The first draft of Haverhill Vision 2031, the planning framework for the town over the next 20 years, has been unveiled, showing in detail where large housing expansion is to take place.
The future of one of the most popular recreation and leisure spots in the Haverhill area is in the melting pot as Suffolk County Council prepares to get rid of Clare Country Park.
Get those chopsticks working during half-term fun (2012-02-01)
A chopstick eating competition, Chinese-themed arts and crafts sessions, movies and Just Dance session are just some of the activities at Haverhill Leisure Centre this half-term.
Borough council certain to get a new boss (2012-02-02)
There is to be a new boss at St Edmundsbury Borough Council when the role is combined with the boss of Forest Heath District Council.
Your chance to buttonhole councillors (2012-02-02)
Two senior Conservative borough councillors in Haverhill hold the first of their regular surgeries for 2012 on Saturday.
Gritting teams get ready as big freeze is forecast (2012-02-03)
Suffolk's gritting teams and community volunteers are busily preparing for freezing temperatures due to hit the county over the next few days.
Liam takes on a personal triathlon for charity (2012-02-03)
A Haverhill student takes on a tough personal challenge on Monday on behalf of the charity which works t highlight a condition he suffers from.
Crime back down to normal after two burglars caught (2012-02-06)
There was good news on the crime front in Haverhill this week as the statistics returned to normal after a three-week spate which saw houses, sheds, garages and cars burgled all over town.
Gritters keep working to treat minor roads (2012-02-06)
After Saturday night's snowfall the Haverhill area was returning to normal today with roads generally clear.
Performance festival seeks new members (2012-02-06)
The Annual General Meeting of the Haverhill Performing Arts Festival will be held at Haverhill Arts Centre on Saturday, February 25, at 3pm.
Free bags for those who love Haverhill market (2012-02-07)
Free sturdy market bags are being given to Haverhill market-lovers on Friday, February 17, to celebrate St Valentine’s Day and a great Haverhill institution.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-02-07)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, February 10.
Weather gets the better of Haverhill golf course (2012-02-07)
The first round of the nationally run competition, the Men’s Mail on Sunday, took place on Saturday, February 4 at Gosfield and, despite the frost and bitterly cold conditions, play eventually got und...
MP welcomes good news on the apprenticeship front (2012-02-08)
Marking National Apprenticeship Week, Haverhill's MP Matthew Hancock has welcomed the 58 per cent increase in the number of people starting an apprenticeship in West Suffolk last year.
Mum raises hospice cash in memory of her mother (2012-02-08)
A craft and shopping event has raised more than £700 for St Nicholas Hospice Care, in memory of a Haverhill woman.
County council freezes major chunk of council tax (2012-02-09)
A freeze has been agreed on by far the largest part of the coming year's council tax levy.
Gritters out ahead of predicted further snow (2012-02-09)
Ahead of predicted snowfall and freezing temperatures this afternoon and evening, Suffolk County Council's gritting teams have been out treating the county's highways from 2pm.
Police appeal after man twice followed boy (2012-02-10)
Police are appealing for information following two suspicious incidents in Haverhill this week.
Residents of the Chalkstone Estate in Haverhill will get the chance to meet with police officers of their local Safer Neighbourhood Team next Thursday, February 16.
Borough council finally axes arts centre funding (2012-02-13)
Fears that St Edmundsbury Borough Council might withdraw its entire grant to Haverhill Arts Centre have proved justified in this year's budget.
Wide backing for faster broadband campaign (2012-02-14)
NEARLY 6,000 households and businesses have so far backed the Better Broadband for Suffolk campaign.
Agreement will;further business links with China (2012-02-14)
Three county councils in the east have signed an agreement to work together and create long-term opportunities for local businesses to trade and operate internationally, in particular with China.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-02-14)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, February 17.
Amateur photographers could see their work featured in a fund raising calendar, in aid of St Nicholas Hospice Care.
The new boss of St Edmundsbury Borough Council, at a salary of £105,000 a year, will be moving up from Plymouth City Council.
Haverhill bus operator steps up in Bury (2012-02-16)
A Haverhill bus operator is stepping up its local services in Bury St Edmunds to fill a new gap at Moreton Hall.
Appeal for witnesses to Valentine's Day damage (2012-02-17)
Police are appealing for witnesses after a car was damaged in Sperling Drive, Haverhill, on Tuesday, February 14.
Local businesses were the first to learn more about St Edmundsbury Borough Council’s Vision 2031, the new plan for Haverhill, at the February meeting of the bestofhaverhill.
Cost of county policing to go up this year (2012-02-20)
The police are goinbg to cost us another fiver or so on our council tax this year.
Junior golfers collect end-of-season awards (2012-02-20)
Haverhill Golf Club’s junior annual meeting and presentation evening was held on Friday, February 17, organised by Linda Macfarlane, chair of the junior committee.
Marketing company ‘thebestofhaverhill’ has been helping to spread the love for local businesses over the past two weeks as part of the ‘14 Days Of Love’ – a national campaign being run by ‘thebestof’....
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-02-21)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, February 24.
Town council agrees to freeze council tax levy (2012-02-22)
For the first time Haverhill Town Council has agreed to freeze its council tax levy for the coming year.
A new guide aims to make sure proper infrastructure is put in place for housing developments in Suffolk in future.
Accountancy practices prepare for merger (2012-02-23)
Two Suffolk accountancy practices, Jacobs Allen and Paul Donno & Co, have announced their merger on March 1, forming a new accountancy business which will retain the trading name of Jacobs Allen.
Did you see either of these crimes? (2012-02-24)
Haverhill police are seeking witnesses to two recent crimes in the town, a burglary and an incident of criminal damage.
Sport Relief Mile comes to Haverhill (2012-02-24)
Haverhill is set to host its first Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile on Sunday, March 25, and become part of the UK’s biggest fundraising events.
Firefighters have been working most of the day to ventilate smoke from a giant waste recycling centre beside Haverhill bypass.
Youth grabs till from surgery pharmacy (2012-02-27)
Police are appealing for information after a till was stolen from the pharmacy at the doctors' surgery in Haverhill.
Friday sees the start of consultation on the most wholesale vision for the future of Haverhill for decades.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-02-28)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, March 2.
More trouble over bus station shelters (2012-02-29)
Part of Haverhill bus station was cordoned off this week after an inspection showed one of the new shelters was in a dangerous condition.
Your chance to have a say on policing priorities (2012-02-29)
Residents in Haverhill are invited to have their say on local policing priorities at the next Safer Neighbourhood piority setting meeting on Monday.