The Godolphin Under Starters’ Orders specialist primary education programme saw 200 children at Newmarket's July Course.
Two schoolchildren have reached the final of a nationwide art competition that could see their work splashed across the side of a coach.
A Newmarket café owner has said the police need to act after a spate of break-ins
Mr Hancock has been promoted in the wake of a series of cabinet resignations today.
Seven members voted against referring the decision back to cabinet, meaning that cuts will go ahead from September 2019.
A mum from Mildenhall saw her son born at West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds on the day the NHS officially celebrated its 70th birthday.
Carnival goers on Saturday won’t have to miss a minute of England World Cup quarter final as four large screens will be on The Severals
A Burwell-based marquee company has won the public vote at this year’s prestigious Family Business of the Year awards
Marks and Spencer has confirmed it will shut its Newmarket store in August, ending nearly 30 years of trading in the town
Kentford-based seed specialist Mr Fothergills has been celebrating after landing a major award at this year's Chelsea Flower Show.
An appeal for donations of unwanted tack has been made by a Horse and Pony Rescue Centre which was raided on Saturday
A memorial garden dedicated to those who fought and died in the First World War has been destroyed by vandals
Prolific Newmarket thief Stewart McLeish, 46, of Rous Road, has been jailed again
Dr Simon Bailey retires 45 years after taking up his first post in general practice
The plans will now be put on hold and reviewed by the Scrutiny Committee on July 9.
The council voted in favour of school transport cuts, which will be phased in from September 2019.
The council's decision will now be reviewed by the monitoring officer
Suffolk County Council has recommended that school transport cuts be rolled out over a phased period from September 2019, despite strong opposition.
A councillor has called for ‘more transparency’ about the future of a council-owned affordable housing developer
Newmarket Town Council is set to borrow £100,000 to help pay for the re-design and refurbishment of the memorial hall gardens
The decision will be reviewed by the scrutiny committee on Monday, July 9.
Students from across the Newmarket area were honoured last week for their exceptional work