Marathon mums' big day out (2000-02-03)
TWO mums with children in the same classes are to run the London Marathon.
Ex-soccer coach on sex charges (2000-02-03)
A FORMER soccer coach has admitted sex crimes against young girls.
Huge site on bypass ready for go-ahead (2000-02-03)
A MASSIVE development site alongside Haverhill bypass is being recommended for approval by planning officials.
Big bird's bid to find new nest (2000-02-03)
A SIX-FOOT high, 10-foot-long chicken is looking for a new home after being told to fly the coop.
Haverhill girls in big medals haul (2000-02-03)
THE future of athletics in Haverhill is certainly in good hands if the performances of Kirsty Dolby and Katie Newman are any guide, as the two eight-year-olds each won three medals at the Suffolk Spor...
Fitness instructor takes up the challenge to help nine-year-old - Marathon bid to help child (2000-02-10)
FITNESS instructor Kim Moss is running the London Marathon to raise cash so a youngster can avoid a long wait for an operation.
RESIDENTS fighting to save a wooded area close to their homes from development have asked Haverhill Town Council to support their plan that a town nature reserve should be created there.
The show goes on... (2000-02-10)
THE Haverhill Show has been saved for this year and may even be linked up with a music event to get more young people involved.
Failing school 'already on the right tracks' (2000-02-10)
SUFFOLK County Council has confirmed Castle Hill Middle School in Haverhill has been classed as a failing school, but says improvements have already been made.
Another romp for Haverhill (2000-02-10)
HAVERHILL have their eyes set firmly on a league and cup double after another big-points win at Castle Playing Fields.
Pupils in a class of their own (2000-02-17)
PUPILS at Hundon Primary School are taking lessons in a brand-new classroom extension which has just been officially opened.
Headteacher 'must stay' (2000-02-17)
ANGRY parents and pupils packed a meeting demanding the head of a failing school be reinstated.
Site wins go ahead (2000-02-17)
A HUGE multi-million pound industrial and warehouse site has won outline planning permission and work could start by the end of the year.
Cash crisis for advice bureau (2000-02-17)
HAVERHILL'S Citizen's Advice Bureau is battling to save extra funding needed to help cope with a huge increase in inquiries.
Summer of hope for silver girl Thake (2000-02-17)
ATHLETE Jemma Thake is looking forward to a successful summer after coming home with a silver medal from the AAA National Indoor Championships at Birmingham.
Rovers' 7-goal target (2000-02-17)
HAVERHILL Rovers face a tough run of games with three matches scheduled for a five day period, but manager Lee Barrett does have the consolation of a fully fit squad.
MP is bowled over by alley's knockout success (2000-02-24)
HAVERHILL'S MP Richard Spring got a taste of the town's most popular new attraction - the Chalkstone Way 10-pin bowling alley.
A YOUNG singer is tuning up for her debut tour in a bid to help beat an illness which claimed the life of a classmate.
School scoops singing cash prize (2000-02-24)
SINGING carols in Haverhill High Street in December won pupils at New Cangle Primary School, pictured, a £250 prize in a national competition.
Family share Olympic goal (2000-02-24)
MOTHER and daughter archers Jan and Lorna Eley, of Haverhill, have places in the Olympic team firmly in their sights and are hoping to join the man about their house Barry Eley, the British team manag...
Failing school to ge acting head teacher (2000-02-24)
A NEW acting Headteacher will take over at a failing school in Haverhill next month, following an unsuccessful campaign to persuade its former head to stay.