A football team in Cottenham has scored a new kit thanks to a local house builder.
A dog who was savagely attacked while detaining a criminal will go down in history as the animal who made it an offence to cause unnecessary suffering to a service animal.
Girls from King's Ely Junior attended an inspiring DigiGirlz Day at Microsoft Research in Cambridge and picked up a prize for designing a mobile phone app to help visually impaired shoppers.
Expect a giant dose of kapow! blam! and zap! in this fast paced, fun-filled, super hero film that pokes fun at the genre with a few serious messages thrown in for good measure.
A new system has been put in place by Cambridgeshire Police to protect people afraid to talk once dialling 999.
A donation of food has been given to the Ely Food Bank following a charity raffle.
A community project is celebrating success after the city council agreed to become a permanent home to hundreds of hand painted rocks.
The four leisure centres in Fenland have 95 new hi tech exercise bikes that are said to rival top boutique cycling studios in London.
Three fire crews dealt with a blaze after arsonists set fire to two barns in Ely.
A large kitchen knife was handed in to police after a man armed himself following a dispute.
Young Ely air cadets enjoyed a trip to London to visit the sights and sounds of the impressive Royal Air Force Museum.
An Ely bridge, that is the most bashed in Britain, is now famous in 51 countries after Cambridgeshire MEP Alex Mayer highlighted the problems in the European Parliament.
A support group that helps people diagnosed with a progressive disease with no cure held an exhibition in Ely library to reach out to other families affected.
Surgeons have been accused of piling on the pressure to reinstate controversial pelvic mesh implants in what is being called a 'massive medical scandal.'
A dad from Ely is running the London Marathon in memory of his four year old son who died from cancer in February last year.
A man has been charged with production of cannabis and criminal damage after a cannabis factory was discovered by chance in Cheveley.
Four robbers forced their way into a house in Somersham in a terrifying break-in where two men were assaulted before the culprits made off with a laptop, two mobile phones, bank cards and a grey BMW 320.
Specialist contractors will tomorrow spend the day removing 12 giant bags of asbestos dumped on a river bank in a remote part of the Fens.
Police have bagged up thousands of pounds worth of cannabis in a raid on a property in Cottenham.
A restaurant in Soham has been asked to make 'major improvements' following a visit from a food safety inspector.
A couple who run a small holding on the outskirts of Ely are appealing for information about their distinctive green compact tractor which was stolen from a locked garage behind their home.
A sports journalist, who worked closely with one of Newmarket's best known horse trainers, has published a book on the life of Henry Cecil that tells of personal and professional bravery.
Drought damaged road surfaces of the A142 in Ely are set to go through the next phase of reconstruction which means closing for three days and four nights.
A clean up operation costing thousands of pounds is under way to clear 12 bags of asbestos dumped on the river bank in a remote part of the Fens.
Little Ronnie Monk was among competitors whose muscles were flexing as they pulled trucks and lifted weights in a battle of strength.
Thousands of children across the eastern region are admitted to hospital for drink and drug abuse, as warnings come from experts there is a "frightening" rise in young addicts checking into rehab..
Students built mini roller coasters as part of a day of special activities toencourage young people to consider careers in science, technology engineering and maths.
New and expectant mothers, registered with the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn, will receive their care in the first midwifery community hub in Fenland.
New fire fighters are about to start serving their communities at stations across Cambridgeshire after passing a rigorous training programme..
A Chatteris dad is in training for a 50K charity trek to say thank you to a brain tumour centre in Cambridge which supports his nine year old daughter Grace.