Looking to help communities using modern technology, Simon Herbert set about finding the location of every public access defibrillator in the region.
Stewart Ashfield, 25, is a care support worker at Hadleigh Nursing Home. But when he leaves his day job, Stewart performs as a singer.
Babergh is set to face a further four years of tax rises – as the district braces itself for the “most difficult time financially” it has ever seen.
A man, who falsely claimed to be a police officer, demanded money from an elderly woman at a home in Lavenham.
A teenage girl from Great Waldingfield, who was reported missing earlier this week, has been located.
An experimental vehicle restriction has been installed on a narrow lane in Lavenham, in the hope of addressing residents’ long-standing concerns.
Artwork depicting various forms of nature are to be showcased at Sudbury railway station.
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A campaign against controversial housing plans will lead villagers through Long Melford on Sunday to raise awareness for an upcoming planning inquiry.
Hundreds of jobs are at risk of being axed, after one of south Suffolk's largest employers confirmed it will close its factory in Glemsford.
Bury Town boss reflects on Suffolk derby win while AFC Sudbury stage comeback, Stowmarket win at Walsham and Diss and Harleston rack up big wins.
Billy Moulton-Day will not be part of Sudbury Cricket Club's attempt to land a third straight EAPL title.
Long Melford manager is not overly concerned about his side's distance from the relegation zone in the Thurlow Nunn League.
Andy Crisp is not ruling out taking the Hadleigh United job on a permanent basis.
AFC Sudbury manager admits he sees gap to top five for the play-offs a bridge too far this season.
AFC Sudbury manager Mark Morsley felt the 3-0 scoreline at leaders Bowers & Pitsea flattered the hosts.
Ben Scully’s Sudbury side secure a convincing 23-5 winner at Luton in key London 1 North clash.
Isabel Ford first stepped on to a stage at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds aged 10 as a pageboy in a Shakespeare play.
The organiser of an annual Christmas tree festival staged in Sudbury has hailed the event a success, after raising £4,500 for good causes.
There can be few people – if any – who know as much about Thomas Gainsborough as art historian Hugh Belsey.
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.