Councillor calls for people to shop locally (2014-12-01)
A cabinet member on St Edmundsbury Borough Council is calling for residents to back small businesses by shopping locally this weekend.
Popular races to return next year in changed format (2014-12-01)
Two popular races that attracted more than 360 runners to Haverhill and raised over £13,000 for a local charity will return next year.
Free car parking scheme expanded up to Christmas (2014-12-02)
Free from 3 parking will be available every day from December 12 to 24 as part of a pilot scheme in Haverhill.
Haverhill Leisure Centre will be bringing some cheer to local children and adults who will be having a difficult time this Christmas.
Police issue warning after spate of shed burglaries (2014-12-04)
Police in Haverhill are advising residents to review the security of their sheds and outbuildings following a spate of burglaries at the weekend.
Appeal for witnesses after house break-in (2014-12-04)
Police are appealing for witnesses after a house was broken into in Haverhill.
Campaign will show consequences of drink driving (2014-12-04)
As Christmas approaches, the Suffolk Roadsafe Partnership is urging everyone, especially younger drivers, to think about the consequences of drink driving.
Seven marathons in seven days over Christmas (2014-12-08)
Haverhill Leisure Centre personal trainer and former ISKA British Thai Boxing Champion Matt Fitch will take on one of his biggest challenges yet when he attempts to runs seven marathons in seven days ...
County organisations urge 'safe' revelling (2014-12-08)
Organisations across Suffolk are urging members of the public to ‘think again’ before having another drink when out celebrating the festive period this December.
Most forms of crime have decreased again in Haverhill, the town's police chief told residents at a public forum last night, and the police have chalked up some successes in the battle against drugs.
Nearly 50 members of the public voted on the latest set of police priorities in Haverhill at a public forum of the town's Safer Neighbourhood Team on Monday.
Time to think about becoming a local councillor (2014-12-10)
Have you ever wanted to do more for your community? Have you ever wanted to challenge some of the council decisions? Have you ever thought of standing as a councillor?
Bike stolen from back garden in Larks Close (2014-12-10)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for witnesses after a bike was stolen in the town.
Warnings to motorists as bad weather is predicted (2014-12-11)
Police are advising drivers to take extra care on the roads with bad weather predicted to hit the region over the next few days.
New gritters wil help battle any cold snaps (2014-12-11)
Nine new Econ gritters have been purchased this year to replace ageing ones in Suffolk Highways’ fleet.
One major benefit to Haverhill town centre of any redevelopment of the Gurteen site will be a series of new pedestrian accesses through it, councillors were told yesterday.
Councillors have asked officers to look into ways of tidying up the derelict former Vixen pub which they say will detract from proposals to improve neighbouring Strasbourg Square.
Burglars strike in Roman Way and Forties Close (2014-12-15)
Police are appealing for witnesses after two burglaries in Haverhill.
Christmas bin collections and market days (2014-12-16)
Bin collections across St Edmundsbury will change from the end of this week for the Christmas and New Year period.
Humour is the key to winning card design (2014-12-17)
The winning entry in the Days Inn Haverhill Christmas card competition impressed the judges with the precision and detail of their drawing and their use of humour.
Castle Manor's longest-serving teacher retires (2014-12-17)
Students, staff and governors at Castle Manor Academy will be saying farewell to a much loved teacher when he retires on Friday.
As part of its drive to support economic growth and improved infrastructure, Suffolk County Council’s leader Mark Bee is pushing for mobile network providers to deliver greater coverage across the cou...
Town loses out on more cash to St Edmundsbury (2014-12-17)
An 'error' by St Edmundsbury council has resulted in Haverhill losing out on cash again from council ta receipts.
Police prepare for busy weekend as revelling peaks (2014-12-18)
Additional police will be on duty in towns across Suffolk this weekend, on what is expected to be one of the busiest weekends of the year for pubs and clubs.