Councillors have raised concerns over the increasing use of a grassed area as an informal car park.
Residents take a look back at VJ Day and those who fought ahead of its 75th anniversary this weekend.
Nearly 500 patients are waiting more than a year for appointments as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Pedestrians crossing in town are having to take their lives in their hands, according to town mayor Michael Jefferys
Newmarket’s popular memorial hall gardens play area will be open again from today.
Newmarket councillor Andy Drummond is asking Journal readers to help him get the town's recycling centre re-opened.
The captains at Newmarket golf club have hosted a week of charity events to raise funds for two local good causes.
A new recycling project is helping workers at a social enterprise print and design business keep busy while they shield at home from Covid-19.
A makeover at a village pub and restaurant during 15 weeks of coronavirus lockdown has been greeted with widespread praise.
Travellers have hit back at reports that members of their community have threatened and abused visitors to Newmarket cemetery.
A new online tracker is helping shoppers choose when they want to visit Newmarket town centre during the coronavirus pandemic.
A surgery has asked its patients for their views on plans to move to a new location.
Visitors to Newmarket cemetery are being abused and threatened when they visit the graves of their loved ones, a council was told on Monday.
Newmarket’s controversial acting town council manager left the authority on Tuesday but not before she had delivered a blistering attack.
While most people would be content to throw a party for their 70th birthday, Gil decided to take on a more testing challenge for the milestone.
Stores in Newmarket’s Craven Way, and in Hampstead Avenue, in Mildenhall, will be open from tomorrow.
Kentford steel company is set to cut its carbon footprint by more than 60,000kg a year after installing solar panels at its site.
Residents are to work with town councillors to come up with a policy aimed at the establishment of parking zones across the town.
A church community has come together to combat isolation throughout the coronavirus lockdown.
The mother of an Exning schoolgirl, who died as the result of a brain tumour when she was just 10 years old, ran every day in June.