Woman bids to net old friends (1999-07-01)
A WEBSITE devoted to Haverhill has prompted woman in America to search for some of her old friends.
The Dawn-ing of a new era (1999-07-01)
DAWN JASON smashed two championship records on her way to double gold at the Midlands District Age Group Championships.
Growth plan is ruled out (1999-07-08)
PLANS for major expansion in Haverhill over the next two decades have been ruled out by an Inspector who considered the Draft Regional Planning Guidance for East Anglia earlier this year.
Town centre pub plan (1999-07-08)
A new pub called the Drabbet Smock is planned for Haverhill town centre by JD Wetherspoon, which has won planning permission for premises at the back of the Market Square.
School's OFSTEAD report is 'glowing' (1999-07-08)
STEEPLE Bumpstead Primary School has received a glowing report from OFSTEAD inspectors, who said it had made very good progress since its last inspection.
School chalks up win No.10 (1999-07-08)
CHALKSTONE Middle School pupils are district atheltic champions again, after winning the event for the 10th time in the past 12 years.
CCTV to target street drinkers (1999-07-15)
MORE CCTV cameras and a pub watch scheme are among new measures planned to help make Haverhill safer.
Town's whiffs are not all the sweet smell of success (1999-07-15)
HAVERHILL is still a town of "interesting whiffs", members of the town's Partnership Group have agreed.
Group's book looks to golden age of steam (1999-07-15)
A LOOK back to the era of steam train travel is offered in the latest publication by Haverhill and District Local History Group.
Limit placed on school numbers (1999-07-15)
PLANNING consent has been granted for extensions to an independent primary school on condition that its roll does not exceed 350 pupils
Tompson is Suffolk's golden boy (1999-07-15)
STEPHEN Tompson competes in his first international on Saturday - a week after becoming an English Schools athletics champion.
Country festival is a major attraction (1999-07-22)
Stetsons and spurs were the order of the day as country music fans flocked to the 15th annual Haverhill Country Music Festival at the weekend. The Lazy K Country Music Club runs the popular festival.
Hunt on for sex fiend (1999-07-22)
HAVERHILL POLICE have launched a major hunt for a sex attacker who struck twice in two days near the town's civic amenity site.
Balcony's railings saved from vandalism (1999-07-22)
RAILINGS from the balcony at the former Burton Cottage are to be moved from outside to inside Haverhill Library, as part of an arts projects the public is being invited to join.
Pool league ends in play-off (1999-07-22)
A play-off game will take place after the Woolpack and Rose Tavern A finished tied at the top of the Haverhill and District Sunday Pool League.
Tots ready for life at 'big school' (1999-07-29)
GRADUATION day came early for youngsters at a playgroup who donned traditional attire as they went off on their way to "big school".
Centre gets short straw (1999-07-29)
HAVERHILL Volunteer Centre is being denied its fair share of funding, it has been claimed.
Response from public 'good' after sex attacks (1999-07-29)
POLICE hunting a sex attacker who struck twice in one weekend say they have had a good response from the public, but appeal for anyone else who can help to come forward.
Protest at the 'yellow peril' (1999-07-29)
A RESIDENT has accused his local council of creating traffic chaos and wasting money by creating yellow strips in the road.
Golf club make history (1999-07-29)
REPEATED bursts of applause echoed round the fairways of Woodbridge Golf Club as Haverhill's Hambro Cup team relentlessly drove on to victory in Suffolk's premier inter-club competition.