The Babergh Tories have formed a new coalition to retain a slim district council majority - a situation which the opposition has called “a shambles”.
Not to be outdone by the royal wedding at, the 179th Hadleigh Show attracted enormous crowds for a quintessentially British event.
Boxford residents, who campaigned to keep their village postman, have voiced their frustration after failing to convince Royal Mail to change course.
A blaze which scorched a tree in Sudbury this month has prompted claims that people are not treating natural spaces in the local area with respect.
Tributes have poured in for a veteran Suffolk cyclist, who has been hailed as an inspirational figure, after he died in a traffic collision last week.
A task force examining the future of a Sudbury factory has confirmed it is looking for potential buyers to take on the site “lock, stock and barrel”.
An Elmsett family put on a fundraising event at their village hall and ended up raising thousands of pounds for charity.
The date of a public inquiry regarding a planning appeal relating to 20 new homes at Goodlands Farm, off Daking Avenue in Boxford, has been announced.
A woman from Sudbury has found her calling after quitting her job as a cashier to launch her own business.
The home of a businessman, who was shot in the leg during an armed robbery two years ago, has gone on the market in Sible Hedingham for £1.95 million.
Thetford Town defender Nathan Clarke will start next season with fellow Premier Division side Newmarket Town.
Hadleigh United will be playing Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division football next season, subject to any successful appeal.
TriSudbury athletes were out in force at the weekend.
Ex-England boss Kevin Keegan was impressed by AFC Sudbury's first Sporting Dinner
Halstead get the better of reigning champions on home soil.
Former England manager Kevin Keegan was impressed during his visit to AFC Sudbury
Sudbury's overseas signing enjoying life in the EAPL
Second ever west Suffolk sports awards launched
Shoppers got into the festive spirit at Hartest’s winter Christmas market at the weekend.
Enchanted youngsters have been honing their magic skills at the school of sorcery at Kentwell Hall this week.
What an amusing and entertaining this blood thirsty number turned out to be. As the plot thickens the short, sharp comic lines escalate. Despite the small house the audience acknowledged this wit with plenty of chuckles.
Schools were encouraged to make the most of their land by growing food to help the war effort.
Sworders is staging a valuation day at the Guildhall, Hadleigh, featuring David Battie from the Antiques Roadshow.
A date has been set for the third annual Taste of Sudbury food and drink festival, which celebrates the town’s local producers.