Frustrated residents who have been fined for parking outside their homes are calling on a council to introduce parking zones in Newmarket.
Kentford’s world-renowned Animal Heath Trust is proposing to close its small animal and equine referral clinics in a bid to secure its future.
Maureen Brittain, wife of former Newmarket trainer Clive, has died aged 87.
Angry Newmarket town councillors have called for a re-think on the reintroduction of parking charges in the town.
Work got under way on Monday on Newmarket’s new skate park on the George Lambton playing field.
Friends gathered to remember and celebrate the life Derby winning lad, Michael Curran, who was found dead in Exning last month.
Plans which could finally see the renovation of a yard whose derelict state has blighted the entrance to the town for decades have been welcomed.
Hours of unbroken sunshine throughout April and May has seen the cash rolling in for a council.
Former Exning trainer Bill Holden died last month having been re-united with the son and daughter he had never known.
Car parking charges will be re-instated in Newmarket’s council car parks from Monday.
Jean Parton, the former head of Newmarket Hospital’s maternity unit, has died at the age of 88.
Newmarket High Street could have a follow-the-arrows system for shoppers similar to that being used in supermarkets.
A plan which could see the renovation of Newmarket eyesore Queensbury Lodge and the building of new town centre homes, has been unveiled.
Employees of Sheikh Mohammed’s Godolphin racing organisation are doing their bit to raise money for local Covid-19 charities.
The £8 million project to renovate Newmarket’s iconic Rutland Arms Hotel is now well under way as these stunning aerial shots show.
If you spotted Sonic the Hedgehog pounding the pavements of Newmarket recently then you weren’t dreaming.
The Newmarket Festival Covid 19 Fund has paid for 21 laptops for students struggling to access work set by their school Newmarket Academy.
A glass pane fell from the main grandstand at Newmarket, shattering on the empty seats below as horse racing returned to the Rowley Mile.
Newmarket’s Citizens’ Advice Bureau is set to get new offices in nearby Foley House, which is going to be refurbished.
Magistrates have been told how a 13-year-old boy terrorised residents of Soham with a spree of offending.