Newmarket Carnival is going green after town councillors agreed there would be no motorised floats or vehicles in this July’s parade.
Newmarket Lions club has found itself a new home after the Rutland Arms Hotel closed for a major refurbishment.
Mary Foreman who, with her late husband Terry, was credited with saving the town’s Bedford Lodge hotel
Artwork created by Year 4 pupils at Cheveley Primary School has been on display at the Fitzwilliam Museum, in Cambridge.
A Kirtling dog owner is desperate for news of her pet which she believes has been stolen by a man pretending it belonged to him.
The Cameo Club started life as the Newmarket Mothers’ Club back in 1970 but organisers have now decided it's time to call it a day.
More than half of a pot of grant cash allocated by a council through a funding initiative is set to go to the Citizens’ Advice Bureau.
A Conservative town councillor said he was ‘disappointed’ that the candidate selected to fight a by-election does not live in the town.
Work started this week on a 79-home development on land at Brickfields Stud in Newmarket's Exning Road
A suspected hare courser has been jailed for two months after leading police on a dangerous pursuit, reaching speeds of nearly 100mph.
A Newmarket man has spoken of his ordeal at the hand of three masked robbers who attacked him on the town’s Yellow Brick Road footpath.
he money was raised at a charity concert staged at All Saints’ Church, in Newmarket, in the autumn.
An appeal is under way to get Newmarket’s SOS bus back on the road.
Consultation is set to start on measures aimed at increasing parking for users of Newmarket’s leisure centre.
Burwell’s county councillor Josh Schumann joined Cambridgeshire’s civic leaders as they celebrated the start of work on the county’s new hub.
A Newmarket hotel has created a special memorial to a much-loved member of its staff who died earlier this year.
Kerbside waste collections for more than 2,000 residents across East Cambridgeshire are under threat because of damage to bin trucks.
A Second World War code breaking hero and the first woman to be given a trainer’s licence by the Jockey Club are to have roads named after them.
Police action has helped to curb much of the anti-social behaviour by a group of youths which has plagued Newmarket town centre since the summer.
The new building has been funded by Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum, the founder of the Godolphin horseracing and breeding empire.