A care home has bounced back with a strong CQC report under new management, less than two years after closing due to going into special measures.
Tudor Primary School in Sudbury described a pair of concerts held for parents by pupils last week as a huge success.
Thousands of visitors are expected to descend on Sudbury when Party in the Park returns to the town this weekend.
Almost £1m could be invested into major projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh, as Suffolk looks to retain extra business rate money under a new scheme.
Faced with the possibility of closing, the future of Lavenham’s Tourist Information Centre appears brighter, as community hub proposals move forward.
The leisure trust in charge of facilities in Sudbury and Hadleigh will merger with another Suffolk-based trust, after proposals were granted approval.
A Sudbury-based psychotherapist revealed how she overcame an abusive upbringing to achieve success, in a special talk to inspire local students.
A man suffered head injuries when he was assaulted at a club in Sudbury at the weekend.
A care home resident in Great Cornard celebrated his 103rd birthday with four generations of family earlier this month.
A charity, which provides a vital lifeline for families struggling with the cost of having a baby, has been awarded a grant to help secure its future.
Billericay Town's treble-winning captain Matt Paine would provide a 'big boost' to Mark Morsley's promotion plans at AFC Sudbury.
Former Mildenhall playmaker agrees terms on a deal at Ram Meadow.
Adam Mansfield feels last-over wicket was the least the Talbots' display deserved at Copdock & Old Ipswichian.
Ryan Lines has announced he has left his position as joint manager at Thurlow Nunn League First Division North side Cornard United.
Former Mildenhall, Ely and Haverhill winger agrees a move to newly-promoted Lakenheath.
Friends and family of 'great clubman' Tony Simpson are set to come together to honour his memory after his shock passing at Tuesday's home friendly.
Midfielder heads for the exit door as new goalkeeper signs on the dotted line.
Fifty professional artists and artisan crafters showcased their work in St Peter’s in Sudbury last week.
Great music and great weather made this year’s Bures Music Festival one to remember.
Sudbury social enterprise The Bridge Project has secured a £10,000 grant to expand the arts and activities side of its business.
Tens of thousands flocked to Newmarket’s Moët & Chandon July Festival, for three days of fun, flat racing and fashion.