Bus-users left out in the cold for another winter (2009-10-01)
An elderly couple who took their fight for a shelter at their local bus stop to a council meeting came away with some hope that it might be installed next year.
Flasher pursued his victim (2009-10-01)
Police are seeking a man in his early thirties who exposed himself to a woman near Princess Way in Haverhill yesterday afternoon (Wednesday).
Library window smashed (2009-10-01)
Two youths with hooded tops were seen running away after a window was smashed at Haverhill Library between 7.30pm and 8.10pm yesterday (Wednesday).
New homes would be 'an example' of green development (2009-10-02)
A piece of grassland of just under an acre on the north side of Millfields Way in Haverhill is likely to be turned into a top example of an environmentally-friendly housing development.
Haverhill show this could be a great season (2009-10-04)
Haverhill 1st XV 12
Rural areas to get connected (2009-10-04)
Clare residents will be the first villagers to benefit free of charge from a unique £15,000 scheme by St Edmundsbury Council to connect village halls to the Internet.
Cambs football results and fixtures (2009-10-05)
Help for the town's needy in recession crisis (2009-10-05)
Benefit delay is the single most serious problem for families badly affected by the recession, according to the man who is leading the charge from churches and community to tackle poverty in Haverhill...
Developer urges different plan for town growth (2009-10-05)
A developer is promoting what he calls 'a more balanced option' for future Haverhill growth, as the closing date for comments on the Local Development Framework draws on.
Campaign to stop drivers behaving badly at crossings (2009-10-05)
Motorists who drive around crossing patrols, are abusive to them or rev loudly when children are being helped across are being targeted this month.
Wing mirror damage spree (2009-10-05)
Between Friday evening and Saturday lunchtime six vehicles had wing mirrors damaged in Eastern Avenue, Western Avenue, Barons Court and Cambridge Close in Haverhill.
Motorbike stolen from unlocked garage (2009-10-05)
Someone got into an unlocked garage in Shetland Road late on Friday night and stole a red Yamaha motorbike, registration B660CMR.
Launch celebrations go on at Tesco (2009-10-07)
Shoppers received a treat at the weekend when they visited Haverhill’s newest supermarket.
New award for recruitment agency (2009-10-07)
The winners of the 2008 CB9 Business Awards care and customer service award have now received a Government quality mark.
Library gets a taste of the Caribbean (2009-10-07)
Visitors to Haverhill Library will have a chance to listen to Guyana-born musician, writer and storyteller Shirley Bignell as part of Suffolk County Council's African History Month celebrations.
Packed house for college's open evening. (2009-10-08)
Hundreds of pupils and prospective pupils with parents, as well as representatives of Haverhill's social and business community descended on Samuel Ward Arts and Technology College yesterday for their...
Chamber tries out lunchtime event (2009-10-08)
Haverhill Chamber of Commerce is to hold its first lunchtime networking event for businesses in the town and surrounding area on Wednesday, October 21, at Castle Manor college's business and training ...
Police challenged over traffic in high street (2009-10-09)
Concern over the way motorists routinely ignore traffic regulations in Haverhill High Street surfaced again at a police public meeting held in the town last night (Thursday).
Anti-social behaviour is public's top concern (2009-10-09)
Having heard Haverhill was statistically part of the safest area of the second safest county in the country, members of the public told police their biggest concerns were about anti-social behaviour.
Bid to stop adults buying alcohol for children (2009-10-09)
Police attempting to crackdown on under-age drinking in parts of Haverhill have been told the main problem is older people buying alcohol for children.
Police seek car arsonist (2009-10-09)
Haverhill police are anxious to trace a man seen in the area of Harrow Road in the town late on Wednesday evening when a car was broken into and set alight.
Rugby club get reward for team effort (2009-10-12)
Eastern Counties League II
Cambs League football results and fixtures (2009-10-12)
Builder loses costly Pubwatch fight (2009-10-12)
Police in Haverhill have welcomed the result of a test case which has left a local builder with legal bills of nearly £25,000 after he failed in his attempt to get a judicial review of his ban from to...
Sudbury Sunday League football round-up (2009-10-12)
An all-Haverhill affair provided top entertainment in the first round of the Sportsguard Suffok FA Sunday Cup as Haverhill Bull played Haverhill Snooker Club.
Second half goalfest for Rovers (2009-10-13)
Stolen car keys used in theft of golf clubs (2009-10-13)
Thieves broke into a locker at Haverhill Leisure Centre between 5.30pm and 6.40pm yesterday (Monday) and stole a mobile phone and the keys to a green Volkswagen Passat.
Chance to relive your computer game memories (2009-10-13)
Lovers of vintage computers and classic arcade games like Space Invaders and Pac-Man are in for a rare treat at the Haverhill Business Exhibition due to be held on Friday and Saturday this week.
College open evening celebrates 50 years (2009-10-14)
It was the turn of Castle Manor Business and Enterprise College to host hundreds of parents, pupils, prospective parents and pupils and representatives of the business community at its open evening ye...
Bid to tidy up Wratting Road traffic problems (2009-10-14)
Now that Tesco's new store and the associated roadworks are complete, Haverhill town councillors have turned their minds to fine-tuning the area to benefit motorists and pedestrians.
Witnesses to burglary sought (2009-10-15)
Haverhill police are anxious to speak to anyone who may have seen a burglary in Strasbourg Square early yesterday morning (Wednesday).
Not so friendly advice (2009-10-15)
Homeowners who have recently purchased their property and then received a letter claiming they could be prosecuted, are being told by trading standards officers not to panic as this is totally untrue....
St John Ambulance looks for volunteers (2009-10-15)
The St John Ambulance in Haverhill is looking for more volunteers to help continue its work supporting the community.
Haverhill is a powerful community with confidence and a clear direction, according to the director-general of the British Retail Consortium, who opened the town's sixth Business Exhibition today (Frid...
Bulldoze Queen's Square, urges businessman (2009-10-16)
One of Haverhill's leading businessmen has urged that Queen's Square and the north side of Queen Street be bulldozed as soon as possible.
Family fun with the emergency services (2009-10-17)
Police and emergency services turned up on Haverhill's market square today (Saturday), but luckily no one was in danger.
Scouts in district competition success (2009-10-17)
On the second weekend of October, members of 1st Haverhill Scouts came home with the trophy from the Sudbury District scouts competition, competing against 15 other patrols from across the region.
Spooks and dragons take over at leisure centre (2009-10-19)
A spooky Halloween Ball, street-style basketball, and a chance to meet a real bearded dragon, are just some of the activities on offer for half term at Haverhill Leisure Centre.
Cambs football results and fixtures (2009-10-19)
Post strike to hit businesses (2009-10-19)
RURAL businesses are set to be among those hardest hit by the forthcoming postal strike, a leading business association has claimed.
Tough test yields just a point (2009-10-19)
Eastern Junior Alliance League U15s
Council offers help to insulate homes (2009-10-19)
Thousands of households in St Edmundsbury could benefit from a programme offering generous fixed price help to make sure that homes are properly insulated this winter.
Police urge people to think about alcohol (2009-10-19)
Alcohol Awareness Week starts today and Suffolk police are doing their bit by encouraging people to ‘rethink their drink’.
Young stars come of age in Elvis musical (2009-10-20)
The curtain goes up tonight (Tuesday) on a spectacular youth musical at Haverhill Arts Centre which represents the climax of a 12-year programme by the town's Centre Stage Company.
Police seek dog that bit six-year-old girl (2009-10-20)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for information after a six-year-old girl was bitten by a dog in a play area.
Sunday football round-up (2009-10-20)
In unusual fashion, this week's round-up starts with the first round of the Norfolk and Suffolk FA Womens Cup, where Haverhill Rovers Ladies faced a young Debenham LC Ladies side and Rovers made it ex...
Grand plan to honour town's Great War dead (2009-10-21)
Details of an ambitious project to mark the 90th anniversary of the unveiling of Haverhill's war memorial and to honour the town's war dead were unveiled to Haverhill town councillors last night (Tues...
Specialized bubbly for the winner (2009-10-21)
Haverhill firm Specialized Print have announced that the winner of the competition at their stand at the recent Haverhill Business Exhibition was Peter Murton from Murtrade Interior Building Speciali...
Anti-social behaviour work in county wins top award (2009-10-21)
The Suffolk Positive Futures Team which works with young people who are at risk of becoming involved in anti-social behaviour has won a National Justice Award for commitment to engaging communities.
Convention helps career choices (2009-10-22)
Representatives from universities, colleges, public services, armed forces and local businesses attended a Careers Convention at Samuel Ward Arts & Technology College in Haverhill on Tuesday.
Councils join forces to back Poppy Appeal (2009-10-22)
The chairmen and mayors of all seven district and borough councils in Suffolk and the of the county council have joined forces to urge people to support this year's Poppy Appeal by the Royal British L...
Suffolk people tell their stories (2009-10-22)
Throughout October residents across Suffolk are celebrating their heritage and experiences of community life as part of the county’s Festival of Learning programme.
Fireworks warning for businesses (2009-10-22)
Trading standards officers from Suffolk County Council are currently checking stores across the county for fireworks stored illegally or dangerously.
Ten days left to apply for school places (2009-10-22)
The deadline for applications for upper school and high school places in Suffolk is fast approaching with the closing date for all applications, whether online or by post being Monday, November 2.
Parents tweeted to school lunch (2009-10-23)
Parents throughout Suffolk will soon be able to see what is on the school lunch menu thanks to a new county council service being offered via Twitter.
Safety warnings as clocks go back (2009-10-23)
Clocks go back one hour tomorrow night (Saturday) and both police and fire services have issued warnings to people about safety on darker evenings.
New role to boost Haverhill issues (2009-10-23)
Haverhill's profile has been raised on St Edmundsbury Council by the creation of a new role with responsibility for the town and the appointment of a Haverhill councillor to fill it.
Great display of rugby brings victory in Norfolk (2009-10-25)
EASTERN COUNTIES LEAGUE, DIVISION TWO
Penalty pain after ast-gasp equaliser (2009-10-26)
EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE LEAGUE UNDER 15s
Menta launches Haverhill breakfast meetings (2009-10-26)
Suffolk enterprise agency Menta has announced it will be extending its monthly breakfast networking meetings to Haverhill, in association with Haverhill Chamber of Commerce.
Cambs football results and fixtures (2009-10-26)
Work placements sought for students and graduates (2009-10-26)
The University of Essex is looking for local employers who might be able to help deliver its new Short Work Placement Scheme, which it started offering to new graduates and current students last month...
Fire warning in advance of Halloween (2009-10-26)
With Halloween just around the corner, Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service is urging the public to remember some important fire safety messages so that their celebrations do not become a terrifying experi...
Trend of improvement spreads through town (2009-10-27)
A group of agencies including police and local councils made an inspection tour of Haverhill town centre yesterday (Monday), looking at ways it could be improved.
Police success in targeting town centre nuisances (2009-10-27)
A police operation on the last weekend of the summer holidays has led to the identification of virtualy all of a group of youngsters engaged in anti-social behaviour in and around Haverhill town centr...
Residents in the Quendon Place area of Haverhill's Chalkstone estate who witness youngsters causing a nuisance around the so-called Aeroplane Park have been asked to ring police straightaway.
Fire station is latest victim of metal thieves (2009-10-27)
The high price of scrap metal at the moment is leading to thieves targeting more and more garages, industrial units and buildings that look uninhabited.
Lunchtime event brings in chamber members (2009-10-27)
Haverhill Chamber of Commerce’s first lunchtime networking event for several years took place on Wednesday, October 21, and proved to be a success with new members joining the organisation.
Market move saga may end in public inquiry (2009-10-28)
People campaigning to retain vehicle access to Haverhill High Street for the disabled on Fridays may have to force a public inquiry.
Council ready for a fight over bus shelters (2009-10-28)
A big battle is looming over the shelters at Haverhill's new bus station after Suffolk County Council indicated it is 'not minded to change them' despite massive protests from all sections of the town...
Extension planned to Samuel Ward college (2009-10-28)
There will be a chance to view plans for an extension to Samuel Ward Arts and Technology College's site in Chalkstone Way, Haverhill, on Tuesday, November 10.
New-look Queen Street to be unveiled on Friday 13th (2009-10-28)
Council officials are hoping Friday the 13th will turn out to be an auspicious date for them, because that is when they have chosen to officially open the Queen Street enhancement scheme.
Con man tricked staff in two stores (2009-10-29)
Police have issued this CCTV image of a man they want to trace in connection with two fraud offences in shops in Haverhill High Street three weeks ago.
Special school top of wish-list for redundant sites (2009-10-29)
A special school is the top priority for one of the school sites which will become redundant when education in Haverhill moves to two-tier.
Prestigious visitor will raise town's profile (2009-10-29)
Haverhill Chamber of Commerce has announced it will be hosting a visit to Haverhill by the Lord-Lieutenant of Suffolk on November 17.
All four wheels stolen from minibus (2009-10-29)
Thieves stole all four wheels from a Ford Transit minibus parked in Haverhill Arts Centre car park last night (Wednesday).
Dragons and wizards at enchanted town park (2009-10-30)
Haverhill's free and hugely popular Halloween Trail, sponsored by the town council, takes place today (Friday) at East Town Park.
Lack of space limits activities for town youngsters (2009-10-30)
A survey has established there is only a potential club membership place available for fewer than one in ten youngsters in Haverhill.
Time to give our town a bit of respect (2009-10-30)
ANNE GOWER, the councillor who has just been given the role of championing Haverhill on St Edmundsbury Council, has been telling Haverhill-UK News’s DAVID HART how she’s determined to instill a bit of...
Crowds descend on park for a fright (2009-10-31)
Thousands of people flocked to East Town Park in Haverhill last night (Friday) for a free scare on the Halloween Trail.