Urgent work is to be carried out on a belt of trees after one crashed to the ground in last week's high winds narrowly missing homes.
A new £150,000 skate park will be up and running by the end of the month marking a triumph for the teenagers who led the project.
The funeral service for a former newsagent will be held at the church which he could see from his shop window for most of his working life.
A luxury four-star hotel has re-opened its restaurant, bar and terrace for business following months in lockdown.
Parishioners will be saying farewell to their assistant curate at the end of the month as he is set to start a new role as priest-in-charge.
The ordeal suffered by British prisoners-of-war aboard the Japanese troopship Lisbon Maru in 1942 is a little-known story of cruelty and courage.
The nine-year-old son of endurance athlete Ben Blowes looks set to follow in his father’s footsteps after completing a virtual marathon.
A council has been accused of preventing public discussion of plans for a new station which, it's claimed, could cause a risk of flooding.
A Newmarket woman found more than she bargained for when she went into her late grandfather’s garage in search of a drill.
The founder of what may have been the first online Neighbourhood Watch in the UK is celebrating its tenth anniversary today.
A schoolboy from Kennett has joined the London Marathon 2.6 challenge which aims to raise money for the many charities which lost out on millions.
With deaths from coronavirus in care homes nationally set to exceed those in hospitals, residents in local homes have so far escaped the disease.
The Animal Health Trust has been overwhelmed by offers of donations since it announced that it was on the brink of closure.
Ella Fisher, 12, and brother Cameron, 10, wanted to say thank you to people who have worked round the clock to treat those affected by the disease.
A Newmarket runner who planned to compete in the London Marathon dressed as a star has instead become the star of his own live show on Facebook.
Pupils at a village school are not achieving because staff lack knowledge of the subjects they teach, Ofsted inspectors have reported.
A Newmarket mother whose baby son was stillborn a year ago has marked his birthday by raising funds for a baby loss counselling charity.
A group of volunteers in Wickhambroook is doing its best to help older and more vulnerable people in the village cope during the current crisis
In villages around Newmarket, residents and parish councils are already working on measures to help their more vulnerable residents.
To have a test at the new drive-through, patients must be referred by the telephone service NHS 111.