A dedicated memorial will be unveiled beside the control tower in May to coincide with the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
Concerned about the level of vacant units in the high street, Keith Grinsted is urging the community to play an active role to help stem the problem.
Town councillor Jenny Antill branded plans to significantly reduce funding for the Sudbury Advice Centre as “disgraceful”.
Established in 1860, Ruse & Son, which closed down on Friday, had been passed down through five generations of the same family.
After capturing a glimpse of herself in a photograph, Sam Higgs was determined to shed the pounds.
The Fire Bells Are Ringing provides an insight into John Middleditch’s time at Sudbury Fire Station, which he joined in a part-time position in 1967.
The daughter of a former teacher, who taught dozens of pupils in Sudbury and Lavenham during an extensive career, has paid tribute to her father.
The family-owned business has cited tough trading conditions, alongside competition from online retailers, in its decision to close.
Having lost his job at Thomas Cook in Bury St Edmunds, Matt Shave expressed his delight after securing a position at a new travel business in Sudbury.
Having run a support service at Sudbury Baptist Church for several years, Tim and Joy Ayrton decided to expand their outreach by launching Number 72.
Established in 1989, the business was originally run out of a small retail unit in North Street Parade.
Hosted by Sudbury Municipal Charities at the town hall, 27 elderly men were presented with a £45 voucher for winter clothing at a special ceremony.
The charity in North Street was chosen as the winner after recreating a scene from the renowned Charles Dickens tale A Christmas Carol.
The facility has been unveiled by Babergh District Council as part of an ambitious scheme to encourage people to keep fit in the community.
The intruders broke into a business unit based on a farm in Middleton, which is leased by Bateman & Brown Tree Surgery.
Father Christmas has ditched his sleigh and joined visitors on a festive-themed river cruise in Sudbury.
The pre-school children performed to 120 family members and friends at Our Lady and Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church.
Members of the community soaked up the festive spirit during an annual Christmas-themed event hosted in Sudbury.
Members of Sudbury Community Hub joined children at Anglia Sunshine Nurseries to help create a range of festive greeting cards and designs.
Staged in St John’s Methodist Church Hall, where The Playbox hosts its weekly sessions, children performed their own interpretation of the nativity.