A village is set for its second beer festival that will offer plenty of beers, ales and ciders.
The hearse used to carry Winston Churchill to his final resting place is to be used again after being restored by a Suffolk company.
Hundreds of people in Suffolk have been subjected to blackmail or attempted blackmail over sexual information shared online, warn police.
Hannah Gregory, Masterchef quarter-finalist, shares her perfect summer soup recipe.
A yellow weather warning has been issued for Suffolk with torrential downpours and sudden flooding expected.
Suffolk fire chief appeals to the public after fire crews spent the night tackling and damping down forest fire.
Food writer Nicola Miller shares her salad that bridges the seasons between summer and autumn.
A Suffolk picnic spot has banned BBQs to reduce the risk of fires during the heatwave.
An animal rights charity came to Suffolk bringing free vegan burgers for the public on the second day of its tour.
In today's podcast, a drought is declared in Suffolk as the heatwave hits.
The A14 which was closed east and westbound as fire crews fought a blaze on the verge of the road has reopened.
Seven county cup competitions have been drawn while the teams who have received byes have also been revealed.
Ben Chenery previews the Blues' Isthmian League campaign after the busiest summer at Ram Meadow for many years.
Paul Musgrove gives his thoughts ahead of Stowmarket Town's Isthmian League campaign kicking off at Greens Meadow against Hullbridge Sports.
Highlighting the impact the crisis has had on budding artists, gallery owner Peter Rumsey says it is now more difficult for creators to earn a living.
Roy Saunders, a resident of Glemsford since 2004, lost his battle with pulmonary fibrosis at West Suffolk Hospital on June 29. He was 78 years old.
Sudbury Dramatic Society has opened auditions for around six male parts and three female parts, for an adaptation of Anthony Trollope’s The Warden.