Two men accused of dealing crack cocaine and heroin in Newmarket have been sent to crown court for trial.
Stephen Archer is thought to have links to Suffolk
A team of runners will be lining up for a charity race in support of a schoolgirl who is bravely battling cancer.
The Brexit Party and Change UK are both fielding candidates
What councillors decide could shape Suffolk for 30 years
Suffolk County Council launches Highways self-help scheme
A woman has been taken to hospital after falling off a horse at Newmarket's Palace House museum.
The property is now on the market, with landlords asking for £68,000 a year for the store.
A national fashion retailer with an outlet in Newmarket has gone into administration.
Management and staff have celebrated the first anniversary of a tea room
Police are looking for witnesses to an East Cambridgeshire crash after both drivers left the scene.
A mother and son who were found dead in a Newmarket house on Friday have been named by police.
The refurbishment will see the Exning Road centre benefit from a range of new facilities
A Good Samaritan in a Waitrose uniform has come to the aid of a stranger in a heart-warming act of human kindness
Proposals for the £1.3million extension to accommodate Newmarket’s Oakfield Surgery at the town’s hospital have been approved
Two new sets of traffic lights designed to improve safety for riders, horses and motorists are now operational
Three microphones are monitoring noise levels around where Soham's railway station will be built
Soham residents have had their first glimpse of plans to build a new railway station in the town
The A142 linking Newmarket to Ely has been re-classified as a major road, meaning it could benefit from extra funding
A primary school which was rated as outstanding now requires improvement after a ‘period of turbulence’, says an Ofsted inspector.
Construction of the new library extension at Newmarket Academy has reached a key stage
A Newmarket primary school has retained its ‘good’ rating following an Ofsted inspection
Figures published by a union this week suggested that 93 per cent of all education authorities in the country had lost out on special education cash