Some of the 183 pupils in Cambridgeshire with special education needs and disability (SEND) who use taxis or get to school in low occupancy vehicles, sometimes with passenger assistants, could be taught how to travel independently.
Police have launched a murder investigation after a man was stabbed in Eaton Socon.
A paramedic for the East of England Ambulance Service has appeared in court this morning (Monday) to face rape charges.
I would like to congratulate you on making such a brave, no, courageous choice for the front page story: A cola a day keeps the doctor away.
He may or may not be days away from delivering Brexit by October 31, but MP Steve Barclay has taken comfort in ‘man’s best friend’ to put matters into perspective.
Police in Cambridgeshire made a shocking discovery over the weekend after they stopped a teenager under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
A young woman thanked the emergency services after she escaped with only minor injuries after her car hit a lamp post at Whittlesey today.
A car crashed on the A11 last night after a 135mph police chase that took police from Suffolk over the border in to Cambridgeshire.
Today’s Perkins Great Eastern run was cancelled just half an hour before the event was due to start following reports of a man acting suspiciously.
I was very sad and frustrated to hear of yet another accident involving a tractor and trailer on the A1123 between Haddenham and Wilburton. Thank goodness nobody was hurt.
A bumper crowd lined the streets despite the rain as the teams smashed it over a half mile potato racecourse in Ely high street.
A 22 -year-old man from Wisbech has been given a suspended prison sentence and banned from keeping any pet for 15 years after being found guilty of inflicting serious injuries to a kitten.
Ely College today played hosts to some of the countries’ leading cultural organisations for this year’s Artsmark Festival.
Chief Constable Nick Dean sprung into action when he gave chase to a suspect during a day out with the rural crime action team.
It began life as a roadside motel but seven years after its conversion to a care home could become the centre piece of Cambridgeshire’s first retirement village.
Up to £38,000 a year is to be paid by Fenland Council to recruit a ‘problem solving officer’ to bring some of the district’s 1,400 empty homes back into use.
A teenage speedway rider with Mildenhall Fen Tigers has spoken of his hopes of returning to the track following a life threatening crash.
A resource centre in Witchford that has creative ways to help look after the planet is ready for a new adventure after being awarded a John Lewis grant.