A woman from Clare who suffers from multiple sclerosis is raising awareness of the lifelong condition after losing her disability allowance.
The director of a new property services firm in Sudbury hopes her early success within the town will spur on future growth in the surrounding area.
Politics students from Great Cornard received first-hand insight into the workings of the House of Lords when they welcomed a peer to their school.
The council voted in favour of school transport cuts, which will be phased in from September 2019.
Lamarsh will celebrate the official grand re-opening of the Lion pub this weekend, after a two-year campaign to restore it under community ownership.
Babergh district councillors have approved a proposal to increase their basic allowance by 25 per cent – despite strong criticism from some quarters.
There was something for all the family to enjoy at a three-day festival in Clare over the weekend.
Plans to expand a factory near Boxford to almost four times its current size have been axed – a decision opponents called a victory for common sense.
Suffolk Police are appealing for witnesses following a series of thefts of tools from vans across the county this month.
The MP for South Suffolk says more constituents feel they are living in more violent times, following a recent rise in serious crime in the county.
The owner of a children’s soft play centre in Sudbury has been left devastated after the business was targeted by burglars.
A man in his 50s sustained a broken nose after he was assaulted in Sudbury, prompting a call for witnesses to come forward.
A run in the park to mark the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service attracted 121 people on Saturday.
A Sudbury counselling service is expanding its reach in the region, after opening another facility in Essex.
A Cornard man with a debilitating neurological condition hopes success in upcoming fundraising runs will show people they can overcome any adversity.
The council's decision will now be reviewed by the monitoring officer
An opposition councillor has suggested Suffolk County Council could be trying to mislead residents over the solutions to traffic issues in Sudbury.
A council has recommended that school transport cuts in Suffolk be implemented over a phased period, starting in September next year.
More than 170 actors dressed as cooks, servants, spinners, weavers and bakers took part in a Tudor midsummer event at Kentwell Hall at the weekend.