More than 100 screws were scattered near a golf course in Great Cornard, in what owners believe is the latest in a series of intentional incidents.
Thomas Gainsborough School has been awarded the highest accolade by the Arts Council of England.
A public consultation on parking arrangements in Cross Street in Sudbury is in the pipeline, as authorities consider how to tackle pollution issues.
A man attempted to rob a filling station in Sudbury this week, resulting in a police appeal for information.
Hadleigh firm marks 50 years trading in the town
The memory of Lee Dunford, who lost his life to cancer, will live on in Long Melford, thanks to the installation of park fixtures dedicated to him.
After losing her husband, the companionship from a specialised support group proved a lifesaver for Eileen Gore.
Claire Brooks has joined Sudbury-based independent storage company Clarks Archive Storage, known as CAS.
Family-owned pub business Stuart Inns, which owns an award-winning Long Melford restaurant, has been sold having gone into liquidation.
Dog owners have been warned to keep their pets under control, after a young child was knocked over in Sudbury.
A man has been arrested and released under investigation, in connection with an incident involving a knife in Cavendish this week.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of burglary and a series of drug offences in Sudbury.
Work starts on Kingfisher Leisure Centre refurbishment in Sudbury
The MP for South Suffolk raised concerns over the lack of research into medicinal cannabis, after meeting the doctor of a little girl with epilepsy.
A new chief executive of Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has been appointed.
Calls for safety improvements at a busy junction in Long Melfordhave intensified, after a pedestrian was hospitalised following a serious collision.
A road safety survey in Hadleigh has led to increased calls for Suffolk Highways to take action, before a serious accident occurs.
A council’s plan to remove bus pass eligibility on a public transport service could increase isolation, according to an opposition councillor.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said there were 'no immediate plans' to close RAF Wattisham when he met personnel there today.
A sports club has expressed concern over the “catastrophic” impact a major redevelopment on a neighbouring site could have.
A school reunion landmark is being hosted in Sudbury for former students turning 80 this year.
Scenarios to teach youngsters about dealing with bullies, fire safety, first aid and other situations were brought to life in Sudbury this week.
Senior officers across Suffolk’s ailing special educational needs service are to be held to account for its failings, it has emerged.