A councillor has acknowledged that attempts to resolve long-standing car parking issues in an area of a town are proving 'incredibly difficult'.
Suffolk Police have seized a large amount of cannabis, deal bags, cash and scales from a property.
The renovation of a town's leisure centre, which will take 44 weeks to complete and cost £1.97 million, is under way.
A 37-year-old man is still missing having last been seen two weeks ago.
As the 2020 Community Awards fast approach we ask: what good deeds have you seen this year?
A Suffolk historian has delved into the story of one of the county's most popular fairs.
Businesses in a town have solved a common Christmas dilemma and rewarded their staff with a gift card aimed at supporting the local economy.
The choirs at a famous Cathedral have gone paperless allowing them to carry on giving 'first class performances' at services and rehearsals.
A council is writing to residents in a town to ask their opinion on a trial which would see motorised traffic vastly reduced in their neighbourhood.
Staff at a care home have issued an appeal for help in creating a garden winter wonderland for their residents.
Suffolk County Council's latest push to encourage residents into 'active travel' has seen new cycle parking installed in two town centres.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for fog across the whole of Suffolk tomorrow morning.
Police are asking residents to be on the lookout for a vehicle known to have been used for coursing.
A truck driver has been reported for several offences after they blocked a police station while collecting a takeaway.
A prisoner has absconded after being released on temporary licence for the day.
Flood alerts are in place at 12 locations across Suffolk.
Voting for the 2020 Community Awards has opened and it is your time to tell us who you think should be in contention for an award next March.
An artist couple have joined forces to produce an artwork which delves into a town's history amidst it also coming out of lockdown.
Police had to use kayaks to make sure people stuck on a bus trapped in flood water yesterday evening were okay.
A popular metalwork nativity scene has been returned to its former glory and installed near a town's famous gardens.