There will be 11 fewer councillors to represent voters in Babergh from next year, if a boundary re-organisation gets the go-ahead.
A public swimming pool in Sudbury has been temporarily closed, due to what the pool management has described as an "accidental pooping" incident.
A man from Sudbury is dedicating an upcoming comedy night in memory of his parents.
Suffolk County Council has agreed terms with a bus company to save a service, which travels to and from Clare, from being scrapped.
A couple, who left their jobs and toured the UK looking for the right hotel and pub to run, have settled on The Bell in Clare.
Stardom beckons for a schoolgirl from Sudbury, after landing her first record deal at just 13.
Villagers in Glemsford have been deprived of a post office for several weeks, after it closed temporarily.
A schoolgirl from Acton is set to sacrifice her locks next week, in support of a children’s cancer charity.
Hartest resident Ian Simpson is expecting to find out if he can get custody of his two Chinese grandchildren next month.
Lindsey Rose owners Sophie and Charlie Buckle celebrated just over a year since taking over the village pub with a beer festival.
Sudbury player set to turn out for county in absence of duo.
It was an action-packed afternoon of football for our sides as the Bostik and Southern Leagues got their seasons under way, as did the FA Cup.
Ipswich Town fan Joey Sadler gives his views on a busy transfer week at Portman Road.
In episode 2 the team previews the seasons for Needham Market, AFC Sudbury, Bury Town, Mildenhall Town and Soham Town Rangers.
Returning player Jordan Blackwell believes the current crop at AFC Sudbury are good enough to help him claim another Isthmian League title.
Long Melford travel to Redbridge in the Emirates FA Cup this weekend looking to turn the tide of costly missed chances.
Shane Wardley wants to see his Hadleigh side pick up where they left off at the Millfield in Saturday's FA Cup clash.
One of the biggest events on Sudbury’s calendar is set to go ahead, after organisers scrambled to revise the parade route due to major road works.
A collection of botanical paintings paying homage to artist Cedric Morris has won a prestigious award.
Bures was rocking to the sound of music on Saturday afternoon.
Tens of thousands flocked to Newmarket’s Moët & Chandon July Festival, for three days of fun, flat racing and fashion.