Savills has begun marketing the manufacturing plant in Lower Road, Glemsford, which is set to cease production next year, affecting over 400 jobs.
Pupils at Ormiston Sudbury Academy and Thomas Gainsborough School created digital leaflets to highlight the importance of supporting local businesses.
Five miles of tough terrain have been conquered by a team from a joinery business in Acton, resulting in more than £2,000 being raised for charity.
More than 60 businesses are taking part in this year’s competition, which is returning today to mark its 12th year in the town.
Plans to convert a vacant shop in Long Melford into a home have met opposition from the local parish council.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is contacting all candidates across the county, asking what they will do to address the issues local firms are facing.
A leisure centre in Sudbury has voiced its disappointment at the disruption to its services, after a leak caused by the theft of lead from the roof.
The venue is set to launch in the Borehamgate precinct at the end of November, at the site formerly occupied by Thing-Me-Bobs.
People are being encouraged to support traders in Long Melford this weekend when the village hosts an inaugural Christmas-themed event.
In 1989, at the age of 21, Des Webb established Fatal Attraction Hair Design in North Street Parade.
Greetings card shop Clintons is the latest prominent high street name to find itself in talks, in an effort to avoid collapse.
An application by Caffiene Lounge Ltd to convert the former Thing-Me-Bobs store into an e-sports venue has received planning permission.
After dropping three dress sizes at Gymophobics, Sarah Archer was inspired to launch her own business venture in Sudbury.
A town official has warned that complacency is not an option if Sudbury is to continue thriving in the future.