Halstead has staked its claim as one of the best-looking towns in East Anglia, after scooping gold at a major competition for the tenth year running.
A Sudbury man died after taking almost twice the fatal level of heroin, an inquest has heard.
PCSOs set to be cut by nearly half, with Suffolk’s police chief vowing to “remain committed” to securing redeployment for those affected.
A couple's legacy has lived on through a gift which has proved beneficial for patients with dementia.
Storehouse Foodbank in Sudbury is in desperate need of cash donations to support the running costs of its vital service.
Boxford drinks firm Konings has come under fire again from villagers and conservation groups for its latest expansion plan.
A pet goose has died after being mauled by a dog on a farm in Leavenheath.
A pub owner’s plans to build six two-bedroom houses in his inn’s back garden have been refused by planners.
Plans to turn Lavenham Tourist Information Centre into a community hub could reach fruition.
Hadleigh Co-op is seeking to deter the threat posed by ram-raiders, by applying for permission to set up bollards around its cash machines.
Dozens of shopping baskets at a supermarket in Hadleigh have been fitted with security tags – after more than 100 were stolen by shoppers.
The chief executive of the East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) is stepping down from the role.
The parents of a young girl with a rare form of epilepsy have vowed to continue their battle, after an application for medical cannabis was refused.
A woman from Great Cornard, who shed three stone in four months, says her significant weight loss has enabled her to become a more pro-active mother.
Long Melford councillors have declared ‘enough is enough’, after a road was flooded, due to a drainage issue that has affected the area for a decade.
A second person has died, following a serious collision between two vehicles in Alpheton at the end of last week.
A woman has died and two other people have been hospitalised, following a serious road traffic collision in Alpheton this morning.
Works to install a weight limit on a Lavenham street are set to miss their deadline, resulting in accusations that local concerns are being ignored.
Babergh councillors are being urged to back a campaign against modern slavery, in a new proposal by the Labour Group being put forward this month.
Suffolk County Council will have to make “some tough calls in the weeks ahead”, as it faces a budget overspend of £8.6 million.
South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge said he was honoured after being appointed as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt.
Youngsters have been exploring their new interactive outdoor facilities at Long Melford Primary School.
An online petition galvanising support to offer ICT as a GCSE subject for students at a secondary school in Sudbury is gathering steam.
Students across Suffolk celebrated meeting the challenge of the first year of tougher GCSEs in all subjects, as they collected their results today.
A mixture of relief and delight swept across the Suffolk Free Press region, as A-level results were revealed today.