Former members and volunteers shared fond memories of their time at a youth centre in Sudbury during an event to mark a significant milestone.
A 70-year-old man has been reported missing from his home near Hadleigh, with police seeking help to trace his whereabouts.
The death of a retired maintenance carpenter from Sudbury was linked to exposure to asbestos over the course of his career, an inquest has decided.
The new rector of the Box River benefice, covering Boxford, Edwardstone, Groton, Little Waldingfield and Newton, is delighted to be on familiar turf.
A pair of charities have benefited from a donation of more than £1,000, thanks to fundraising at the annual Sudbury Memory Walk.
Babergh's leader believes the Delphi site should remain as employment land, but added the council is open to any lawful applications for the site.
A Sudbury-based networking group hopes to help new small businesses find their feet with a new scheme launching next month.
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Youngsters thought on their feet when they took part in an impromptu litter pick during a canoeing trip.
Leading silk manufacturer Vanners claims to be the first silk factory in the UK to have all its operations housed under one roof.
AFC Sudbury manager Mark Morsley is confident of a better result when they meet Felixstowe & Walton United in the FA Cup at the weekend.
Suffolk derby sees AFC Sudbury host Felixstowe in the BetVictor Isthmian League North
Blues start with a victory while Mildenhall get off the mark and Halstead go top.
Ipswich Town columnist reacts to Carabao Cup defeat
Experience forward signs for the Brettsiders.
AFC Sudbury boss outlines how he will be taking a new tougher stance in the dressing room this season and will not be using youth as an excuse.
We have learned there will be a distinct lack of visible promotion for the Isthmian League's controversial new sponsors, betting firm BetVictor.
More than £500 of artwork by local artists was sold in a successful opening weekend for a village society’s annual exhibition.
The museum dedicated to Sudbury’s most famous son is preparing to close for 18 months to allow for a major £9million regeneration project.
Suffolk Art Society is staging its annual summer exhibition in Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford.
An annual arts exhibition showcasing the work of GCSE and A-level students at Thomas Gainsborough School has been hailed a success.
Clare Priory continued its long-running celebration of local arts and crafts, as it attracted around 11,000 visitors for its annual craft fair.
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.