Blaze praise for firefighters (2001-06-07)
FIREFIGHTERS have been praised for their swift response to a huge blaze in Haverhill last week.
Assault case man could face retrial (2001-06-07)
A JURY has been discharged after failing to reach a verdict in the case of a Haverhill man accused of assault.
Lollipop campaign warning (2001-06-07)
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to warn drivers they are breaking the law by not stopping when requested to do so by a school crossing patrol officer.
Art goes on show at summer exhibition (2001-06-07)
THE Haverhill Art Group's annual summer exhibition has begun in the town's Arts Centre.
Volunteers wanted for open-door event (2001-06-07)
PEOPLE with interesting or unusual homes in the Haverhill area are being asked to open their doors to the public.
Ex-soldier Harold tells of his Dunkirk terror (2001-06-07)
SIXTY-ONE years ago today, a terrified Haverhill man was wading waist deep in the waters of the English Channel off Dunkirk trying to escape the advancing German army.
Chance to view old building for free (2001-06-07)
THE Landmark Trust, the building preservation charity, is opening the Ancient House in Clare to visitors this month.
AGAINST a background of national disappointment for the Conservative party, local candidate Richard Spring has retained the West Suffolk seat with an increased majority.
Low turnout, but Labour keep Haverhill (2001-06-08)
LABOUR's landslide has not been contained to the General Election, Haverhill has once again returned two Labour councillors to County Hall.
Groups across Borough receive £44,000 grants (2001-06-09)
A VARIETY of community groups throughout the Borough will benefit from grants totalling £44,000 which were this week approved by the Leisure Services Committee.
George is strip off old block (2001-06-14)
BABY George Armstrong is already following in the footsteps of his famous footballer grandad, as he dons a tiny Arsenal strip for his first public appearance.
Fire-hit firm back to full production (2001-06-14)
A HAVERHILL company which was hit by a serious fire at the beginning of the month is now back in full production again.
Arts centre terms nearing agreement (2001-06-14)
HAVERHILL Town Council could take over the management of the Arts Centre by October if an agreement with St Edmunds-bury Borough Council is approved.
Report says town needs supermarket (2001-06-14)
HAVERHILL has a vital and viable retail centre but could benefit from the development of a high-quality supermarket.
Festival line-up is the full monty (2001-06-14)
NAKED men are promised to be on the bill in the first week of this year's Haverhill Festival.
Show has plenty to attract crowds (2001-06-14)
ORGANISERS of this year's Haverhill Show have a packed programme of events on offer and a new venue at the town's recreation ground on Sunday, July 1.
Help us stop attacks - plea (2001-06-21)
A HAVERHILL police chief is appealing to the public for help after a spate of attacks on women and children in the town.
Surprise JCB wedding car for builder (2001-06-21)
BUILDER Mark Wilsher got a surprise when the shining limousine he expected would take him to his wedding turned out to be a digger.
Boy held in cells for school desk threats (2001-06-21)
A TEENAGER was arrested and held in police custody for five hours after writing on a school desk.
Supermarket is closing to carry out a revamp (2001-06-21)
SAINSBURY'S store at Haverhill is under-going a major refit which will create extra floorspace and more than 50 new jobs.
Citizen's Advice Bureau needs new offices (2001-06-21)
HAVERHILL'S Citizen's Advice Bureau (CAB) is celebrating its 20th anniversary year but urgently searching for bigger premises to cope with its rising workload.
Shop kits out South African footballers (2001-06-21)
A STRUGGLING football team in a South African township will soon be playing in a smart new kit, thanks to a kind gesture by a Haverhill firm.
Rehabilitation order on 'threatening' man (2001-06-21)
A HAVERHILL man has walked free after admitting his threatening role in an assault.
Strip off for charity, shop urges (2001-06-21)
A CHARITY shop is launching a racy new campaign to encourage people to donate their winter woollies.
The weather rains, okay! (2001-06-21)
THE smell of freshly-mown green sward on a hot summer's day proved conspicuously absent from the cricket fields of Mid-Anglia over the weekend.
Golden girls strike again (2001-06-21)
JEMMA Thake, Jo Chapman, Anna Clayton and Chris Knox were all again on hand to bring home the gold for West Suffolk Athletic Club as the foursome pipped their rivals to the post to grab all the glory ...
Two are hurt in blaze at factory (2001-06-28)
PRODUCTION was back to normal this week at a chemical factory in haverhill, following a major fire in which two workers were injured.
Factory worker killed himself (2001-06-28)
A YOUNG factory worker from Haverhill who had suffered from depression was found hanging in his room, an inquest has heard.
Anger after PC's patrol hours cut (2001-06-28)
VILLAGERS at Kedington have signed a petition opposing cuts to the time their village bobby can spend on patrol.
Crackdown on teen drinkers (2001-06-28)
POLICE are launching a major crackdown on under-age drinking in Haverhill, as well as other towns and villages across West Suffolk.
Fun for all at Show (2001-06-28)
HAVERHILL Show’s new venue at the town's Recreation Ground on Sunday makes it accessible to far more people this year.