Catalytic converter thieves strike again (2014-08-04)
Police are appealing for information following the theft of four catalytic converters and one attempted theft in Haverhill and Bury St Edmunds.
Networking event meets at another new venue (2014-08-04)
The bestof Haverhill will hold its next business meeting on Thursday, August 21, from 10.00am to 11.30am at The Burton Centre, the new St Nicholas Hospice Care Outreach facility in Haverhill.
Witnesses sought to two garage break-ins (2014-08-06)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for witnesses after two garages were broken into in the town last week.
Banner space available to advertise local events (2014-08-06)
Haverhill Research Park is offering the local community the opportunity to advertise their events for free on its community board at the park.
Appeal for witnesses after 11-year-old boy followed (2014-08-08)
An 11-year-old boy was followed by a man in a car for tow or three minutes as he walked in Greenfields Way on Tuesday.
Second music night on market square lined up (2014-08-11)
Haverhill Town Council is putting on another night of free entertainment in the Market Square on Saturday (August 16).
Around 30 members of the public attended the first Haverhill Town Council committee meeting to be filmed last night, most of them from the Bumpstead Road area objecting to a planning application.
MP lines up another jobs fair in town (2014-08-13)
Haverhill's MP Matthew Hancock is to hold a jobs and apprenticeships fair in Haverhill on Friday, October 3.
Epicentre signs up its first 'virtual' tenant (2014-08-13)
The Epicentre at Haverhill Research Park has signed up its first ‘virtual’ tenant - Paul Donno, who runs an online account services business and is also the chairman of Haverhill Chamber of Commerce.
Warning after burglar gets in by using open fanlight (2014-08-13)
Police are warning residents to ensure they lock their doors and windows following a burglary in Haverhill.
The future of the Bell pub in Haverhill High Street was debated by Haverhill town councillors at their planning meeting this week.
Havebury secures £8million funding from Government (2014-08-14)
Millions of pounds of Government funding have been secured to help build 234 affordable homes in St Edmundsbury by 2018.
Last chance to have your say on council spending (2014-08-16)
Time is running out for residents to have their say on how St Edmundsbury Borough Council makes £1.5m of savings in 2015/16.
Speeding motorists to be targeted all next week (2014-08-16)
Motorists who risk lives by speeding are being targeted by Norfolk and Suffolk Police as part of a week-long enforcement campaign.
Another 'One' project includes St Edmundsbury (2014-08-18)
The Government has given its backing to two innovative projects designed to improve public sector services across West Suffolk while saving money to the taxpayer.
Varsity line re-opening boosted in new report (2014-08-19)
The East West Rail Consortium has published a report that shows that extending the East West Rail line from Oxford to Cambridge has real potential.
More investment in leisure centre gym and power room (2014-08-20)
Abbeycroft Leisure is to re-invest £114,000 into Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill Leisure Centres to meet growing demand for fitness activities.
Manor GCSE results among their best ever (2014-08-21)
Year 11 students at Castle Manor Academy have been celebrating their GCSE results.
ONE Haverhill has more than tripled the number of apprenticeship places available in companies in and around Haverhill in just four months.
Political parties and pressure groups are to be offered the chance to set up prime location pitches in Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill town centres on any of five days of the week under proposals to be ...
U3A holds open day to showcase activities (2014-08-26)
One of the largest organisations in Haverhill, the University of the Third Age (U3A), will be holding an open day next month for the public to see what they have to offer.
MP welcomes decrease in NEETs numbers (2014-08-27)
Haverhill's MP Matthew Hancock has welcomed new figures showing that 5,000 fewer young people in the East of England are not in employment, education or training - a 5.9 per cent decrease since the el...
Haverhill Town Council has announced that this September town residents will once again get the opportunity to quiz their town councillors on local issues, on their own doorsteps.