A decade of a life-changing course at West Suffolk College has been celebrated with a number of former students returning for a special tea party.
A Bury St Edmunds dentist will stop providing NHS services from the end of next month due to “difficulties with operational costs and the ongoing running of the practice”.
There’s a host of lectures planned for the coming weeks and months by the Film Clubs in Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury featuring an array of acts and artists.
Parents are being urged to detox their toy box in the run-up to Christmas and donate toys and games to Barnardo’s.
Runners at Suffolk’s Parkruns have raced to a major milestone by jointly covering 1,000,000km or 621,000 miles in the past five years.
A man has been fined £125 after stealing bottles of alcohol from Tesco in Bury St Edmunds to sell to feed his drug habit.
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.
Thurlow Nunn clubs are starting to return to pre-season training but at many, recruitment has been underway for a number of weeks. Chris Brammer looks at the movers and shakers so far in East Anglia
Businesses, community groups and charities in the west of the county got well and truly into the spirit of Suffolk Day with a series of special events to mark the occasion.
As the county gears up for its first-ever Suffolk day, a number of exciting events are planned tomorrow to mark the occasion in the west of the county.
Bury Town manager Ben Chenery says there will be two windows of opportunity for players and managers alike to get the best deals possible for next season.
Bury Town have signed two players from higher leagues, ahead of the new Isthmian North season.
Mark Morsley has finished managing to become Needham Market chairman. Having led Needham, Leiston and Sudbury in the dugout with some distinction, he reveals his best-ever XI.
Five votes cast out of more than 9,000 in the Tower division of Bury St Edmunds were the difference between victory and defeat for two councillors.
Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose believes his team should have nothing to fear in the Ryman League North next season,
having been crowned Thurlow Nunn Premier Division champions.
An education trust in west Suffolk has been named the first official Research School in the East of England.
Tui Uru (Ipswich) was among the try scorers as Eastern Counties beat Middlesex 34-12 in the RFU under-20 Shield at Shelford, to clinch a quarter-final place.
The charity supporting West Suffolk Hospital held a special evening in Bury St Edmunds to thanks all its supporters.
Not many people get to unveil a sculpture on their last day before retirement, but David Notley did just that when he lifted the cover off a new piece of Bury St Edmunds history.
AFC Sudbury were on the wrong-end of a 6-0 scoreline on Saturday.
West Suffolk schools took part in the nationwide World Book Day on March 2, with costumes ranging from Little Red Riding Hood to Robin Hood.
A week of activity to tackle the supply of class A drugs in west Suffolk has resulted in seven arrests and drugs, cash, and possible stolen property being recovered.
Bury Town manager Ben Chenery is in an optimistic frame of mind, despite four straight Ryman North league defeats, as The Blues welcome Phoenix Sports to Ram Meadow on Saturday.
The Ryman Premier Division, which currently features AFC Sudbury, Leiston, Lowestoft Town and Needham Market could be reduced from 24 to 22 teams.
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