A community briefing is being held on Monday to update residents on Newmarket’s new National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art.
A former Cambridgeshire police chaplain has been has been jailed for possession of indecent images of children.
Lord Ashcroft’s poll predicts Tory victory in NE Cambs in what he says will effectively be a two horse race
The general election in May looks set to be a two horse race in this area according to a new poll produced this week on how people will vote on May 7.
Three hundred horse riders raised £30,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support at last year’s Newmarket Heath Ride.
Inquests have been opened into the deaths of two men who suffered fatal injuries in a crash on the A10.
Children at Little Treasures pre-school had a magical surprise on Tuesday when a fairy princess waved her wand to produce new story books.
Family and friends left shocked and devastated by death of 19 year old teenager Alex Matthews of March
Family and friends have been left shocked and devastated at the death of 19-year-old Alex Matthews.
Witchford firm Michell Instruments presented the East Anglian Air Ambulance with a cheque for more than £1,000 this week.
A government scheme to help businesses install superfast broadband has now been extended to cover East Cambridgeshire.
A judge has told the ex-wife of a world-renowned Newmarket vet that she should get a job and not expect to be “supported for life” at his expense.
East Anglian family businesses have been listed among the nation’s 50 most promising food and drink entrepreneurs in a new government initiative.
A man was rushed to hospital this morning (Thursday) after becoming trapped between the forks of a forklift truck on an industrial estate.
Journal racing pointed readers in the direction of Marco Botti’s Grendisar (5/1), who recorded a thrilling short-head success in the £45,000 Listedcoral.co.uk Winter Derby Trial on Saturday, holding the late thrust of James Tate’s 12/1 shot Lamar.
A town councillor has called a decision to axe a £2,000 grant to a sports project for young people disgraceful.
The first of three trial sessions that could see youngsters in East Cambridgeshire propelled into football and coaching superstardom has been hailed a success.
Teenager fund-raiser Callum Fairhurst is gearing up for his biggest challenge to date – a cycle trip around the world.
Pupil progress at Witchford Village College is “not good enough” in some subjects and the school requires improvement, according to Government inspectors.
Red Nose Day is back and Sainsbury’s in Ely has promised to help customers and colleagues raise funds and take up this year’s challenge to ‘make your face funny for money’.
A group of youngsters from Stretham are now the proud owners of refurbished bikes thanks to a project run by Stretham Youth Centre.
Oliver Cromwell’s House in Ely has received a major new award from a leading tourism board.