An elderly Mildenhall woman who died after being knocked down by a car in March has been named by police.
A mum-of-four who launched a charity to fund recreational activities for young people in Soham has been voted townsperson of the year.
An elderly woman from Mildenhall, who was knocked down by a car in March, died in hospital yesterday.
Green energy could soon be powering homes in Lakenheath after plans to build a £12million solar farm on the edge of the village have been given the go-ahead.
Journal photographer Mark Westley captured this colourful view of an oilseed rape field in Burwell for this week’s Picture of the Week.
An outgoing district council chairman has said “enough is enough” to dog owners who let their pets foul Soham streets without cleaning up after them.
A Soham man has been told he will not stand trial accused of attempted burglary after the charges against him were dropped.
Newmarket trainer Sir Henry Cecil is among the inaugural winners at this year’s Churchill Awards.
Dr Who fans will be in for a treat next month when Lode village fete is revived with an appearance from one of the stars of the show.
The organisers of the proposed new Newmarket Free School are holding further information sessions for prospective parents this week.
Holywell Row Village Hall will hold its annual meeting on Monday.
Four organisations in Mildenhall were given financial boosts on Monday after receiving donations from a community group in the town.
The congregation at Wicken’s St Laurence’s Church has been celebrating getting its building repaired and weatherproof.
A 19th century Chinese Imperial vase, discovered in a house close to Newmarket, is expected to make up to £15,000 when it goes under the hammer next week.
Newmarket MP Matthew Hancock has welcomed moves made by the Government to prevent bookmakers from avoiding paying nearly £300 million in tax by regulating offshore gambling.
Police are urging bicycle owners across the Forest Heath area to make sure their bikes are locked securely following a spate of thefts.
Townspeople are being invited to help name a new care home which is to be built in Mildenhall.
A six-a-side football tournament was held in Stetchworth on Sunday to help launch the recently-opened new multi-use games area at the village’s Ellesmere centre.
A restoration project carried out by a Burwell church has received a huge boost to its funds thanks to an anonymous £50,000 legacy.
Ten hikers hoping to raise £5,000 for Help for Heroes have hit the road for a 12-day walking challenge from Newmarket to North Yorkshire.
A Newmarket horse rider is warning owners to keep dogs on leads after she and two children were thrown from their mounts when they were spooked by a loose dog.
The Journal campaign to honour Newmarket-born wartime code-breaker Bill Tutte could see a permanent memorial in place by the end of the year.
Newmarket College has announced it will be offering 15 new music and drama scholarships as part of its plan to improve.
Reach equestrian student Ellie Melville, 17, is dreaming of riding into stardom – as a singer playing to audiences of millions.
Arsonists have left a pigeon racing club in Newmarket facing a considerable repair bill after setting fire to its headquarters.
This photograph shows the moment an eight-month-old puppy was rescued after finding himself in a sticky situation.
Fishing gear worth £1,500 was stolen from a garage in Tulyar Walk, Newmarket between Sunday, April 28, and Sunday, May 12.
A green Avant 530 articulated loader was stolen from a cart lodge at a farm in Lower Green, Higham.
Eighty residents applauded a council’s decision to approve plans for a new supermarket in Soham.
Police have released CCTV images of a vehicle they want to trace in connection with poaching at a Chippenham estate.
Council planning officers have recommended two of the four applications to build new supermarkets be approved.
The winner of this week’s See It, Snap It, Send It competition is Jane Palmer of Derby Way in Newmarket for this snap of a dragonfly.
One of the tyres of a car parked in a street in Barton Mills has been slashed.
The manager of a Newmarket butchers has been presented with an award for long service.
Students from Newmarket College have been learning about the history of their town at a special talk and exhibition.
Rock bands Rubylux and Lonely The Brave are the two latest acts to sign up for this year’s LodeStar festival.
Organisers of the Isleham One Day Event have presented a cheque for £6,750 to the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
A Newmarket fundraising group will put their best paws forward during a sponsored dog walk to boost funds for a cancer charity.
Holley’s a racing force to be reckoned with – both on and off a horse video Picture gallery
Paul Holley showed he is still a force to be reckoned with after running out an easy winner of this year’s Newmarket Heath Race on Thursday.
A district judge has ordered a Red Lodge resident to clean up his garden.
Villagers are being invited to have their say on plans to combine Burwell and Swaffham Bulbeck fire stations.
Police are appealing for information after a unique mountain bike worth £1,500 was stolen from a garage in Mildenhall.
Hoovering on the Edge, written by Hilary Spiers in 2009, is the spring production by Bottisham Players, which opens on Thursday at the village college.
Landlord of Isleham’s Rising Sun public house Patrick Pearce and 15 friends have cycled from Cambridge to Brighton on to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) which supported a local family when their four month old daughter died last year.
Journal photographer, Mark Westley, captured some long awaited sunshine when he went along the ancient Devil’s Dyke to Wood Ditton near Newmarket to find this week’s Picture of the Week.
Residents in Mildenhall are being asked to help find a new charity partner for the town’s Sainsbury’s supermarket.
Soham’s Viva Arts and Community Group celebrated its 15th birthday with a free concert that took the audience on a trip down memory lane.
A Newmarket family have been celebrating finding their precious pet cat eight days after she went missing after jumping into in a removal van outside their home.
A mum of seven from Mildenhall who has shed 16 stone in as many months is aiming to raise £1,000 for charity later this year during a charity sky dive.
Royal greetings were one of the highlights of a special diamond celebration for a Newmarket couple.
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