Thieves stole a safe containing the entire week’s takings, along with charity donations.
Campaigners have been touched by the generosity of donors who have pledged their support to the project.
A memory tree – where people can display ornaments with messages to their deceased loved ones – is being installed in the town centre this year.
Vandals have been condemned for their mindless actions after a community park was targeted.
The centre is urging customers to continue supporting the business to ensure it remains viable in the future.
Libraries across the county hosted their own unique event and, in Long Melford, organisers hit upon a seasonal topic by holding an apple day.
A council has been forced to backtrack on an attempt to change its name in the face of a fierce backlash from taxpayers.
An independent travel firm believes the travel agency sector can continue to thrive going forward, as it looks to hire ex-Thomas Cook employees.
Police are currently investigating 19 instances of theft from a motor vehicle.
Thieves targeted vehicles in towns and villages across the area during a crime spree that saw 40 break-ins reported.
The schools set to benefit include Thomas Gainsborough School, Wells Hall Primary School, Woodhall Primary School, and Glemsford Primary Academy.
The friends from Sudbury and Great Cornard have put together two sell-out shows at the town’s rugby club on November 14 and 15.
A public meeting is being held at Sudbury Town Hall this month, to raise awareness for the campaign to install more 24/7 defibrillators around town.
Concerns over bus cuts has prompted a Sudbury town and county councillor to urge a bus company to reconsider changes to its transport service.
The Suffolk School Bus Campaign claims data released under the Freedom of Information Act contradicts the county council’s previous statements.
Stressed parents have called for a review of Suffolk’s school transport policy, after describing their anxiety over the first few weeks of term.
Parent campaigners against controversial changes to school transport have vowed to keep up the pressure on under-fire education chiefs.
The environmental group published a climate change league table of each local authority in England and Wales, which ranked Babergh in the bottom half.
Adam Outerbridge decided he wanted to get his ideas for a fantasy story down on paper. One year later, his ambitions have been realised.
Students in Sible Hedingham carefully negotiated their way around a series of driving scenarios as part of an intensive road safety course.