A third accosting in a week has taken place in Haverhill, but police are not linking the incidents.
Police have again appealed to people not to leave property on display in their cars after there were ten vehicle crime incidents in a week.
Students from Castle Manor Academy have helped design and deliver a makeover at Haverhill Leisure Centre’s indoor play area Kid City and Tot’s Town
Silver surfer leads the way on Havebury course (2013-02-06)
Haverhill's biggest housing provider Havebury Housing Partnership is offering free computer courses to tenants wanting to learn how to surf the ‘net or brush up on their computer skills.
Cobble stone thrown through house window (2013-02-06)
Police are appealing for information after someone threw a cobble stone at the ground floor window of a house in Rye Court, Haverhill, causing it to smash.
Town coucil objects to hospice shop in Burton Centre (2013-02-06)
Haverhill town councillors have objected to the planning application from St Nicholas Hospice to move their shop into the Burton Centre.
New church and community centre planned (2013-02-06)
A proposal to build a church and community centre with a 350-seat auditorium in Chapelwent Road in Haverhill has been welcomed by town councillors.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-02-06)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, February 8.
Gun incident defused before armed police arrive (2013-02-11)
A police armed response vehicle was mobilised on Thursday after a woman involved in an altercation with her ex-boyfriend in Haverhill saw his hand go to a gun in his pocket.
Growth in Suffolk, school performance, pedestrianisation and transport will be on the agenda for the next bestof Haverhill event.
New chief constable of Suffolk officially appointed (2013-02-11)
Suffolk's police and crime commissioner Tim Passmore has announced the appointment of Douglas Paxton as the new Chief Constable for the county.
Suffolk County Council has welcomed its new director of children and young people’s services, Sue Cook, who starts in the role today.
Two of Haverhill's neighbouring villages have joined forces to reduce speed limits on the A143 and are inviting the town's residents to sign their petition.
Fire services back out of merger deal (2013-02-12)
Suffolk and Cambridgeshire’s Fire and Rescue Services have agreed that the merger between them will not go ahead at this time.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-02-12)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, February 15.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (2013-02-12)
GREENE KING EASTERN COUNTIES RUGBY LEAGUE, DIVISION TWO: Haverhill 25 Felixstowe 16.Match report.
Thieves make off with striped Mini-Cooper (2013-02-14)
Police are appealing for information after a green BMW Mini Cooper was stolen from outside a house in Haverhill.
Leisure centre gears up for half-term activities (2013-02-14)
Raft building, cycling, film afternoons and crafts are just some of the activities at Haverhill Leisure Centre this half term.
Golfers battle frost and wintry weather (2013-02-14)
Due to heavy frost, the Ladies Stableford at Haverhill Golf Club on Saturday, February 9, became a non-qualifier as the competition had to be played on temporary greens.
New county highways contract delayed till October (2013-02-18)
With all the potholes around, residents may be able to take comfort in the fact that Suffolk County Council is preparing to award a new contract to maintain its highways.
County leaders are being asked to endorse the Suffolk Growth Strategy next week.
Council to give away site for development (2013-02-19)
A site in Eden Road which could be worth up to £35,000 is to be given away by St Edmundsbury Borough Council to Havebury Housing Partnership to develop for affordable homes.
County's cabinet gets stuck into school failings (2013-02-19)
Suffolk schools poor attainment levels are to be discussed by the county council's cabinet for the first time since the latest disastrous results announced in December.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-02-19)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, February 22.
Reduced field of golfers for midweek contest (2013-02-19)
The Men’s Midweek Medal was played at Haverhill Golf Club on Wednesday, February 13.
Car hit by vandalism twice in five days (2013-02-20)
Police are appealing for witnesses after a blue Renault Clio was subjected to two separate incidents of criminal damage over the space of five days.
Havebury offers adventure holiday for NEETs (2013-02-20)
Fifteen lucky Havebury Housing Partnership tenants will be able to enjoy a five-day adventure holiday to learn new skills.
The boss of Suffolk County Council was in Haverhill today, talking to a gathering of local business people and community leaders at thebestofHaverhill's monthly meeting.
Burglars strike in Eastern Avenue yesterday (2013-02-21)
Police are appealing for witnesses after a house was broken into in Haverhill.
Town's MP announces more cash to boost training (2013-02-25)
Haverhill's MP Matthew Hancock has announced further investment to help companies set up the training schemes they need to meet specific skill requirements.
Town businesses among the most-loved in the country (2013-02-25)
Haverhill businesses have featured spectacularly well in a national internet-based competition built around how much their customers like them.
Haverhill Town Council has issued a plea for residents to turn up to a meeting to challenge the county council chief who blocked high street pedestrianisation.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-02-26)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, March 1.
Haverhill's junior golfers hold presentation evening (2013-02-26)
Haverhill Golf Club’s junior presentation evening was held on Friday, organised by Andy Martin, chair of the junior committee.
A woman fought off a violent burglary attempt at the dentists in Wratting Road late yesterday afternoon and was injured in the process.
Burton Centre row could become a national test case (2013-02-27)
Haverhill Town Council is to pursue its legal challenge to the decision not to pass the Burton Centre over to it, after being advised it has a case for a judicial review.
Council tax in Haverhill is set to remain the same as in previous years after the town council agreed this week to another freeze on its share.
Haverhill Arts Centre has announced it has teamed up with the National Theatre to broadcast live link-ups to some of their best productions.