A Nowton house building firm has donated furniture from one of its former show homes to the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).
A Thetford project to help get people back into the workplace has seen huge success in its first six months.
A criminal gang who were responsible for almost 100 burglaries in Norfolk have been convicted.
A Labour Thetford town councillor who is setting up a walking football team for the town has been given cross-party help for his new venture.
The Bury Language School (BLS) in Bury St Edmunds has had pupils integrate with three local schools.
A Christmas meal organised in Stowmarket to combat loneliness is looking for volunteers and a chef.
A trio of bicycles worth several thousands of pounds have been stolen in Sapiston.
Police are continuing their investigations after releasing three girls who were arrested in connection with an arson incident in Bury St Edmunds.
Thetford Town Council thanked people who helped create the town’s poppies display with a public reception at the Carnegie Rooms.
A celebration for a club that has been going for 50 years took place at the Methodist Church Hall in Beck Row.
A Royal British Legion Torch of Remembrance relay came to Thetford last week.
The first GeeWizz Pumpkin Patch and Maize Maze opened for business at the weekend in Fornham St Martin.
Approval has been given for the next phase of a long-running 800-home development in Stowmarket to begin.
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust made hundreds of thousands of pounds by charging staff for parking last year, it has been revealed.
Children and adults alike got the chance to get in touch with science at the Thetford Grammar School at the weekend.
Motorbikes of all shapes and sizes joined the seventh annual ride out in memory of a 10-year-old Stowmarket boy who died in a road accident.
The Mayor of Thetford wants young people of the town to ‘stand up and be counted’ for their good work in the community.
Suffolk County Council has vowed to tackle period poverty – but fell short of committing cash to the cause.
The nursery section of a Haverhill primary school has open its a new outdoor play area.
A new primary school in Lakenheath has been given the go-ahead – despite being beneath an RAF jet flightpath.