A school has been criticised by three generations for holding its Remembrance Day two minutes silence half an hour early today so that it avoided break time.
Suffolk County Council has stepped in to set up childcare cover following the sudden closure of two Jumpin Beans nurseries.
Angry parents are still trying to find out why two nurseries closed without notice on Thursday morning.
A farmer who was working yards from where a jet fighter crashed is certain the pilot’s last actions saved his life.
Thieves who even took the horses’ breakfast in the third West Suffolk stable raid in two weeks have left the owners baffled.
It probably surprised some that people with disabilities were among those taking part in last night’s National Hate Crime Awareness Week vigil at St Edmundsbury Cathedral.
Bury St Edmunds has become foodie heaven for two days as the town’s Food and Drink Festival took to the streets with everything from popcorn to paella.
Chris the veteran satellite tagged cuckoo has been reported missing in action.
A teenager is heart broken after her beloved horse was found dead last night about 24 hours after she was taken from her field.
Forest Heath looks set to become one of the first councils to run its own solar power farm as a source of income.
When the sandwich woman stopped calling at Animax, five of the staff realised there was a gap in the market.
If Nowton Park’s annual car show can get a few more entries this year’s could be the UK’s biggest free car show.
The first air raids on Bury St Edmunds 100 years ago have now been marked with a Blue Plaque on one of the buildings that were hit.
Making the tax payers’ money work harder for the town is part of Bury St Edmunds Town Council’s new chairman’s vision for the future.
A plan to spend £750,000 on Mildenhall’s Jubilee Centre will make such ‘significant savings’ in running costs that the return on the cash will be will be better than investing it.
For new MP Jo Churchill, opening Precision Marketing Group’s new headquarters was a welcome break from Westminster.
As David Palmer’s new company took its first big delivery, he admitted he had never been so nervous, but then it was a 14m by 4m section of Airbus A320 fuselage.
St Edmundsbury Borough today welcomed a man described as a ‘local legend’ as its new mayor.
When the people of Bardwell were asked to suggest names for a new street they decided it should recall the site’s past.