Calls are being made for the Grade I status of Bury St Edmunds’ Cupola House - which was reconstructed following a major fire - to be dropped.
Conservative parliamentary candidate Jo Churchill - the favourite for the Bury St Edmunds constituency - will not be attending hustings at West Suffolk College.
A day for dogs and dog lovers in Bury St Edmunds has attracted more than 3,000 people.
A relaxed, party atmosphere has taken over Bury St Edmunds as its annual music and arts festival gets under way.
The achievements of West Suffolk Hospital staff have been celebrated in the annual Shining Lights awards.
Welcoming twins into the world has happened not once, not twice, but amazingly three times to a couple from Suffolk.
Avid readers in Bury St Edmunds are celebrating books by organising the town’s first literature festival - and have managed to secure famous author Louis de Bernières.
A secondary school in west Suffolk is at the “forefront” of providing mental health support to students.
Two young brothers have taught themselves filming skills, set up their own business and are promoting their favourite Bury St Edmunds shops.
A project to re-open one of the country’s oldest civic buildings as a heritage centre for the public to enjoy is now secure following a “substantial” grant.
The mother of missing airman Corrie Mckeague is still confident her son will be found at a landfill site despite the search area believed to hold the key to his disappearance throwing up no clues.
Comedian Dara O Briain has dipped into his pockets to support four friends’ 150-mile cycle ride around Suffolk inspired by a brave young woman’s fight against cancer.
The search to find missing airman Corrie Mckeague has cost Suffolk police more than £1million to date.
An academic has questioned the historic status of a reconstructed 17th-century building in Bury St Edmunds, claiming it is a “pastiche” of the original.
An inaugural classic car show organised by West Suffolk College has been so popular it may become an annual event.
Changes to “invigorate” the 26th East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival in Bury St Edmunds seem to have paid off, its organiser has said.
The restaurateurs who are bringing a new eatery to historic Cupola House in Bury St Edmunds have said they are the “custodians” of the building.
Tougher penalties to tackle littering have been welcomed as new figures show the cost of clearing up rubbish in St Edmundsbury has soared to £1.4million.
A countryside setting on the edge of Bury St Edmunds’ Moreton Hall estate is not a suitable location for a McDonald’s drive-thru restaurant, planning officers have said.
A fundraising concert in honour of a 24-year-old woman who is fighting cancer will celebrate her bravery and positive attitude to life.
In times of change, it is more important than ever for groups such as the Bury Society to have a strong voice, its chairman has said, as it achieves its highest ever membership figure.
Matthew Turner, 26, studied at King Edward VI School in Bury St Edmunds and then Lamda before working as a professional actor.
The Bury Water Meadows Group and River Lark Catchment Partnership have worked together to improve the riverscape and surrounding meadows in Bury St Edmunds.
Jack Stein, Rick Stein’s middle son, and Paul Rankin, will put on three shows each day of the festival.
Mike Spenser-Morris, of NHP Holdings, would pump millions of pounds into the proposed Travelodge and Starbucks development in Bury St Edmunds.
The Moreton Hall community in Bury St Edmunds are putting pressure on McDonald’s to meet with them over plans for a drive-thru restaurant.
There are a series of public events over the next few weeks where people can get involved in helping to shape Bury St Edmunds’ future.
West Suffolk Hospital has improved on its score for the previous year in the latest NHS staff survey.
Councillors will meet tomorrow to dicuss people’s feedback about traffic management and diversions.
People share their views on whether Bury St Edmunds is worthy of being a county town.
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