Residents are urged to fill up a bag of their unwanted possessions and bring them to the firm’s branch at the Borehamgate Precinct in King Street.
The bus company is planning changes to services such as the 754, 753, 374, 236 and 84, as well as school routes, and has asked for comments by Monday.
A public meeting takes place next month to mark the scheme's launch, in the wake of several burglaries, including a break-in at Nethergate Brewery.
The council’s cabinet on Thursday agreed the first draft of the budget, which must now go to full council next month.
The fundraising efforts of two community choirs have helped Assington’s plans to deliver a new children’s play area move a step closer to fruition.
A black Audi A5 S was stolen from a property in Blunden Close on Sunday afternoon.
The goal of the project is to preserve eight unique windows at the Holy Trinity Church that survived the vandalism of the Reformation and Civil War.
Users of the Kingfisher Leisure Centre in Station Road have begun making use of the new exercise studio and health and fitness changing room.
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.
The suspects knocked on the front door of a property in Blackfriars on Tuesday, before forcing entry inside when the victim opened the door.
The man approached the woman as she was waiting to pull out of a car park in Friars Street, blocked her vehicle, and started to shout and swear.
Residents have criticised a decision to reduce the opening hours of a doctors’ surgery in Clare from next month.
It follows claims that scans for patients with aneurysms were deleted after 90 days and the hospital email system did not alert doctors to check them.
The old diesel train stock on the Gainsborough Line has been replaced with new, longer, three-carriage trains, powered by diesel and electricity.
Public satisfaction with Suffolk’s roads has improved in the last year but nearly two thirds of motorists are still not happy, new figures show.
A Long Melford councillor criticised the financial obstacles preventing improvements at the junction of Westgate Street, The Green and Church Walk.
Despite the recommendations from the task force’s report, the county council has failed to commit to more funding.
Town councillor Jenny Antill branded plans to significantly reduce funding for the Sudbury Advice Centre as “disgraceful”.
Staff, students and the school community were left delighted by the recent report, which included an outstanding rating for personal development.
Year 9 students at Thomas Gainsborough School were praised for working with partners on the development of the Sudbury Silk Stories project.
West Suffolk College's learning centre in Sudbury staged a leaving party on Monday afternoon, to give a big send-off to 83-year-old Hazel Fisher.
Youngsters welcomed visitors to join in the festivities at their own Christmas fair.