A total of 68 primary schools in Cambridgeshire have seen negative progress in reading, writing and maths, a report says.
Ely’s famous cat, Garfield, has published a book about his adventures after becoming the star that shoppers loves to take selfies with inside Sainsbury’s superstore.
Fire authority bosses are asking for more funding from the council tax budget to ensure they can continue serving people across the county.
Crime busting needs an extra 50p a week from council tax payers across Cambridgeshire if the county’s police is to continue its work, a report says.
It has been a life changing year for a Soham young slimmer who lost almost 10 stone in less than a year in time to celebrate her 18th birthday.
Ely Cathedral is looking for a dynamic new member of staff to bring a fresh pair of eyes to developing the city’s prime tourist attraction.
An 18 year old, acting suspiciously outside a Cambridge restaurant, was found carrying a large kitchen knife in his coat pocket which he said made him look cool.
A £1 an hour computer charge imposed in Cambridgeshire libraries in May last year may have led to less people visiting, a report claims.
New rules are being put in place for community transport following a £200,000 investigation that drew up 50 recommendations to make it fit for purpose.
The cost of using sports hall facilities at the Hive Leisure Centre on the outskirts of Ely may increase after a review of fees.
It was a purrfectly wonderful day when a cat show, that attracts animal lovers from across the UK, took place in Tydd St Giles.
Women have been cast aside with a distressing lack of support and treatment options after the door shut for referrals to London’s lifeline mesh removal surgeon Suzy Elneil.
The tough world of bare knuckle boxing is the 2019 focus for Ely’s champion boxer Tyler Goodjohn, who takes on his second, and eagerly anticipated, bout at London’s O2 this month.
A youth football coach, who trained teams at Peterborough, Cambridge and Norwich, is due to stand trial in connection with an investigation into historic sexual allegations related to football in Cambridgeshire.
Detectives are releasing photographs of thousands of items of property recovered as part of a major investigation into a prolific crime gang.
A murder investigation has been launched after a man who was attacked two days before Christmas died of his injuries.
Ely commuters face the biggest train ticket price hike in five years, according to campaigners, who are staging a protest on Wednesday (2).
A dog who was found at the side of railway tracks, emaciated and with broken bones, has been nursed back to health and is looking for his forever home for the new year.
Timebank volunteers have shown their support to the Foodbank in Littleport with donations of food.
A state of the art self-serve dog wash machine inside a pet shop in Soham is the first of its kind in the country and is offering free wash and blow drys to all police dogs.
Fordham primary school is among the top three schools in Cambridgeshire for achievement. with nine out of 10 children expected to reach national targets.
More than 1,000 domestic abuse survivors in Cambridgeshire will be supported to rebuild their lives thanks to a £700,000 Government grant for the region.
An Ely man is urging people to cancel doctors appointments they can’t attend, amid new figures showing more than 50,000 people in Cambridgeshire wait at least three weeks to see their GP.
A cat used up one of its nine lives when it got stuck behind a bathroom wall and had to be rescued by fire fighters.
There is a buzz around Ely markets this Christmas with extra being staged throughout December with vibrant seasonal flavours and innovative new ideas.
Two young boxers from Haddenham put up a good fight when they competed in the final of the Youth Championships in Middlesex.
The scale of suffering in the mesh implant scandal has been called shocking by the woman who has spent six months touring the UK to speak to people affected.
One in ten workers in the eastern region admit going into work still feeling drunk after a boozy night out.
The Hive leisure centre in Ely celebrated six months since opening with an event showing the benefits of a community focused venue.
Three boxers from Haddenham competed in the youth championships with two of them going forward to the finals this weekend.