A woman was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs in Lynn last week, during a week-long campaign.
A car and some jewellery are among the items stolen from a property in Marshland St James following a burglary last week.
Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault in Lynn on Saturday.
A partially-blind woman who had her purse stolen in a Lynn store is speaking out over her thief’s “disgusting and deplorable” actions.
Concerns have been raised over the strain on the borough’s dental services after it has been revealed a practice is set to close next month.
A Paralympic powerlifter is coming to Lynn to help raise awareness of research into Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).
Gaywood Library invited youngsters to an arts and crafts session on Sunday, as part of a celebration of Fun Palaces.
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A graduate has combined her knowledge of human personality and behaviour to develop a mental health gift box company.
Swimmers are being encouraged to dive into a new charity event which is being staged by a Lynn community group.
The King's Lynn Stars have booked flying Finnish ace Tero Aarnio to race at reserve in both legs of the Knockout Cup Final with Somerset this week.
King’s Lynn-born George Russell has described the opportunity to race in F1 for Williams next season as a 'huge honour'.
King's Lynn Town midfielder Ryan Jarvis is confident the range of talents at the club can help them climb the Southern League Central table.
Toothless King's Lynn Town failed to break down Stratford in a dull goalless draw at The Walks on Saturday.
High-tempo West Norfolk climb up table
A youth football team has a brand new kit thanks to the support of a leading supplier and installer of fitted bathrooms and kitchens in Lynn.
New King’s Lynn Town signings Adam Marriott and Chris Henderson could both make their league debuts tomorrow when the Linnets host Stratford Town.
Weird and wonderful at the Theatre Royal
Musical director Phillip Hesketh will conduct pieces carefully considered to balance the day, both with respect and hope for the future.
There’s a simply scrumptious event at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse from 10am-5pm on Sunday.
The Hoste in Burnham Market has two events to tempt you out this month.
His first tour-de-force was such a smash-hit, sell-out, success that Madness frontman Suggs is on the road again.
I wrote recently about how I ended up at a church service in All Saints at Blackheath.
The thing is, that if you perform a task tolerably competently, you are asked to do it again, and so it was that we travelled to Blackheath...
The year 1900 saw ‘Father’ Henry Willis, England’s foremost Victorian organ builder, instal his last organ.
Companions of Park House raise £3,400
How is new eatery faring? We take a look