The mother of missing serviceman Corrie McKeague has spoken about facing her son’s 24th birthday without him, as the family face their “toughest” month since he disappeared.
Parents and teachers are preparing to fight cuts to school transport in the Thurston catchment area, as claims it amounts to discrimination against Suffolk’s rural communities.
A Suffolk family with relatives living in Barbuda have raised more than £18,000 to help with the relief efforts after Hurricane Irma devastated the Caribbean island.
The A140 near Thwaite is currently blocked southbound after a crash between a van and a lorry.
A six week campaign to encourage anybody who uses Bury St Edmunds town centre to help shape its future, has finished.
Thousands of women and children descended on Bury St Edmunds for the Girls Big Night Out hospice fundraiser, lighting up the streets with their bunny ears as they walked through the town.
The thriving town of Bury St Edmunds is becoming a “victim of its own success”, it has been claimed, as soaring house prices and rents force younger people to live elsewhere or stay at home.
Villagers in Mid Suffolk today breathed a sigh of relief after plans for 49 homes, which risked harming listed buildings in the iconic medieval centre of Woolpit, were rejected.
The A14 westbound carriageway is set to close at Stowmarket today, as Highways England work to carry out more repairs to a damaged bridge joint.
The annual Golden Mile race and Beach Party celebration is coming to Stowmarket this weekend.
Celebrity chefs and local producers were the stars of the show on the first day of the annual Bury St Edmunds Food and Drink Festival.
A Bury St Edmunds community left “devastated” by the sudden loss of its post office six months ago is still searching for a new postmaster.
The owner of a kebab van in Elmswell, who was banned from running a food business for three years after a catalogue of hygiene breaches, has had his appeal turned down.
Thousands of potential stem cell donors have come forward after Suffolk’s Ed Sheeran encouraged people to sign up to the register and help a seven-year-old girl from Bury St Edmunds.
A man aged in his 20s found barely conscious in Bury St Edmunds, near West Suffolk College, earlier this week has died from his injuries.
A plan for the future of housing and development for two Suffolk districts is now out for consultation.
An addiction charity is hoping to secure its future for another 20 years after announcing the sale their iconic premises on Risbygate Street, Bury St Edmunds.
The annual summer production in Stowmarket is underway, with families invited to see The Railway Children this week.
Part of the A14 has re-opened after a lorry towing a trailer with a ride-on lawnmower on top crashed near Stowmarket this morning (August 18).
The remains of missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague were not among bones and animal waste discovered at the Great Blakenham incinerator, it has been confirmed.
The two “best friends” who died after tragic crash on Wednesday (August 9), have been named as Zac Smith and Kye Mclean, both aged just 18 and from the Sudbury area.
Tributes have been paid to the talented Long Melford musician and “kindhearted” gentleman Rowland Higgins, who has died just weeks after a charity concert was held in his honour.
Touted one of the most popular and thriving markets in the country, traders at the Bury St Edmunds traditional provisions market are starting to feel the pinch, it has been claimed.
A number of pigs died after the lorry they were being carried in overturned on the A134 in west Suffolk today.
The 115th annual fayre and flower show in a Mid Suffolk town has been hailed a success – despite the rain.
Another gas leak on a main road between Stowmarket and Needham Market has caused severe disruption, with bus services cut back.
Suffolk churches are embracing the cashless revolution in a bid to halt declining donations, with contactless and card payments being trialed.
The investigation into the disappearance of Corrie McKeague is increasingly focused on waste from a few bins behind a row of shops in Bury St Edmunds.
A care-in-the-home company, which helps people in the Sudbury area, has had an “incredible” turnaround, going from “inadequate” to “good” in a few months.
A motorbiker has become the 20th person to die on Suffolk’s roads this year, as the “disproportionate” number of bikers being killed is highlighted.
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