A teenager is in hospital with serious injuries after he was stabbed in a Newmarket churchyard late Monday.
Newmarket's Marks and Spencer in The Guineas is one of 14 set to close by 2022
Suffolk Police found about 100 cannabis plants
The father of twins born three months early is helping to organise a charity spinathon in Newmarket to say thank you to Addenbrookes
Burwell's Lucy Andrews has been invited to Windsor for the big day
A man has been arrested after a bar fight spread out into the High Street
Racing staff leader George McGrath has issued a stark warning about reducing the maximum bet to £2
Menta, the Suffolk enterprise agency, has spent more than 30 years helped businesses start-up, grow and expand.
A prolific thief who robbed a police officer of a car has been jailed for more than three years.
Millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money was wasted on a doomed NHS contract to outsource the care of older and mentally ill people in Peterborough, investigators have found.
A new website is launched to help children and young people across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough tackle mental health issues.
A man has been rescued from the cab of a lorry after he was trapped following a collision on the A14 near Newmarket this morning.
A serious collision involving two lorries is blocking the A14 at Newmarket this morning, Thursday January 12.
Fresh calls for safety improvements to the A1307 have been voiced by West Suffolk’s MP after two people were killed in a head-on collision yesterday.
Two people died in a head-on collision on the A1307 yesterday afternoon (January 9) which police continue to investigate.
Conservative councillors have voted for Matthew Hicks to replace Colin Noble as their leader.
Councillors have welcomed the outcome of a public consultation on proposals to devolve power and hundreds of millions of pounds of funding from Westminster to Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
South Norfolk voters have chosen to leave the European Union.
Newmarket’s All Saints’ Primary School is one of eight local schools involved in the Front Runner programme run by the town’s National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art at Palace House. Pupils in Years 2, 4 and 6 have worked over six sessions with performance poet, Justin Coe, in activities which are aimed developing writing skills and understanding of text. The children have even taken inspiration from the horses stabled in the Rothschild Yard.