Key river routes of the Stour have been cleared this summer ahead of the annual Sudbury to the Sea event.
Budding football star Zac Smith - who died in a car crash with his best friend - has been described as a “manager’s favourite” who had the talent to move into his club’s first team.
The wealth of “enthusiasm” for keeping Sudbury tidy has been revealed at a meeting organised by the town council, which plans to get the community’s efforts “on the map”.
A community event in Sudbury has seen thousands of people come together to enjoy live music and activities for the whole family.
For diamond couple Alice and Owen from Sudbury size certainly doesn’t matter.
Suffolk’s smallest town is hoping a new tourism strategy will put it firmly on the map for visitors.
A food and drink festival that brought thousands of people to Sudbury is helping the town gain a reputation as a foodie destination, its organiser has said.
A number of organ concerts at St Peter’s Church in Sudbury have been cancelled as the 1911 organ is showing “sporadic behaviour”.
A redundant Suffolk church that is now a hub of community activity is on track to achieve record visitor numbers.
A new chief executive has been appointed to head up a trust of 15 schools in the west Suffolk area.
Classmates and loved ones of a seven-year-old girl who died of a brain tumour have captured her in a colourful and fitting tribute at her school.
Suffolk Highways has now proposed a 50mph section between Newton Green and Assington.
The whole of Sudbury owes a “debt of gratitude” to Roger Green for his efforts improving St Peter’s Church in Sudbury, Peter Gray said.
The Bridge Project in Sudbury has invested to meet a local need for its hot meals delivery service.
Hundreds of people are without power, cables have come down close to a school, parks have been closed and trees have fallen in parts of west Suffolk.
North Street in Sudbury is to lose its Argos and Poundland stores in quick succession.
A vegan cafe in Sudbury is extending its welcome to the community by launching monthly gatherings.
Film screenings that provide a safe and welcoming environment for people with dementia have proved a hit.
An award-winning cafe in Sudbury is shutting up shop from next weekend.
Those who have sacrificed greatly for our country and others who continue to serve have been recognised at poignant services across west Suffolk.
It was always intended to be in her honour, but now a charitable walk will also be in memory of a 100-year-old who had “a spirit of adventure”.
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