Man arrested and bailed after sex attack (2014-09-01)
A man who was arrested following an allegation of sexual assault in Haverhill has been released on police bail pending further enquiries.
New assessment for special educational needs starts (2014-09-01)
Suffolk County Council is adopting national changes to the way in which children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities are assessed.
Haverhill Jobs and Apprenticeships Fair is nearly here. It is taking place this Friday at Haverhill Arts Centre from 10am till 12.30pm. Admission is free and all are welcome.
New courses to help people use tablets and e-Readers (2014-09-03)
A library project in Haverhill to help people overcome social isolation and improve their IT skills, has received the backing of St Edmundsbury Borough Council.
Borough's budget consultation has 988 responses (2014-09-03)
Close to 1,000 people have taken the time out of their busy lives to take part in a St Edmundsbury Borough Council budget consultation.
A 31-year-old man who was arrested by police in connection with an alleged sexual assault in Haverhill will face no further action.
Ban on political stalls on the market deferred (2014-09-04)
St Edmundsbury Borough Council's cabinet hasdecided to defer a decision on whether political parties or pressure groups can continue to have stalls on Haverhill market.
Schoolchildren to be given flu vaccinations (2014-09-04)
For the first time, children in years seven and eight in Suffolk schools are being offered a flu vaccination, as part of a countywide pilot scheme at their school, in the battle to reduce the spread o...
Business people to learn about changes in education (2014-09-05)
The bestof Haverhill will be hearing about educational changes at its next business meeting on Thursday, September 18, from 10am-11.30am at The Days Inn, Haverhill.
Tyres slashed overnight in communal car park (2014-09-06)
Police are appealing for witnesses after a car had two tyres slashed in Haverhill.
SNT police priorities turn to the drugs battle (2014-09-09)
The fight against drugs in Haverhill features strongly in the latest set of priorities set by the public for police to concentrate on over the next three months.
Headway hub now open all day Wednesdays (2014-09-10)
Headway Suffolk’s satellite hub in Haverhill is now open for a full day every Wednesday at the Burton Centre in Camps Road.
Town councillors have objected to plans by Tesco to install three new facilities in the car park for 'car-related' services.
Councillors object to Sturmer End car sales plan (2014-09-10)
A business which has flouted planners for years, according to town councillors, received no support from them for a planning application to regularise its activities.
Residents back joint council housing strategy (2014-09-10)
A housing strategy which will help underpin West Suffolk’s plans to promote growth and create jobs has gained strong public backing.
Work has begun on preparing a new Masterplan for Haverhill Town Centre, with the aim of having the document in place by July next year.
A £40,000 three-year project to help independent traders in Haverhill and so improve the town centre retail offer has taken half as long again, and come to no very positive conclusions.
Season of events to mark World War anniversaries (2014-09-15)
Haverhill Town Council has announced a season of events to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One and the 75th anniversary of the start of World War Two.
Two arrested in Boxford Court drugs bust (2014-09-15)
Police in Haverhill arrested two men after discovering drugs at a property in the town.
Entries for Haverhill triathlon pass the 100 mark (2014-09-15)
More than 100 athletes will swim, cycle and run through Haverhill next month, and some of the town’s prominent sportspeople are encouraging you to join them.
Borough would like Haverhill forum to do less (2014-09-15)
Haverhill's only dedicated borough council forum is being asked to put its meetings onto a less formal basis.
Corn Exchange project launches a way you can help (2014-09-16)
The initiative to return the old Corn Exchange in Withersfield Road to use has launched a way for local people to donate to the project.
Academy shows its green credentials (2014-09-16)
Castle Manor Academy opened its doors to the community as part of the Explore Green Suffolk Event.
The leader of Suffolk County Council has made a number of changes to the structure of his cabinet - and it sees the departure of Haverhill's only representative at the county's top table.
Rector denies fraud charge (2014-09-17)
The Rector of Haverhill has pleaded not guilty to defrauding the Suffolk diocese out of more than £13,000.
Chief Constable takes on the ice bucket challenge (2014-09-18)
Suffolk Constabulary’s Chief Constable, Douglas Paxton proved he is no damp squib when he took on the Ice Bucket Challenge at the force’s annual Family Day.
Man arrested after sex assault on 16-year-old (2014-09-21)
Haverhill police have arrested a man on suspicion of a sex assault on a female following an incident in Haverhill in June.
Witnesses sought after attempted burglaries (2014-09-22)
Police are appealing for information after two attempted burglaries in Haverhill at the weekend.
Man stabbed with potato peeler during row (2014-09-23)
Police are seeking witnesses to an altercation which ended with a man being stabbed with a potato peeler at a house in Exeter Court.
Patients and the public in Haverhill have asked for greater investment to improve access to health services in the town.
Police work with residents to keep children safe (2014-09-23)
A police project has helped residents on an estate to keep their children safe when they are out playing.
Haverhill Town Council is to ask for a review of the parish boundaries in the light of the current and prospective growth of the town.
The official records of Haverhill Town Council's proceedings are to be leatherbound and kept in a fireproof place by the town's local history group.
Mayor joins club's tenth anniversary celebrations (2014-09-25)
The Mayor of Haverhill, Cllr Roger Andre, joined 20 members of the Monday Morning Club at Leiston Community Centre on Monday to celebrate the tenth birthday of the group.
Chance for businesses to try speed dating (2014-09-25)
Two Haverhill business organisations have joined forces to host a Speed Networking event as part of the Business Festival 2014.
ONE Haverhill schedules first annual public forum (2014-09-29)
ONE Haverhill will hold the first of its new annual public forums at Samuel Ward Academy on Wednesday, October 22.
It may still be 12 weeks away but Christmas is certainly high on the agenda for Days Inn Haverhill.
Time to apply for cash from ONE Haverhill grant pot (2014-09-30)
Are you embarking upon or thinking about a project which could improve opportunities for people in Haverhill or improve the physical environment of the town? Would you like up to £5,000 for your proje...
County council changes its phone numbers (2014-09-30)
People wanting to contact Suffolk County Council by telephone will, from this week, need to use a different number and could save money.