A long-standing textiles manufacturer in Sudbury intends to invest significantly in new jobs and infrastructure in the year ahead.
An Army veteran stopped off in Sudbury en route of an ambitious 268-mile run in aid of charity.
An elderly man, who was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after a car collided with a building last week, has been released without charge.
A campaign to improve accessibility on a busy rail line from Sudbury is gathering steam, after MPs joined rail bosses to support a major funding bid.
Sudbury is ready for one of its biggest events of the year, when the annual Carnival arrives on Sunday.
A mixture of relief and delight swept across the Suffolk Free Press region, as A-level results were revealed today.
With its usual carnival in limbo, Lavenham was determined to make the most of the summer - so it brought out the crowds for its first family fun day.
There will be 11 fewer councillors to represent voters in Babergh from next year, if a boundary re-organisation gets the go-ahead.
A public swimming pool in Sudbury has been temporarily closed, due to what the pool management has described as an "accidental pooping" incident.
A man from Sudbury is dedicating an upcoming comedy night in memory of his parents.
Late drama saw Soham Town Rangers and Halstead Town claim more than they looked like getting while it led to a bitter defeat for AFC Sudbury.
Soham's 'Great Escape' hero Lloyd Groves re-signs for the Bostik League North Divsion club on dual registration terms.
After finishing as a runner-up in the Home Internationals, Lily May Humphreys is targeting success at the English Women's Open.
AFC Sudbury to provide race HQ for Cycle Club Sudbury's big event this weekend.
Long Melford and Hadleigh United sealed their progress in the FA Cup on Saturday.
In episode 3 of our Non-League Natter football podcast the team discuss how our sides fayred in the FA Cup and focus on the opening week at Step3&4.
AFC Sudbury's academy boys send out a message that they are ready to thrive in the first-team, backing up their manager's confidence in them.
Stardom beckons for a schoolgirl from Sudbury, after landing her first record deal at just 13.
One of the biggest events on Sudbury’s calendar is set to go ahead, after organisers scrambled to revise the parade route due to major road works.
A collection of botanical paintings paying homage to artist Cedric Morris has won a prestigious award.
Tens of thousands flocked to Newmarket’s Moët & Chandon July Festival, for three days of fun, flat racing and fashion.