Thomas Gainsborough School was named the Secondary School of the Year in the 2019 Suffolk Sports Awards, organised by Active Suffolk.
The deadline for donations to the food bank’s Christmas campaign is fast approaching, as the charity seeks to bring festive cheer to families in need.
During a lively debate televised on ITV on Monday, sixth form students quizzed four parliamentary candidates on their political party’s manifestos.
A wide range of attractions have been lined up to fill the Guildhall complex in Hadleigh on Saturday.
Clare staged its biggest Christmas fair on Friday and Saturday, attracting scores of visitors, topped off by the town’s Christmas lights switch-on.
Firefighters in Sudbury showcased the kind of scenarios they face on the job, as part of a wider recruitment effort by the county’s fire service.
Eighteen artists exhibited their work at a fundraising art show in Thorpe Morieux Village Hall at the weekend.
A team of staff, who lost their jobs following the collapse of a national firm, say they have renewed optimism after being employed by a new business.
Savills has begun marketing the manufacturing plant in Lower Road, Glemsford, which is set to cease production next year, affecting over 400 jobs.
Pupils at Ormiston Sudbury Academy and Thomas Gainsborough School created digital leaflets to highlight the importance of supporting local businesses.
A Halstead man, who was caught stealing thousands of pounds worth of telecommunications cable, has been sent to prison for 19 months.
Officers would like to speak to two men, who were seen near the scene of the burglary.
Our map illustrates the latest police crime data issued for West Suffolk, Mid Suffolk and Babergh.
A leisure centre in Sudbury has voiced its disappointment at the disruption to its services, after a leak caused by the theft of lead from the roof.
An appeal to install more defibrillators in Long Melford has been launched, to ensure all village residents are served in the event of an emergency.
After dropping three dress sizes at Gymophobics, Sarah Archer was inspired to launch her own business venture in Sudbury.
An announcement surrounding the sudden closure of a residential care complex in Great Cornard has left dozens of residents facing great uncertainty.
Pleas to address safety fears at a five-way junction have intensified – more than seven months after a formal request for improvements was submitted.
Changes to a controversial school transport policy in Suffolk have not been ruled out in 2020, as a study is due to be published in the New Year.
Villagers desperate to ensure the long-term future of an under-threat bus route say hardship and isolation would increase if the service is cancelled.
Changes to home-to-school transport in Suffolk have been described by the MP for South Suffolk as “unfair and unreasonable”.
The Suffolk Free Press has offered every candidate a chance to outline their pitch for your vote and what they pledge to do if elected.
The Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich and a former High Sheriff of Suffolk have paid their respects after the London Bridge attack on Friday.
Headteacher Daniel Woodrow said the aim of the school election is to teach children more about the country’s political processes and democracy.
During the workshop on Tuesday, children were tasked with challenges that explored the benefits of exercise, while boosting communication skills.