A motion calling for a study into a possible multi-storey car park for Sudbury argues it could help address parking and congestion issues in the town.
A farmers’ market –resurrected in Long Melford after a three-year absence – has been hailed as a success.
A designer fashion retailer has been dealt a fresh blow, after it was targeted by burglars for the second time in three months.
The formal bidding process for the site of the major Chilton Woods development on the edge of Sudbury has at last begun.
A 50-year-old woman has been charged in connection with the attempted robbery of a convenience store in Sudbury with a knife.
Work on the long-awaited multi-million pound National Centre for Thomas Gainsborough in Sudbury finally kicked off this week.
Campaigners against major housing plans in Long Melford have questioned the accuracy of Suffolk County Council’s traffic surveys.
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Union bosses have said new measures introduced by Suffolk County Council to turn around high sickness rates will only serve to punish staff.
A 14th century landmark in Suffolk is calling on more volunteers to lend a hand, as it prepares to hold an open recruitment morning later this month.
Andrew Long explains his vision for the club and the plans that are already being put in place in an extended interview.
Clare driver to hunt for first positive result in fourth E-Prix event of race calendar
AFC Sudbury boss looks to gain momentum from Suffolk Women's Cup quarter-final tie this weekend.
Sudbury RUFC head coach Ben Scully reveals positivity is flowing through the camp ahead of the weekend's trip to Amersham & Chiltern.
Teenager Freddie King reflects on a magical day as King's Marsh rose to applaud the emergence of a new star at AFC Sudbury.
Cornard United stand 90 minutes from booking their place in a Portman Road final after one of their player-managers scored to send The Ards through.
Hadleigh United did the club proud with pushing higher-league Felixstowe & Walton United to the wire in the Suffolk Premier Cup after key league win.
Truth can be stranger than fiction. But whatever Brexit conspiracy theories you have, thriller writer David Laws is confident he has gone one better.
Anna Boon’s new business is about creating an original artwork from scratch in an evening – all while meeting new friends and socialising.
Stewart Ashfield, 25, is a care support worker at Hadleigh Nursing Home. But when he leaves his day job, Stewart performs as a singer.
Artwork depicting various forms of nature are to be showcased at Sudbury railway station.
Give and take is the secret to a long and successful marriage, according to Roy and Ruth Lock, who have celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary.
Tens of thousands flocked to Newmarket’s Moët & Chandon July Festival, for three days of fun, flat racing and fashion.