Sudbury youngster Dylan Adams is top of the class after winning a schools art competition.
Air ambulance charities in the East of England have secured a huge slice of government funding to support their life-saving work.
Hillside Special School in Sudbury was forced to close after a burst water main affected a large part of the town today.
A Suffolk lecturer who is a double Bafta nominee has just launched a new spy computer game.
This village fire station has undergone a £310,000 make over - and that is not the only reason to celebrate.
The death of a new mother in 1930 is the subject of a new book - penned by her Bures-based granddaughter.
Staff at Tesco in Sudbury are limbering up for three days of dancing at the store for charity.
Demonstrations against the northern bypass have ramped up after campaigners gathered at Suffolk County Council - but a motion for work to cease failed to gain traction.
Climate change protestors who staged a dramatic 'die-in' protest outside a Suffolk council have called on bosses to "act now" on its environmental pledges.
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Thanks to the efforts of staff, Sudbury precision engineering firm C.Rayment has come back from the brink and is now growing again.
Tourism bosses in Bury St Edmunds are hoping for a big boost to the town's visitors, after the release date for Armando Iannucci's new Suffolk-filmed flick has been announced.
A Suffolk-based signwriter will create a giant mural on a seawall with the help of volunteers as part of a community engagement project.
A task force is to be created in September at a Suffolk council to come up with measures to make the authority carbon neutral in the next decade.
Suffolk County Council's cabinet approved the new model for specialist speech and language education at its Tuesday meeting, which will focus on earlier intervention.
Staff sickness due to stress, anxiety and depression at two Suffolk councils has more than doubled in just one year, shock new figures reveal.
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Plans to shake-up children's centre provision in Suffolk will go to the public from September, after it was agreed for consultation this afternoon.
The Suffolk Libraries Reading Challenge is landing on July 20, with children encouraged to get to their nearest library for a space-aged adventure.
A man in his 30s was left with head and neck injuries after he was seriously assaulted on a playing field in what police believe to be a targeted attack.
Pupils at a Sudbury primary school raised more than £8,000 through a sponsored run and walk to help buy a life-saving piece of equipment for the community.
Fresh fears have been raised over the impact plans to close some of Suffolk's children's centre will have on rural communities - with some areas set to share just one or two centres.
Targets to deliver 98% superfast broadband in Suffolk by 2020 are nearly six months ahead of schedule, a new cabinet report has said.
A new support team will be formed in Suffolk to help homeless people find and retain private sector housing following a successful bid for government funding.
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Every dog has its day and for the pooches of Suffolk a date on the calendar raising thousands of pounds for charity returns this month.
Police and fire were called after a car caught fire on a country road near Sudbury.
Sudbury is gearing up for summer fun in the sun with the town's annual Party in the Park.
Council bosses have vowed to keep working towards regenerating the high street in two towns in Suffolk after they were snubbed for government funding.
Works by renowned Suffolk artists Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable are part of a previously unseen private collection now on display in Sudbury.
String teddies from the Women's Institute are helping children and staff at West Suffolk Hospital.
A fundraising campaign to buy the former United Reformed Church in Sudbury has had an £800 boost from Sudbury Sings.
An "exceptional" blind child and a boy paralysed from the waist down who "never fails to inspire and amaze his peers" have been named among the best and brightest in Suffolk's schools.
Mounting pressure on police will cause officer sickness levels to get worse, it has been warned - as figures revealed 1,218 days lost by the force to mental health-related illness in a year.
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