More than 6,000 road defects across the county have been reported to Suffolk Highways.
Citizens Advice Bureaux across Suffolk will have county council grant funding again from next year, after finance chiefs performed a u-turn on cuts.
It means from the county’s portion of council tax alone, a Band B property will pay £40 a year more.
Finance chiefs confirmed in the first draft of the council’s budget for next year that it would be restoring a CAB grant of £360,000 over three years.
Homes in Suffolk will be hit with a four per cent rise in council tax next year, it has been revealed.
One of the most frequently visited free attractions in East Anglia will receive the £600,000 development after council approval.
The hub will incorporate Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre as well as council services and a nursery.
According to the Babergh District Council's homelessness team, the authority is still relying on temporary housing in B&Bs and bedsits in Suffolk.
Thelnetham villagers can cast their votes at 200-year-old building.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is contacting all candidates across the county, asking what they will do to address the issues local firms are facing.
Properties that have lain empty for two years or more in West Suffolk could be slapped with soaring council tax bills.
A task force has been formed across four Suffolk councils in a bid to come up with ideas to support the county’s Citizens Advice centres.
Concerns have been raised by parents over the axing of a school bus service to Stowmarket.
Suffolk County Council has outlined plans to sell off some of its land for development of housing.
The measures look set to put more parking wardens on the streets and end the “wild west” situation in some of the county’s problem spots.
Changes to a controversial school transport policy in Suffolk have not been ruled out in 2020, as a study is due to be published in the New Year.
'Lessons learnt' study is due to be published in the New Year.
Long-delayed plans for 375 homes in Lakenheath are finally set to get the green light.
The transfer of civil parking enforcement powers in Suffolk from police to councils is set to be rubber-stamped in January.
The transfer of civil parking enforcement powers in Suffolk from police to councils is due to be rubber-stamped in January.