It's one of the worst traffic bottlenecks in the East yet plans to build a Southern bypass for the City of Ely have come under fire.
It's 70 years since the only Boat Race to be held away from the Thames in Ely and now newly discovered film has come to light.
There are only a few days left before one of the biggest flower festivals in the East of England gets underway at Ely Cathedral.
A man has been seriously injured following a gas explosion at a premises in Ely Road in Chittering.
Cambridgeshire Police were called at 8.55 this morning.
– Spokesperson, Cambridgeshire Police
"Police were called to reports of a man suffering serious injuries following a gas explosion at a premises in Ely Road, Chittering, at 8.55am today.
"Air ambulance were called to the scene and the man was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital.
"At present we are unable to advise further on the man’s condition."
Motorcyclists from the Royal British Legion have been at Ely in Cambridgeshire today as part of a seven day journey taking a Wreath of Respect around the country. The wreath is a mark of respect for all those who have fought and suffered in wars. The city's cathedral was the first stop on its tour after leaving the national Aboretum in Staffordshire. Around 25 bikes were left parked outside while their owners took part in a special service inside the cathedral. From Ely it will be taken by a new group of bikers to York Minister and then on to other cathedrals around the country.
Here is Tim Jones from the Royal British Legion bikers:
Steve Barclay, the Conservative MP for North East Cambridgeshire, says it's vital that plans for an Ely southern bypass get the go-ahead.
He hopes that if Cambridgeshire County Council approves the plans they could qualify for European Union funding.
Supporters of the plans say the bypass would reduce congestion and delays in the area.
English Heritage has objected to the scheme as it is worried that the new road would have a negative impact on views of Ely’s historic cathedral.
Tonight is the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
For British javelin record holder and former Ely school pupil Goldie Sayers, it is the first major competition since injury at the London Olympics in 2012 almost ended her career.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Jim Rice
Torrential downpours over the weekend brought flash flooding to many parts of the Anglia region.
This is how it looked at Ely train station yesterday. Amanda Fay sent in these two pictures to our Facebook page.
The underpass on Station Road at Ely remains shut in both directions after flooding on Sunday.
The underpass which has the A142 road from Soham to Ely running under it is closed, but drivers can use the level crossing to get in and out of Ely.
A driver has been fined a total of £630 after he parked his car illegally in Ely.
The light blue Mercedes was ticketed on Fore Hill along with another vehicle, but the owner refused to pay the fine and opted to go to court to contest the Fixed Penalty Notice.
When he failed to turn up at Cambridge Magistrates' Court he was found guilty in his absence. and was ordered to pay fines and court costs totalling £630.
Cambridgeshire MP Sir Jim Paice has told English Heritage that he "strongly disagrees" with their objection to the planned Ely bypass.
The MP met with the organisation's chief executive over concerns the bypass could threaten views of Ely Cathedral. He says the bypass is needed to ease congestion.
People living in a West Norfolk village are edging closer to having year round access to a road that is often shut due to flooding.
Every year the A1101 Wash Road in the east of Welney is left to flood so that local homes can be protected. However it means the village is effectively split in two with residents facing a 28-mile detour.
The County Council is now looking for more than a million pounds to change all that by raising the height of the road.
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Firefighters in Ely expect to be on the scene of a blaze at a spray shop unit for a few more hours.
Six fire engines and a water carrier were called to the industrial estate at Lancaster Way just before 7am today.
Eight cars, a large collection of wood, and a wooden structure on the site were all completely destroyed.
The fire is now under control but crews expect to remain at the industrial estate for a while longer.
Station Commander Brenan Morgan said: "Crews worked very hard to contain the fire between the buildings to the wood to not let it spread.
"It really was an excellent effort by the crews to prevent this fire spreading any further."