Planners still gunning for 'historic' cottages (2013-12-02)
It is possible the controversial historic cottages in Haverhill High Street will only survive long enough to go to auction next month, if planners get their way.
Three sites in Haverhill town centre could be given permission for development for a total of 44 new homes at a planning meeting this week.
Haverhill received a jobs blow this week with the news that the peanut factory is likely to close after just eight years, with 85 jobs being lost.
Double appearance by ONE Haverhill on national stage (2013-12-02)
ONE Haverhill has featured in two national-level events in the past couple of weeks.
Business people learn how to stand out (2013-12-02)
The November meeting of the bestof Haverhill, which took place at the Days Inn Haverhill recently, focused on the importance of marketing for businesses.
The leader of Suffolk County Council and three of Suffolk’s MPs met communications minister Ed Vaisey today to push for the Government’s support to extend the Better Broadband for Suffolk programme.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-12-03)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, December 6.
Haverhill Town Council's plans to recoup the £125,000 cut from its funding by St Edmundsbury Borough Council are to be opposed by Conservative members.
Police catch oil thief in the act (2013-12-04)
A man has been arrested after an incident involving the theft of heating oil in Withersfield.
UKIP to support town council in raising council tax (2013-12-05)
Haverhill's UKIP councillors have pledged to support their Labour colleagues in raising council tax to cover a cash shortfall imposed by Conservatives in St Edmundsbury.
A man who died following a road accident on the Haverhill bypass yesterday has been named by police as Lee Westrope.
Replica weapons valued at £4,500 stolen in burglary (2013-12-09)
Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary in Haverhill during which replica guns were stolen.
Police seek witnesses after two burglaries (2013-12-09)
Police are appealing for witnesses after a daytime burglary in on Friday Haverhill.
Catalytic converter thieves strike in town again (2013-12-09)
Police are appealing for witnesses after three vans had their catalytic converters stolen in Haverhill.
Scouts and guides push on with fund raising (2013-12-09)
Haverhill's scouts and guides are hoping to take another step towards their fund-raising target by hosting a mince pies and mulled wine evening next Monday, December 16.
Haverhill Leisure Centre will be bringing some cheer to local children who will be having a difficult time this Christmas.
The team at Days Inn Haverhill are gearing up for some festivities of their own this month as they celebrate their seventh birthday.
New SNT meeting format produces the same result (2013-12-10)
A newly-revamped format for the Safer Neighbourhood Team public forum last night produced a similar result to the old one.
Haverhill staff and pupils are saying farewell this week to a much-respected teacher.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-12-10)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, December 13.
Family Christmas Night hailed a great success (2013-12-11)
Over 7,000 people turned out for Haverhill's annual Family Christmas Night on Friday, featuring the Christmas lights switch-on, fairground rides, street entertainers, community stalls and the Best-Dre...
A Government planning inspector will come to Haverhill to hold his inquiry into the Vision 2031 document which will guide development of the town over the next 20 years.
No Tory nominated in town council election (2013-12-11)
The Conservatives will not be attempting to hang on to the town council seat which was held by former mayor Cllr Les Ager, who died in October.
Town mayor Cllr Roger Andre was at Haverhill Methodist Church for their festive Toy Service on Sunday, December 8.
Place Farm Primary Academy appointed its first head boy and head girl last week.
Businesses pleased at news of A14 improvements (2013-12-12)
The chair of Haverhill Chamber of Commerce has joined the town's MP Matthew Hancock in welcoming the news there will be A14 improvements but no tolls.
Burglars strike again in two more incidents (2013-12-13)
The domestic burglary count in Haverhill, described by the town's police chief Insp Peter Ferrie this week as has main area of concern, continues to rise.
New theatre workshops for children come to town (2013-12-13)
Budding stars of the stage and screen can get a head-start with a new activity in Haverhill - weekly drama workshops run in association with Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds.
Man, 26, who died in crash yesterday named (2013-12-16)
A 26-year-old man who died following a single vehicle accident in Homefield Road yesterday has been named as Peter James, from Haverhill.
Pensioner threatened by four burglars (2013-12-16)
Four men forced their way into a pensioner's house last night and searched it before leaving with two games consoles and a stereo.
Suffolk county councillor Tony Brown is to ask for the proposed one-way scheme in part of Camps Road to be delayed while its effects are more carefully thought through.
Rail minister attends Suffolk conference (2013-12-16)
A good rail service is vital to enabling and supporting business growth in Suffolk - that is the message delivered on Friday at the 2013 Suffolk Rail conference attended by the minister for transport ...
Haverhill Leisure Centre staff and customers have collected sackfuls of presents for children spending Christmas in hospital.
Pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds in West Suffolk have been allocated £2,962,000 for 2014/15 to help them achieve their full potential.
1st Stop recruits donations to Haverhill Foodbank (2013-12-17)
Boxes full of food have been collected for Haverhill Foodbank by staff and customers of 1st Stop Recruitment, Haverhill’s longest-serving recruitment agency.
Police issue warning about new scam in Suffolk (2013-12-17)
Police in Suffolk are urging friends, relatives, carers and neighbours to pass on advice to elderly people they care for after five people have been scammed out of almost £30,000.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-12-17)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, December 20.
Police blitz on High Street parking has no effect (2013-12-18)
Efforts to enforce parking regulations in Haverhill High Street are still not working despite renewed efforts by police.
Follow a PCSO's day on Twitter (2013-12-18)
If you want to know what police do all day you can follow a Haverhill PCSO on Twitter on Friday.
Builder buys historic cottages to renovate them (2013-12-18)
Residents are celebrating what they hope will prove to be the saving of the historic cottages in the high street which had been threatened with demolition.
Scammers confused store cashier and took £86 (2013-12-19)
Police are releasing CCTV images of two men they would like to speak to after a money-changing scam at a retail premises in Haverhill.
All set for the town's biggest carol concert (2013-12-19)
If you’re still looking for seasonal music and carol singing, you can still get tickets for Haverhill’s biggest Christmas music event, Carols For All, which is in the Old Independent Church at 8pm on ...
Two arrested in connection with recent burglary (2013-12-20)
Police arrested two men yesterday in connection with a burglary that took place in Haverhill last week.
Mastiff shot with airgun pellet (2013-12-20)
Police are appealing for witnesses after a dog was shot with an air pellet in Haverhill.
Recruitment agency takes on new team members (2013-12-20)
Haverhill’s longest-serving recruitment agency 1st Stop Recruitment has welcomed two new members to its growing team.
Police advise on how to stay safe this weekend (2013-12-20)
With the expected busiest weekend before Christmas and New Year almost upon us, and police patrols being stepped up in towns across the county, police in Suffolk are advising people to stay safe and h...
Witnesses sought to possible attempted break-in (2013-12-23)
Haverhill police are asking for witnesses to a piece of criminal damage which happened in St Botolph's Way on Tuesday, December 10.
Plea to recycle all your Christmas waste (2013-12-23)
With every Suffolk resident expected to throw away around 50 kilos of waste this Christmas, the Suffolk Waste Partnership is asking people to remember to recycle rather than giving to landfill.
The arrival of a giant wind turbine on the edge of Haverhill has been brought a step closer with a recommendation that the plan be given approval by St Edmundsbury Borough Council.
Engineers working to clear storm damage (2013-12-24)
Suffolk highways engineers are responding to over 100 storm-related reports which have come into The Hub at Suffolk Highways offices this morning.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-12-24)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, December 27.
Police issue warning to be on the lookout for raves (2013-12-27)
Suffolk Constabulary is issuing a robust reminder to anyone planning to organise an illegal rave in the county ahead of the New Year bank holiday.
Scout and guide bag-packing raises £1,500 (2013-12-27)
Haverhill scouts and guides have taken a huge step towards raising the funds needed to restore their headquarters after a pre-Christmas bag-pack raised more than £1,500 for the group.