Grandmother gets knitting for charity (2000-04-13)
Nimble-fingered grandmother Pauline Cianciola has knitted a bumper 27 teddies for a children's charity and would like help to knit even more.
24-Hour cover at last (2000-04-13)
Twenty-Four hour ambulance cover seven days a week is due to be restored to Haverhill in late May or early June, once new rotas are agreed with staff.
Head of top-class school calls it a day (2000-04-13)
After being at the helm of Samuel Ward Upper School in Haverhill since it opened in 1978, headteacher Peter Roberts is saying goodbye to pupils and staff this week.
Pupils get green fingers for easter (2000-04-13)
Easter baskets and colourful Easter gardens were produced by youngsters at the Methodist Church Playgroup in Haverhill.
All eyes turn to rovers' reserves (2000-04-13)
With Haverhill Roversí first team having a blank weekend, all eyes will be turned to their reserve teamís battle for survival in the Suffolk & Essex Border League on Saturday.
New appeal to snatch suspect (2000-04-27)
Dectectives hunting for a man believed to have tried to snatch a two-year-old at Haverhill are appealing to him to contact them if there is an innocent explanation for his actions.
Council wants 'stronger role' (2000-04-27)
Councillors are planning to strengthen their role as "the voice of Haverhill".
Young gun takes over (2000-04-27)
Haverhill Round Table's youngest member has just become its chairman, and hopes to encourage more younger members.
Crackdown on wrecks (2000-04-27)
A crackdown on illegally dumped cars is to take place after a large increase in the number of abandoned vehicles.
Rovers boss fumes again (2000-04-27)
Haverhill boss Lee Barrett will expect a vast improvement on Saturday when his team travel to Swaffham in the Jewson League, first division