A performing arts school in Suffolk has just celebrated its fifth anniversary.
Hot on the heels of celebrating its centenary year, a Royal British Legion branch in Suffolk has raised a record amount for its Poppy Appeal.
A town running club and leisure centre have teamed up to help people who want to participate in sports but find the expense prohibitive.
An ambitious commitment to sixth form education will see four schools join forces.
The owner of a Suffolk nursery believes the ‘outstanding’ rating awarded by Ofsted is due to the dedication and hard work of everyone involved.
A Suffolk manufacturer has secured its future and avoided job losses after winning planning permission to redevelop its site.
A new roundabout to improve road safety and help people’s journeys along the A1307 near Haverhill has been completed two months ahead of schedule.
A health organisation has said that a proposed new care home should only go ahead if the applicant contributes towards healthcare in the area.
A Haverhill-based charity that helps people in financial hardship says levels of UK poverty revealed in a new study are ‘tear-jerking’.
It began as a place where armed forces veterans could meet once a month but a Suffolk breakfast club is now providing wider support for its members.
West Suffolk Council’s popular Makers Markets are returning to Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill next month and to Newmarket in April.
The man hoping to become a Suffolk MP has set out his objections to a proposed bio-digestion plant.
A former police officer from Suffolk whose actions caused ‘great distress’ to those affected has admitted committing numerous misconduct offences.
The bells of a Suffolk church rang out on Sunday in celebration of the 90th birthday of a bellringer and community champion.
‘Spiralling costs’ have driven the owners of a restaurant in Haverhill to take the decision to close their doors after 17 months in business.
The funeral arrangements for former Suffolk councillor and journalist, Mary Evans, have been confirmed.
An information and listening service set up by The Salvation Army in Suffolk one year ago is now helping up to 100 people every week.
The owners of an an award-winning health and fitness facility at a Suffolk hotel hope to extend its gym space.
Potholes on a Suffolk bridge look set to be fixed following pressure from campaigners who feared that someone would die if they were not repaired.
A village primary school in Suffolk has received governmental praise after its Year 1 phonics results were among the top 3 per cent in the country.