A national week of action against knife crime saw 366 bladed items handed in across Bury St Edmunds and Mildenhall, as well as one arrest.
Havebury Housing Partnership staff have donated food items and toiletries as part of a month-long drive to support one of its local corporate charities.
The country’s first permanent adventure trail dedicated to the story of Beowulf and Grendel will open at West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village later this month.
People have until the end of the month to have a say on proposals to create a new single council for west Suffolk.
West Suffolk Hospital has seen the second biggest increase in clinical studies conducted in the country, according to a national league table.
A day packed with family fun and activities was held at West Stow Country Park on Sunday.
Prisoners and ex-offenders in Norfolk are being offered support to help turn their lives around.
Dust off your treasures, as the Antiques Roadshow is visiting Suffolk later this month.
A medical team which helps to prevent unnecessary hospital admissions and could see a record 5,000 patients this year is celebrating its third birthday.
A £3 million loan facility has been agreed between St Edmundsbury Borough Council and the promoter of a new business park.
An afternoon of fun has helped to raise funds for a village community centre.
Dogs, their handlers, sheep and spectators gathered in the picturesque setting of Haughley Park for three days of sheepdog trials at the weekend.
Battles were fiercely fought at Nowton Park on Saturday, but no injuries were sustained.
A sculpture created to celebrate a partnership between Suffolk County Council and Care UK has been unveiled at a Bury St Edmunds care home.
A new walking netball group launches in Bury St Edmunds today.
Hundreds of visitors walked the pavements, roads and paths of Great Barton on Saturday to visit pretty gardens normally closed to the public.
Fun with a swashbuckling theme was available when a band of pirates stormed Moyse’s Hall Museum on Saturday.
Residents are opposing plans which could see up to 82 new homes being built in the ‘quintessentially English village’ of Walsham-le-Willows.
The final rehearsals are under way for opening night of the musical Made in Dagenham next week.
A group of artists is seeking volunteer models to give up a few hours of their time in return for receiving a portrait of themselves.