Spectators could be charged to attend an annual fireworks display in Sudbury under plans to shake-up how it is run.
Sudbury could host its first gay pride event to champion the diversity of the town’s community.
The owner of an iconic tea room in Lavenham has hit out at a zero rating for food standards after a visit by inspectors.
Schoolgirl Annabel Mudge, 16, has achieved a perfect attendance record at Thomas Gainsborough School, never missing a day over five years.
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The people of Clare took the chance to see inside the new-look Old Goods Shed at Clare Castle Country Park on Saturday.
A major refurbishment of a Hadleigh leisure facility, including the installation of a new swimming pool, will get under way this month.
Sudbury department store Winch & Blatch has announced it is preparing to sell two of its four sites in the town, blaming reduced sales and footfall.
A Sudbury company, which specialises in weather monitoring, has been awarded a Suffolk Carbon Charter silver award for its carbon reduction efforts.
A vulnerable woman aged in her 90s fell victim to a distraction burglary in Great Cornard, after she was deceived at her home by a cold caller.
Another illegal travel encampment has appeared in Sudbury, with local authorities confirming they are working to resolve the situation.
Rising demand for drugs in Suffolk and improved roadside testing are behind increased drug-driving arrests in the county, police bosses have said.
A Long Melford resident has warned others to be wary of postcode lottery scams, after identifying a letter stating she had won £900,000 as fraudulent.
Staff at a medical practice in Sudbury raced through the mud in a cancer charity fundraiser at the weekend, raising more than £2,000 in the process.
A Sudbury resident has pledged to pay for four sets of live-saving equipment, in the hope that others will follow suit for the community’s benefit.
A community scheme in Hadleigh, aimed at helping people with dementia to stay active, has earned national recognition.
A concerned parent fears a fatality could occur if children are forced to walk to school, following changes to Suffolk's school transport policy.
Plans to cut subsidies for 23 buses in Suffolk have been scrutinised by an MP, who suggests residents of remote areas are disproportionately impacted.
A new campaign against incoming changes to Suffolk’s school transport policy says it is not too late for the county council to reverse course.
Twenty-three Suffolk bus services are under threat, after a council announced it was axing its subsidy to those routes in cost-cutting measures.
Key interventions before and during the planning inquiry into controversial housing proposals for Long Melford have been lauded by the parish council.
Nearly 5,000 homes which have planning permission in Babergh have yet to be built, it has emerged.
Youngsters have been testing their mettle in a week-long sports programme designed to promote fitness and tackle childhood obesity.
Dressed in yellow salopettes and jackets, these children from St Andrew’s Primary School in Bulmer had a great time when they ventured into the woods.