A Suffolk council, which has had to make belt-tightening cutbacks, ended the last financial year having overspent by £4.4 million.
A man was arrested, following an incident in which a woman was followed around Sudbury.
A Halstead barber has channelled the heartbreak of losing his father to suicide through a support network for those suffering with mental illness.
Villagers battling to block partially-built homes in Bures fear ‘a legacy of harm’ would be left behind if planners approve the development.
Revised plans to build two houses and garages on a horse paddock at Kersey Mill have been opposed by the parish council.
The newly-elected chairman of Babergh District Council has pledged to support a dementia charity during her 12 months in the role.
A family-run hotel and leisure business near Boxford has scooped a prestigious national award.
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Former Olympian Julie Bradbury taught youngsters key badminton skills during a trip to Wells Hall Primary School in Great Cornard this week.
Sudbury town centre is set to showcase a variety of creative work crafted by art students at Thomas Gainsborough School.
Luis Tibbles and Kyran Clements decide to depart the Blues.
Tom Bullard and Joe Jefford have been unveiled as Stowmarket Town players after dropping down two leagues, having been stalwarts of Leiston's defence.
Stowmarket Town have pulled off a transfer coup with the addition of former Ipswich Town professional Jack Ainsley from higher-league Felixstowe.
Haverhill Rovers have brought in released Colchester United defender Kieran Michaels while Ely have signed Cambridge City's Adam Capel permanently.
Bostik League North club also re-sign Lloyd Groves as player-coach and Matt Allan returns
Bury Town's preparations ahead of the new season have been boosted by Ryan Horne committing to a new deal while the club have announced 11 friendlies.
More than 200 athletes took part in TRISudbury's successful fourth Sudbury Triathlon at Great Cornard - find out who took top honours in each section.
Visitors will be given a rare insight into the creative processes involved in crafting an extensive range of original artwork during a two-day event.
A Suffolk theatre has been chosen to host a charity-benefitting play about the legacy Sir Bobby Robson left on the 10th anniversary of his passing.
LeeStock cemented itself as one of Suffolk’s premier annual music events, as thousands made the trip to Long Melford over the weekend.
Visitors to St Peter’s got a taste of the high-quality work produced by members of Sudbury’s Gainsborough’s House Printmakers Workshop this week.
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.