Journalists have moved into to a new High Street base on their patch after being based in an out-of-town office for the past five years.
Haverhill Echo reporters have been housed in an office at the Castle Manor Academy since their Queen Street headquarters were closed in August 2012.
The move is the latest in a series of office reopenings by Iliffe which has also seen the re-opening of the Bury Free Press reception, and new offices opened in King’s Lynn and Spalding.
Two reporters will work permanently from the new Haverhill office at CXG House, while Barry Peters, the group editor responsible for five Iliffe weeklies in Norfolk and Suffolk, will be based there part-time along with advertising staff.
Iliffe is currently in the process of installing Echo signage and branding at CXG House.
Ricky Allan, managing director for Iliffe Media East, said: “Iliffe Media believes in being at the heart of the community as an important investment in local news, to deliver high quality local news that is relevant, useful and entertaining that matters to the community, you must be able to interact in a personable way.
“The footfall in Bury and all other opened offices has been very encouraging and we have received a great deal of praise from local companies and readers as a result.”