Crafters engineer a new name and venue for meetings (2015-03-02)
Haverhill Crafters’ Cooperative, which has been holding craft fairs in a room at the arts centre for the last year, has changed both its name and its venue.
Police chief seeks successor to axed SNT meetings (2015-03-03)
Haverhill's chief policeman wants the public to tell him the best way to liaise with them in the wake of the demise of Safer Neighbourhood Team public forums.
Low-level crime spree as vehicles are targeted (2015-03-03)
After months of very low crime in Haverhill, police are reporting a couple of week of increased activity in the form of criminal damage and thefts from cars and homes.
Government cash to be used in bid to beat potholes (2015-03-04)
Suffolk County Council have announced that £2.2million will be spent on substantial repairs to potholes in 80 sites in Suffolk.
Councillors lament demise of SNT meetings (2015-03-04)
The demise of the police public forums in Suffolk was lamented by town councillors at last night's meeting.
Resident challenges centre's transfer to church (2015-03-04)
The proposed transfer of Chalkstone Community Centre to the River Of Life Church has been challenged by a resident during the public forum of Haverhill Town Council this week.
Witnesses sought after shop window smashed (2015-03-04)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for witnesses after a shop window was vandalised in the town.
Planners today agreed to defer a decision on the demolition of some of the buildings on the Gurteen factory sit in the town centre until the completion of the masterplan in September.
New initiative in marketing town's research park (2015-03-06)
London commercial property consultants Bray Fox Smith have been appointed as joint agents to market the Haverhill Research Park in Haverhill, alongside existing agents Carter Jonas and Cheffins.