The organisers of a festive fair in Lavenham are calling on the community’s support to help secure the future of the town’s annual event.
A road safety survey in Hadleigh has led to increased calls for Suffolk Highways to take action, before a serious accident occurs.
A council’s plan to remove bus pass eligibility on a public transport service could increase isolation, according to an opposition councillor.
A body of a woman was found in Hadleigh yesterday, with police currently treating her death as unexplained.
Suffolk’s pothole blight was described as a “poor advert for our county” as figures show the county spends the least on pothole fixes in East Anglia.
Residents of the Sudbury area have been invited to donate household items which they no longer want, for a give-or-take morning later this month.
A campaign fighting controversial housing plans in Long Melford has raised more than £20,000 towards an upcoming planning inquiry.
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The Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) has announced the departure of its chief executive Antek Lejk.
A renowned illustrator joined youngsters in Acton for a special drawing session earlier this month, in celebration of World Book Day.
All four of AFC Sudbury's EJA teams won their semi-finals at Haverhill Rovers FC to ensure the club will be contesting six county cup finals.
Ex-Haverhill Rovers manager Marc Abbott has returned to his former club to bring Ben Bradley to St Neots Town.
Bourne cycling event is still on track for end of August
Soham almost safe in Bostik North while Mildenhall woes deepen and Stowmarket make it three in a row
Tractors Boys have been made to pay for absence of clinical touch.
Sudbury are set to return to action in a home game on Saturday that could all but confirm their survival in London 1 North for 2019/20.
Cornard United joint player-manager Michael Schofield gives has his say on the FA being set to introduce sin bins into their league next season.
Before teenage singer Molly Marshall began treatment for cancer around her vocal chords, she was told she might never be able to sing again.
A 16-year-old musician has won the chance to record some tracks and boost her fanbase after her band triumphed in this year’s BurySOUND competition.
Arts and crafts are captivating people’s interest – and now a business, which started in Sudbury 18 months ago, is expanding to cope with demand.
An author from Cavendish has explored the love affair between a French artist and his mistress in her latest novel.
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.