlesey, Soham, Ramsey, parts of March, Manea, Parson Drove, Littleport, Ely and Chatteris are in the top 20 of Cambridgeshire's worst connected areas for mobile phones.
It has been a colourful year with thousands of pictures taken by our reporter Harry Rutter - here are 15 of his favourites.
The sun appeared briefly to welcome the March Mummers as they toured the town with their short play.
It takes perseverance, organisation and friendships but on the Sunday before Christmas Wisbech bandstand resonated to the music and joy of the festive season.
Police thanked someone who bought them a cup of coffee not knowing that the officers had just dealt with an attempted suicide.
It receives support from across the community -including £500 from the mayor's fund and from Soham carnival - and helps those coping with the debilitating effects of Parkinson's disease.
A nine-day exchange of increasingly personal messages on Facebook with someone he hardly knew led to the resignation of police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite.
Hours after an all night caper covering the general election, where better to escape the morning after feeling than row K of the Maltings, Ely, for the 11am Saturday performance of Dick Whittington.
Read our 'as it happened' blog to capture the drama, hopes and - for some - dashed dreams of the general election campaign across Cambridgeshire. Tweets, photos and video provide a glimpse of how the story of the night unfolded.
If TV was to ever recast the 1970s sitcom The Glums, they could do no better than to have trawled the Hudson leisure centre in the early hours for suitable contenders.
Schools funding exploded into an 11th hour election issue during the hustings debate in Ely on Saturday.
A former employee of a mini supermarket in Ely confirmed that all the workers had been made redundant.
A once popular mini supermarket in Ely has closed suddenly and a sign on the door says the owners have no intention of re-opening it.
Ely Sailing Club's annual Trophy presentation evening was once again an enjoyable occasion.
Voters get two chances to quiz candidates for the SE Cambs Parliamentary seat - at Waterbeach tomnorrow (Thursday) and in Ely on Saturday.
A paedophile who raped a school girl while on a dog walk has been jailed for 18 years.
The independent chairman of the panel that appointed Ray Bisby to be the £7,000 a month acting police and crime commissioner says he "probably wouldn't" be their choice on a more permanent basis.
The police chief who ordered a cold case review of the murder of Rikki Neave has the told the mother of the six year-old victim of his determination to find the killer.
A murder investigation has been launched following the death of a woman in Cambridge.
Two South African teachers - who had never met before they began working at the Thomas Clarkson Academy, Wisbech -have discovered they are second cousins.
Cambridgeshire's biggest employer of seasonal workers - G's of Barway - is to create a workers' village on a 28 acre site near Prickwillow to house nearly 600 people.
A former police officer from March - who once famously said of criminals 'I love locking them up' - is tonight behind bars awaiting sentence on child sex charges.
The resurgence by Liberal Democrats in SE Cambridgeshire - having achieved success in May's local and European elections - could pose the biggest threat to the Tories since 2010.