The victim was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, with serious but not life threatening injuries.
Matt Hancock has pledged to lobby the Home Secretary to look at changes in the law to help police tackle the anti-social behaviour.
Police swooped on a house just outside Newmarket on Saturday, shutting down a 10 plant cannabis farm.
The families of the friends killed in a road crash just outside Newmarket have paid tribute to two young men who had everything to live for.
Eyewitnesses said they saw "armed police with riot shields, assault rifles, and side arms" entering the block.
Newmarket's High Street has lost another independent store and another town centre shop is set to close.
Appeal for Network Rail to make ‘vital’ improvements to Newmarket's trains
A local eatery has impressed the judges at the national curry awards.
About 30 members of staff have lost their jobs at Tindalls Newsagents, a fixture in the High Street for 132 years.
It was originally thought that the defibrillator had been stolen when it disappeared from its casing at the beginning of last month.
Newmarket MP and health secretary Matt Hancock has welcomed a decision in principle to transfer the ownership of the town’s community hospital.
Councillors are set to approve a £1.8 million package of improvements to Newmarket Leisure Centre when they meet on Tuesday.
Campaigners battling to keep Newmarket’s much-used railway foot crossing open are facing another public inquiry next year.
Newmarket's cyclists are set to benefit from an extra 50 spaces at the town's railway station as part of a push to improve cycling facilities.
Plans to make minor highways projects like 20mph zones, pedestrian crossings and double yellow lines easier to carry out have been given approval.
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’.
Residents and business owners have said they have had to put up with an increasing amount of anti-social and often criminal behaviour.
The Exning Road school had 147 Year 11 students sitting the exams, with more than half getting the equivalent of A* to C.
Mildenhall College Academy scored record results.
The wait is over and students are discovering if they have made the grade today as they collect their GCSE results.