Bosses at Public Health England (PHE) are continuing to monitor and give advice on the coronavirus outbreak, which has now reached the UK.
Residents of Sudbury and the surrounding area are being urged to take care on the roads tomorrow, due to the forecast of heavy snowfall.
Staff working in the bakery department of the Tesco Superstore in Sudbury could be facing the threat of redundancy.
Businesses won acclaim for their products and services, both locally and nationally, in a competition run by the business website, thebestof Sudbury.
After posting the competition on the company’s social media sites, more than 16,000 people have viewed it, to vote on the best made entry.
Bus users have been urged to make good use of the 84 bus during the trial period announced by Chambers, or risk ending up “back at square one”.
Last year, the retailer announced it was selling off two of its sites due to reduced sales and footfall but, so far, has not had any firm interest.
The new proposal is for 64 smaller homes, with increased landscaping and open space, including land given to the village for a community centre.
The spring clean is set to take place on Saturday, and organisers are hoping that people will lend a hand cleaning and tidying the building.
Staff from Hadleigh Nursing Home will be dressed in traditional attire from various cultures later this month to mark the occasion.
The town council has criticised proposals put forward by Persimmon Homes for the development on land off Ipswich Road.
There is hope that a hardware store will continue to operate on the site if the plans are approved by Babergh District Council.
If successful, the business study students' sub will be rolled out to 100 Subway stores in East Anglia and they will win £1,000 in Amazon vouchers.
The bus company is planning changes to services such as the 754, 753, 374, 236 and 84, as well as school routes, and has asked for comments by Monday.
The man approached the woman as she was waiting to pull out of a car park in Friars Street, blocked her vehicle, and started to shout and swear.
The old diesel train stock on the Gainsborough Line has been replaced with new, longer, three-carriage trains, powered by diesel and electricity.
Terri Newman won a bronze award in the sculpted/carved cake category of Cake International, beating off competition from 1,800 entrants.
Residents have criticised a decision to reduce the opening hours of a doctors’ surgery in Clare from next month.
Derek Hurrell, who lived on the Heath Estate with his wife Joyce, spent decades as a youth worker and was also involved in community adult education.
Players for the Cornard Dynamos Under 13s team filled 17 bags with rubbish in a drive to help clean up the local area.