A blockbusting Minecraft project has seen Wisbech recreated in its very own virtual world.
A former judge, who heard his last case eight years ago, has taken on a new role…..as a sheriff.
Young members of Littleport and Witcham judo clubs took on the challenge of their first judo contest at at the weekend.
A massive operation to find those responsible for fly tipping on an industrial scale along the A142 at Mepal has been launched by East Cambs Council.
A Song At Twilight centres around the writing of autobiographies and how the events of our youth stay with us for the years to come, and bind us in memory to others.
Bosses at a construction company paid themselves £950,000 in the last accounts before it collapsed, with the top-earning director getting a 70pc pay rise.
Ninety per cent of parents across Cambridgeshire have secured a secondary school of their choice for their children for next year.
Metro mayor James Palmer defended his bid to increase the number of staff he employs in his personal office by comparing how many are employed by his London and Liverpool counterparts.
A scheme set up to support up-and-coming Olympic athletes in Cambridgeshire following the 2012 Olympics looks set to be scrapped.
House prices in Cambridgeshire are now almost 15 times higher than average annual earnings as 'affordability crisis' hits the shire counties, according to the County Councils Network (CCN).
A public consultation is due to end on plans to change a stretch of the new A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon into a motorway.
Much-loved cricketer and devoted Ely family man Percy Bulsara has passed away at the age of 84.
Confirmation that Mayor James Palmer's combined authority will stand 'guarantor' to Fenland Council's plans to regenerate 11 and 12 High Street, Wisbech, was given by council leader Chris Seaton.
Two drug dealers who murdered a Cambridge man in a frenzied knife attack have been jailed for life.
An Ely councillor issued a "set the record straight" statement after a barrage of social media reports questioned her move from the city.
Cambridgeshire based Kimbolton Fireworks - who created the displays for the London 2012 Olympics - has ceased trading.
It was a day of frivolity as artist Helen Stratford launched her book at Ely riverside along with a feathered friend.
Longer trains will be stopping at Littleport and Waterbeach from next year after Network Rail agreed a £27 million improvement package that will lengthen platforms to enable eight car services to stop there.
A Witchford artist is enjoying success in the capital with a Lego exhibition in London.
For the last month my partner and I have spent time looking for a place to live and bring up a new family.
Four years ago, 15 year old Shamima Begum left her London home to join Syrian Jihadis but now wants to return to the UK.
An historic Cambridgeshire auctioneer and land agent said it was "delighted" with its new look as it launched a major rebrand.
I strongly urge Barclays to discuss a way of keeping the valued Soham branch open.
Mark Thomas's latest show about the current state of the NHS went down so well on February 12 at Cambridge Junction that the audience applauded after every riff. They didn't wait till the end.
A new £198,000 astro pitch at an Ely sports and social club will be officially opened by Olympic hockey champ Helen Richardson-Walsh MBE.
London drugs gangs are targeting some of the most vulnerable people in the city under cover of "massive pools of darkness" where there is poor street lighting.
Disgraced councillor Simon King - suspended from the ruling Tory group at Fenland Hall over an expenses scandal - will not stand for his Wisbech seat in the May local elections.
Following the phenomenal sell-out success of its multi award-winning comedy The Play That Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre brings its first UK tour of The Comedy About A Bank Robbery to Cambridge.
Wentworth warrior Tyler Goodjohn continued a successful new chapter in his career last Saturday.
A handful of East Cambridgeshire pupils were lucky enough to visit Simon Cowell's production company headquarters as part of a school initiative to "identify what makes each student tick" last week.