A rugby match played to mark the tenth anniversary of the death in Afghanistan of a soldier from Burwell has raised £1,200 for charity.
A village primary school which has been rated as ‘good’ for 11 years could be upgraded to ‘outstanding’.
A local historian has issued a plea for help in completing his mammoth task.
A police investigation is under way in Cyprus following the death of a Newmarket woman in a hotel fire.
Stepping Stones Pre-School are gearing up to deliver Christmas hampers after their second appeal saw them overwhelmed with donations.
Pupils and staff at Exning Primary School have been celebrating after winning a regional title for promoting walking or cycling to school.
Ultra marathon runner Ben Blowes has described Saturday’s 24-hour 100-mile charity run as ‘a triumph of the human spirit’.
“I thought I was dreaming,” said Sammi Haine, who has commuted into work daily on the old two-carriage 7.52am train from Newmarket.
A service offering care and support to people with a wide range of individual special needs is set to open in Newmarket.
A familiar face will be missing from this year’s popular Carols at Tattersalls, with conductor Vernon Place handing over the baton.
Newmarket sausage producer Powters is celebrating after scooping two top awards in the 2019 UK Sausage Week Awards.
The Spring Montessori, at Burwell, was in crisis after a previous owner was struck off by the government inspection agency.
The success of Newmarket’s first soapbox derby was underlined when final accounts for the event were revealed to town councillors.
Seventy-four years after the end of World War Two, the names of three soldiers who died in the conflict have finally been added to a memorial.
A campaign for a better bus service for villagers living between Newmarket and Cambridge has been launched.
Newmarket’s voluntary befriending service aims to provide company for elderly people who find it hard to get out and about.
Wayne Watson, 56, was airlifted to Addenbrooke’s Hospital after he was knocked off his motorbike just off the Fiveways roundabout
Opposition is growing to plans to cut the opening hours of a children’s centre which one mother has described as ‘central to her survival’.
Up to 80 bikers turned up at a Mildenhall pub for the town’s first motorbike show for 12 years.
About 30 members of staff have lost their jobs at Tindalls Newsagents, a fixture in the High Street for 132 years.