One man, 36, was arrested in Walnut Tree Lane, while two men, 19 and 18, were arrested in Stour Street, in relation to the supply of class A drugs.
Clare Town Council has hailed the return of the market this Saturday, stating it signals that the town is back open for business.
The pub welcomed back customers on Friday, operating with a smaller team and no more than 40 people per service, alongside a range of safety measures
The counselling service has urged the community not to take mental health for granted, particularly with the stresses of the coronavirus pandemic.
A Sudbury resident, who ran a gardening business in the town for 50 years, has died at the age of 69.
As revealed in today's paper, David Webb is stepping down from the day-to-day secretary duties at AFC Sudbury – but will still have a role to play.
Work to ratify neighbourhood plans in localities across south Suffolk have faced major disruption, as attention is diverted to the ongoing pandemic.
The business, which remains dedicated to the silk weaving industry, has further reason to celebrate having recently marked its 300th anniversary.
Despite being in business for just 12 hours before closing, Double Take Hair Salon says the community's support has given them great confidence.
A number of offenders entered All Saints’ Church in Newton Green, and stole a 17th century carved wooden lectern.
The current network of cameras in the towns – 17 in Sudbury and seven in Hadleigh – were installed in 2000 and are now seen as desperately outdated.
It was reported that a man had caused damage to a van in Trinity Road, before he proceeded to threaten another man with a piece of wood.
The secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, Olive Dowden, has revealed a host of sports are set to be able to soon resume.
Sara Rollin received her supplementary prescribing qualification from the University of Suffolk, to help cut out delays in patient treatment.
Tannine Montgomery, whose daughter, Indie-Rose, 6, suffers from severe epilepsy, was joined by fellow campaigners during an annual event on Sunday.
Sudbury Town Council urged Suffolk Highways to investigate potential work on the link road, following worries about its use by unauthorised vehicles.
Suffolk Highways put the waist-high fences alongside High Street on Tuesday, to stop cars parking on the path.
More than 6,300 potholes and other highway faults were repaired in the county in March and April, compared with 5,345 in the same period last year.
Suffolk County Council says it will not pursue a relief road further – but Babergh District Council says they have not dropped interest in the scheme.
Issues like home schooling, special educational needs and school transport have prompted calls for a new council committee to drill into the issues.
Babergh District Council confirmed it is working with Suffolk Police to investigate whether the development has breached any wildlife protection laws.
The company modified its programme to an online format, with a focus on helping parents and pupils deal with the stresses of life in lockdown.
Gareth Lloyd acknowledged it is an unusual time, having moved into the leadership role earlier this month, but he is excited by the opportunity.
The school signed up to the fitness fundraiser, involving more than a dozen schools and almost 1,000 participants, in aid of NHS Charities Together.