Students at King Edward VI School in Bury St Edmunds will collect awards at an evening to celebrate achievement at St Edmundsbury Cathedral.
Residents at a Bury St Edmunds care home received a visit from a pair of miniature donkeys.
A Sudbury residents group is crowdfunding to make a computer-generated animation of a proposed bypass in the town to give people more information on the project.
Children will be able to meet Father Christmas in Bury St Edmunds when his festive grotto arrives in town in December.
West Suffolk villagers concerned about speeding vehicles have taken action by purchasing a new activation sign which tells drivers how fast they are going.
A retired nurse got a surprise on her 100th birthday when she was visited by four ex-students she had trained more than 50 years before at a Sudbury Hospital.
The owners of long-term empty homes across west Suffolk are being urged to work with the council to help meet some of the local demand for housing.
There were hundreds of happy faces as university students from Suffolk graduated at St Edmundsbury Cathedral in Bury St Edmunds at the weekend.
Four of the first student nurses at a Sudbury hospital have made a sentimental journey back to see the new role of the buildings where they once worked.
The unique story of Wattisham Air Station has been told in a new film, which was screened for the first time yesterday.
Bury St Edmunds Town Council is backing the town’s first literature festival and says it could become “one of the great British cultural activities”.
Primary school children from Hartest, near Bury St Edmunds, took part in their very own bake-off to raise money for charity last week.
Bury St Edmunds residents are being invited to attend a parade which will see 100 submariners from HMS Vengeance exercise their freedom of the borough.
A Suffolk children’s author, storyteller and comedian hosted an afternoon of workshops at a Bury St Edmunds school this week.
Work to improve the Tayfen Road junction in Bury St Edmunds will go ahead next year, Suffolk County Council has confirmed.
Police have released CCTV images of a man they would like to identify following an assault in Bury St Edmunds.
More than 40 tractors took place in the 15th annual ploughing match in west Suffolk at the weekend, which was organised by the East Anglian branch of the Ferguson Club.
The Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club groundsman has been shortlisted for a national award and will go head-to-head with a peer from a Premier League football club.
The manager of the Arc in Bury St Edmunds says the shopping centre has made the town’s trade as “strong and vibrant as it has ever been”.
A Sudbury primary school’s outdoor space has been transformed after receiving a £12,000 grant from the town’s Tesco store.
An art fair, featuring more than 100 original paintings and prints, will take place to help raise vital funds for a multi-million pound museum project in Sudbury.
A Sudbury councillor says he will not be signing a petition to support a long-awaited new bypass for the town as the proposal is “vague and simplistic” and does not consider the possible environmental impact on the famous water meadows.
A brand new gallery and arts centre near Sudbury which will host monthly exhibitions of local contemporary artists has officially opened its doors.
Leading artists from across the UK are supporting a multi-million pound transformation of a Sudbury museum by donating work for an auction in aid of the project.
Children at a Stowmarket primary school will now stand out on school trips following the donation of 100 high-visibility vests from a local company.
A long-awaited Bury St Edmunds relief road, which will “unlock land” to create thousands of jobs and attract millions of pounds of investment, is set to open next week.
A Stowmarket charity Christmas card shop is seeking volunteers to help run the pop-up store during the festive period.
A proposed merger of two authorities to create a new West Suffolk Council has the support of local residents and businesses, according to a new report.
A dog agility show was one of the highlights of this year’s Drinkstone village fete and hundreds of people turned out to enjoy the various attractions.
Six intrepid mums and staff from Horringer Pre-School are in training for a gruelling 10k muddy obstacle race to raise money for a new building.
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