An animal lover who travelled hundreds of miles from her Suffolk home to give a new life to an unwanted breeding dog has launched an appeal to help pay for veterinary care.
A Suffolk girl is causing a buzz on the music scene at the age of just 14, as she hopes to follow in the footsteps of the “inspiring” Ed Sheeran.
A tantalising glimpse of a museum project hoped to bring £8.5million to the Sudbury economy has been revealed.
The first step towards creating a neighbourhood plan for the picture postcard village of Long Melford will take place next week.
Thomas Gainsborough School is celebrating after it received the platinum level Artsmark by the Arts Council of England.
A Chrysler PT Cruiser crashed into the Thai Pavilion Restaurant in Friars Street, Sudbury, today (April 28).
An angry motorist has hit out after his car suspension was wrecked by a pothole in Sudbury only to see his claim rejected by the highways authority.
Around 450 people turned out for the annual Sudbury Fun Run today (April 14).
The £40million Sudbury bypass should not be used as an excuse to put off short term traffic measures as the town continues to struggle with HGVs and congestion, it has been claimed.
Fears housing developers are entering “open season” on some of Suffolk’s most iconic landscapes have been raised.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenage girl was assaulted in Great Cornard, near Sudbury.
An innovative trail in Suffolk and Essex focusing on the art of John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough is set to launch this spring.
A Long Melford man who has dedicated more than 30 years to raising money for a blood cancer charity has received an MBE medal from Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace.
A campaign for traffic calming in Sudbury’s most polluted street has been launched.
Two “housing enforcers” in Suffolk have returned to our screens this week alongside presenter Matt Allwright.
Calls have been made to resrict HGVS driving through historic streets in Sudbury town centre after a shop was struck by a lorry for the third time.
A west Suffolk pub is looking to raise £1,000 for the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association with a black tie evening.
A gaping sinkhole has caused nearly a month of traffic chaos in a Suffolk town, but one expert has said many other areas in the region are at risk from the often destructive environmental phenomena.
The beautiful sight of snowdrops is a sure sign spring is on its way, but forecasters are warning temperatures will plummet in the coming days.
Despite its success and local popularity, a west Suffolk street fair may be called off if the community does not come forward with vital sponsorship and support.
Repairs to a sinkhole in Sudbury – which closed a main road for 12 days – have failed, with the road now set to be closed for another two weeks.
Sudbury campaigner and victim of Thalidomide poisoning Rowland Bareham has received the backing of Suffolk MEP Alex Mayer in the European Parliament in Brussels.
A sinkhole has opened up in Sudbury, forcing the closure of key road in and out of the town.
Firefighters tackled two house fires in the Sudbury area on Saturday evening, with a dog rescued from one property and a washing machine catching on fire in the other.
The people behind the restoration of a west Suffolk church’s tower clocks have moved to reassure residents that the mechanism has been fixed and is awaiting installation.
A motorcyclist who died following a road traffic collision in Sudbury last week is being named, as tributes are paid to him.
Three years since the Sudbury Carnival was brought back from the dead, the town today (August 28) celebrated its biggest event after moving the festivities to Belle Vue Park.
The standards at a care home near Sudbury have been criticised after the death of one of their residents.
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