Kings for a day (1999-06-03)
HAVERHILL youngsters Luke Manktelow (nine) and Ben Franklin (eight)enjoyed their time at the Replica Crown Jewels Historic Exhibition, at Cambridge's Grafton Centre.
'Arts' to get ticket boost (1999-06-03)
TICKET prices for events atHaverhill Town Hall are set to be slashed as part of an ambitious strategy aimed at attracting more people to the arts venue.
Hindley 'furious' over prison switch (1999-06-03)
MOORS murderer Myra Hindley is being switched from Highpoint prison near Haverhill to London's Holloway jail, prison sources confirmed.
New leader pays tribute (1999-06-03)
HAVERHILL Town Council has a new leader, Coun Maggie Lee, but is losing Town Clerk Lois Stock who has been in post since it was formed 10 years ago.
A second success (1999-06-03)
HAVERHILL notched their second Jaygate Homes Two Counties win of the season, cruising to a 97-run victory over Little Bardfield after hitting a massive 270 for 6.
Deaf students win edcational awards (1999-06-10)
Top marks . . . deaf CRC student Julia Salter is proud of her award.
Street will stay shut (1999-06-10)
TRADERS' hopes that a Haverhill street will be opened to traffic again have been dashed.
Council set to approve £10,000 study on estate (1999-06-10)
COUNCILLORS look set to authorise a £10,000 feasibility study for work needed on the upper part of the Clements Estate in response to a petition by residents.
Ainsworth fury at GB selectors (1999-06-10)
MOUNTAIN bike rider Nick Ainsworth has hit out at the British Cycling Federation after discovering they will not take Masters riders to the World Championships in Canada this autumn.
Take that (1999-06-10)
TAKE THAT . . . Horseheath captain Scott Webb launches himself at the Milton bowling on his way to 35 during his side's 138 run victory at Milton.
New homes help Haverhill's future growth (1999-06-15)
Since November last year anyone travelling toward butron end from the bypass would have noticed a new road snaking its way up towards the Clements. This was the first sign of what was to become one of...
Blaze strikes sports centre (1999-06-17)
ONE HUNDRED people were led to safety after a blaze broke out at Haverhill Leisure Centre.
Report puts school at top of the form (1999-06-17)
STAFF and pupils at Westfield County Primary School are celebrating becoming the first school in West Suffolk to achieve an Ofsted report with no key issues to be addressed.
Pensioner in plea to vandals (1999-06-17)
PENSIONER Maurice Sigler is appealing to vandals who have repeatedly damaged and stolen flowers from his hanging baskets, to leave them alone. Mr Sigler, 65, who lives at Parsonage Gardens in Haverhil...
Impressive trials (1999-06-17)
FOOTBALL: Twenty youngsters have been chosen to start at the Haverhill Football Centre of Excellence which opens in September.
Parents plan school sit-in (1999-06-24)
PARENTS whose children attend a special school are planning a sit-in protest over its threatened closure.
Bid to track old friends on the web (1999-06-24)
A WEB site dedicated to Haverhill has prompted a woman in America to try to track down some of her old friends.
MP's praise for council's action (1999-06-24)
THE NEWLY-elected Conservative controlled St Edmundsbury Borough Council has been praised by the local MP for funding a detailed study on the future of a housing estate.
New bandstand comes into play (1999-06-24)
THE new Millennium Bandstand on Haverhill recreation ground was officially opened with a concert by the award-winning Haverhill Silver Band, under the baton of Charles Shipp.
Trio tipped for big haul of medals (1999-06-24)
MID-ANGLIA clubs have high hopes of a huge medal haul at the latest round of regional competition this weekend.