A Bury St Edmunds restaurant owner who blamed two of his customers after fly-tipped rubbish was traced back to him has been fined.
A scheme by a Sudbury charity to transform a former town church into a much-needed community hub has moved another step closer.
Residents of a small Suffolk village say they have been left in the dark over when repeated power cuts will come to an end.
Police are investigating an online video which appears to show a schoolgirl being assaulted in Bury St Edmunds by two other girls.
Catering students at West Suffolk College served up a winner at a prestigious charity event.
An Ipswich father and son genealogy firm which has worked on top TV show Who Do You Think You Are has been awarded £40,000 in libel damages against a rival.
Suffolk television presenter Peter Purves has been dropped as a commentator from Channel 4's coverage of the Crufts dog show.
Santa Claus is getting ready for his annual Christmas street visits to Bury St Edmunds.
Suffolk and the east of England has escaped the worst of Storm Atiyah which is battering the western side of the country.
The bauble tree on Ipswich Waterfront is spreading that festive feeling in the heart of the town's nightlife area.
Comedian Geoff Norcott will give his take on modern Britain at Sudbury's Quay Theatre in the New Year.
Youngsters at Easton primary school in Woodbridge have been enjoying a green Christmas as they learned about how to help the environment.
The memory of a renowned First World War poet will live on after a road in a new housing devlopment in the Suffolk village where he lived was named after him,
Plans have been unveiled to transform a field near Stowmarket into a community woodland and meeting place.
One lane of the Orwell Bridge was closed tonight as police removed a broken down car,
Festive crafts and foods were on offer as Lavenham Christmas Fair got off to a flying - if soggy - start.
A village post office near Ipswich has re-opened after a major refurbishment of the East of England Co-op where the branch is based.
A scheme for up to 120 new homes near Stowmarket has moved a step closer after purchase of the site by a major house builder.
Culinary arts students at West Suffolk College have had cordon bleu advice from two of the region's best.
A dog rescue charity is bringing a puppy from Turkey to Bury St Edmunds in the hope of saving his leg from amputation.
A question mark hangs over the future of Prince Andrew the Duke of York remaining as royal patron of Suffolk's prestigious Royal Hospital School.
Sudbury's Mill Tye gallery is to stage its first exhibition of work by an internationally exhibited young artist based in the town.
Scouting for Girls and Toploader have been announced as headline acts for the second day at Suffolk's LeeStock Music Festival next year.
West Suffolk College hosted a titan-sized visitor that opened up the world of science and technology to visiting youngsters.
A Suffolk school has paid colourful tribute to a popular teacher who died shortly after giving birth to her first child.
He was the original patron saint of England and today the flags were out in Suffolk in tribute to St Edmund.
Lavenham is getting ready to host thousands of visitors to its annual Christmas Fair - but it was facing a bleak midwinter this year, with even the threat of Santa being left homeless.
A new plant sales area and information centre is to open at a popular Suffolk location.
Suffolk businesses put their acumen to the test to raise more than £30,000 for St Nicholas Hospice Care.
A memorial to American airmen who flew from a Suffolk airfield will be a replica of the unique identification sign returning bomber crews would have used to recognise they were home.