Pupils at a Newmarket primary school have helped come up with the name for their new extension which was officially opened on Monday.
The final Christmas Fair to be held in memory of Exning schoolgirl Sophie Bell, who died as the result of a brain tumour, will be held in the village on Saturday.
The owner of a Newmarket nursery has pledged he and his staff will do everything in their power to improve it in the wake of a second damning report by government inspectors.
Barely noticeable in what today is the town’s most popular venue for children and families is evidence of its former life as a successful racing stable.
A Newmarket town councillor has called on the government to stand up to what he called the ‘menace and intimidation’ perpetrated on local communities by travellers.
A council is wasting thousands of pounds by paying more than the approved mileage rate to staff who use their cars for work, according to a report.
A Newmarket racing worker has described how he tried to save the life of a groom believed to have been kicked in the head in the racecourse stables at Kempton Park on Saturday.
Newmarket is gearing for its best Christmas ever with the town's retailers and town council joining forces to put on an extravaganza of events set to get underway next month with a switch on of new and extended Christmas illuminations.
Nearly 130 pupils from Newmarket Academy took part in a week of activities linked the town’s world-famous thoroughbred racing and breeding industries and its unique history and heritage.
Detailed plans for 69 ‘extra care’ apartments for Newmarket have been submitted for planning permission.
Burwell residents are fighting yet another planning application for homes which they believe will blight village life.
Waterwitch House, which occupies a prominent site at Exeter Road’s junction with Rayes Lane, is certainly not one of Newmarket’s architectural gems.
Dubai Future Champions’ racing festival at Newmarket’s Rowley Mile this weekend will not only be celebrating the potential equine stars of the future.
A new scheme to help prevent loneliness and social isolation amongst retired racing staff was launched by Newmarket-based charity Racing Welfare this week.
The potential closure of a much used Newmarket footpath and cycle way has got residents on the warpath.
A teenager who battled testicular cancer is about to take on the second biggest challenge of his life, jumping 15,000ft out of a plane.
Two talented apprentices from Burwell and Cheveley have won awards for their outstanding performances at college and at work.
Pupils at Burwell Village College primary school are now enjoying meals prepared in a state-of-the-art kitchen built as part of the £5.5 million project to refurbish and extend the school.
Newmarket-based Racing Welfare is hoping its new association with a racing rewards scheme will be a winner for the charity.
Supermarket chain Aldi has confirmed it wants to open a new store in Newmarket creating 50 new jobs.