Newmarket stable man, and talented cyclist, Dave Goodwin is taking part in a 100 mile cycling marathon and organising a special raffle to raise funds for a racing charity that helped him after a biking accident that nearly cost him his life.
Newmarket Academy will begin the new school year in September with three new house groups tasked with encouraging, supporting and guiding pupils.
Elderly and vulnerable residents in East Cambridgeshire are set to benefit after up to £15,000 a year was committed to support a handy person service in the district for three years.
Two Newmarket men, who fought a life and death battle to stop a suicidal man hurling himself to his death from a bridge over the A14, are to receive top national life-saving honours.
Staff at a Burrough Green playgroup are pictured here with pupils getting ready to celebrate it 45th anniversary.
Vintage cycling enthusiasts from March will be among people taking visitors back in time for an event to help families soak up the atmosphere of Britain in the last days before World War I broke out.
Richard ‘Norman’ Morris celebrated his 100th birthday surrounded by family and friends.
Ely Triathlon Club are offering free swimming coaching at Paradise Pools during the summer holiday period.
A farm worker suffered injuries to his head and shoulder after being kicked by a bullock this morning (Tuesday).
A new inspector has joined the team at Ely Police Station.
Cambridgeshire police are hoping to trace the owner of a ring which was recovered last week.
Jewellery and cash were taken from a Newmarket home by thieves who are believed to have hopped a fence and smashed a pane of glass to gain entry.
An inquest has been opened after a stable hand was found dead near her home in Soham.
Police are looking to trace these two men following a theft in Littleport.
A date has been set for an inquest into the death of an Ely woman who died after falling down a flight of stairs.
It may be vehemently opposed to the Ely bypass – but there is one set of plans in the city that have got the backing of English Heritage.
After the anti lobby had their say, a group claiming 180 members explains why it SUPPORTS Haddenham wind turbines
A group which has spoken out in favour of the controversial wind turbine plans at Haddenham says it already has almost 200 supporters.
Bearded dragons, lizards and snakes are ready to over Mildenhall Library on Tuesday.
Large posters of Newmarket as seen through the eyes of five homeless people are have gone on display at the National Horseracing Museum.
An allotment which pupils of Soham’s Weatheralls Primary School have visited all year long was officially opened on Wednesday.