The discovery of a photograph set Ruth Badley on a quest to find out more about her grandmother, Rose, who died before she was born.
A student and mother-of-two has been forced to use all her savings as a result of changes to the benefits system.
Staff and pupils alike have been celebrating after achieving master class status as part of the Accelerated Reader Programme.
A defibrillator has been installed at a car park in Sudbury, thanks to the combined efforts of sports and leisure groups.
Youngsters have received boxes of sports equipment to promote health and fitness.
Plans to turn a factory into residential homes has united opponents, who are determined to see the Sudbury site retained for industrial use.
After taking up an offer to run a second cafe, The Bridge Project is now cooking 270 meals a week, extending the service to cover weekends.
A hair salon has unveiled a new look after undergoing a major revamp.
The closure of a former post office drew heavy criticism from villagers and councillors in Glemsford keen to see the service restored.
A Sudbury brewery, which first established its brand in the town more than 200 years ago, has been acquired by an agricultural business.
Businesses have been targeted by burglars in Long Melford, prompting an appeal for information.
An appeal for witnesses has been launched, following a serious assault.
A keyboard piano was stolen following a house burglary in a Suffolk village, with police appealing for witnesses or information about the theft.
A manager of a pub has expressed her disbelief after donations in aid of a cancer charity close to her heart were stolen.
After being warned by her doctor that she was at high risk of developing diabetes, Hannah Squirrell was determined to shed the pounds.
A mother-of-three, who has been dealing with a brain tumour for 10 years, hopes to raise awareness for the nationwide battle against the cancer.
Parent campaigners against controversial changes to school transport have vowed to keep up the pressure on under-fire education chiefs.
Cuts to a key bus service to and from Sudbury have been described as discriminatory to elderly passengers who may face new charges due to the changes.
It is less than two weeks before the new school year begins.
A rural bus service facing the axe due to funding cuts has been temporarily saved to allow time to develop alternatives for the community it serves.
John Ward discusses Borehamgate, Delphi, traffic issues and the Local Plan.
Claims by two Suffolk councils that they now have a five-year housing land supply have been described as “too little, too late”.
A fresh vision for a Suffolk market town is to be drawn up, as the district council aim to help develop their culture, business and economy.
An education provider, designed to help those who have “fallen through the cracks”, has urged more young people around Sudbury to try the scheme out.