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A man who threatened his probation officer and said he would “set fire to the premises” because she wouldn’t send him to prison has been jailed. Source: Camb Times
The man who died of a stab wound in Wisbech on Sunday evening (3) has been named by police. Source: Camb Times
Trains with double the number of carriages are desperately needed to tackle commuter over-crowding in rush hour, a meeting heard. Source: Camb Times
Editor John Elworthy proposed the toast to the town of March at the annual charity ball hosted by the Mayor of March. Source: Camb Times
It will be a magic night out if you play your cards right as Alfie McCreadie is set to impress with tricks and treats galore in aid of charity. Source: Camb Times
A 17 year old from Murrow has signed a professional contract with Peterborough United Football Club after joining the academy when he was just six. Source: Camb Times
An £8,000 grant has seen Fenland Flyers jump for joy after being able to buy a double mini trampoline. Source: Camb Times
A suspected drink driver who blew more than three times the legal limit after a crash in Wisbech was arrested. Source: Camb Times
Two Ely College students swam 96 lengths to fundraise for their trip to Kenya where they’ll help build and repair classrooms and teach English and sports to children. Source: Camb Times
A rail bridge at Stonea near March has entered the race to become the country’s most bashed bridge after being hit 15 times since the beginning of the year. Source: Camb Times
A Wilburton man accused of sexually assaulting three schoolgirls covered his ears with his hands when police read out the allegations to him, a court has heard. Source: Camb Times
A suspected rapist from March was tackled to the ground by police after driving his car into a field near Chatteris. Source: Camb Times
A suspected rapist from March was tackled to the ground by police after driving his car into a field near Chatteris. Source: Camb Times
A patriotic concert in memory of local soldiers who gave their lives in the First World War will be held by The City of Ely Military Band. Source: Camb Times
Campaigners and residents with sight problems have hailed a victory as councillors voted to throw out proposals to cut back on “non-statutory” concessionary bus fares, including free travel for blind and partially sighted concessionary bus pass holders before 9.30am...
Two men found dead at a poultry factory last week have been named as their families pay tribute to their loved ones. Source: Camb Times