A Newmarket man has today appeared in court charged with the murder of a woman in the town.
A 28-year-old Newmarket man has been charged with murder.
Suffolk Police has referred itself to a watchdog after it emerged the woman who was stabbed to death had previously contacted the force.
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.
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 woman has been stabbed to death at a Newmarket house.
A house in Newmarket's Studlands Park has been cordoned off by police as part of a major emergency service response.
Newmarket's newest supermarket is set to open in August as work began in earnest on its Exning Road site this week.
Newmarket's Aldi store is now expected to be open in August next year, the supermarket has announced.
A new face will be at the helm of popular Newmarket women’s wear store Martha V from next month.
Police are stepping up patrols along Newmarket's Yellow Brick Road after the second armed attack in three days.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been drawn into a row about alleged bullying at West Suffolk Hospital over whistleblowing.
The upgrade is the first general 'refresh' of the centre since the Exning Road facility first opened 10 years ago.
It was originally thought that the defibrillator had been stolen when it disappeared from its casing at the beginning of last month.
Inconsiderate drivers who ignore parking restrictions in Newmarket will soon run the risk of being fined.
Parking fines will be the same across the whole of Suffolk from early next year when enforcement is set to come into force.
“I thought I was dreaming,” said Sammi Haine, who has commuted into work daily on the old two-carriage 7.52am train from Newmarket.
The transfer of civil parking enforcement powers in Suffolk from police to councils is set to be rubber-stamped in January.
A Conservative town councillor said he was ‘disappointed’ that the candidate selected to fight a by-election does not live in the town.
Burwell’s county councillor Josh Schumann joined Cambridgeshire’s civic leaders as they celebrated the start of work on the county’s new hub.
Newmarket residents are set to go back to the polls in the new year, with some set to cast three votes.
A village primary school which has been rated as ‘good’ for 11 years could be upgraded to ‘outstanding’.
The new building has been funded by Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum, the founder of the Godolphin horseracing and breeding empire.
Stepping Stones Pre-School are gearing up to deliver Christmas hampers after their second appeal saw them overwhelmed with donations.