Around 3,000 walkers and cyclists will be taking a grand tour of Suffolk's churches today to help raise cash for the upkeep of some of the county's most historic places of worship.
People enjoyed finding out about Suffolk's rural past when one of its most important museums threw open its doors for a special event.
It was access all areas at Portman Road in 1988 as Ipswich Town opened its doors for a fun day for fans.
The premises in Hamilton Road have stood empty since April after Marks and Spencer closed the store after 80 years.
They've been seen by thousands of people, but tomorrow will be the final chance to see the colourful Elmers on the streets of Ipswich.
A grandmother of four with multiple sclerosis (MS) plans to celebrate a £30,000 lottery win - by treating herself to her first ever cocktail.
Community leaders are set to press ahead with a £20million proposal to make Felixstowe a "leisure destination" able to attract people from an 80,000 population catchment area.
It may be America's national game, but baseball was first played in England.
Emergency services were called to help after a man got into difficulties in the water off Shotley this afternoon.
An underwater world of sea creatures made by schoolchildren from single-use plastic will be one of the highlights of one of Suffolk's biggest outdoor celebrations of art.
Passengers travelling on services between Sudbury and Marks Tey and Felixstowe and Ipswich can expect rail replacement services to start their working week.
Campaigners have voiced concerns over where up to two million litres of drinking quality water will come from every day to cool the reactors of the new Sizewell C nuclear power station if it is built.
Author and teacher Jane Hawking will be the keynote speaker again this year at a conference held by a Suffolk charity which supports adults who have an acquired brain injury or a neurological condition.
A seaside town's former M&S store is to be nearly halved in size to attract a new retail business - but extended upwards to include 16 new flats.
Britain's premier container port says it is preparing to double the amount of cargo it sends by rail once dualling of part of the Felixstowe-Ipswich line is fully complete.
Girl Guides and Scouts from Ipswich did their good deed for the weekend - by giving some of the Elmers a spruce up.
Twists and turns, steep hills and a welcome sharp descent - cyclists love taking part in races in Woodbridge.
Sizewell B has been switched back on after being off-grid for more than nine weeks for refuelling and important maintenance work.
A Suffolk prison is taking action to reassure the community after being criticised for being "weak" in its public protection work.
Youngsters have been given a special school holiday bonus - the reopening of two Felixstowe playparks as part of a £265,000 refurbishment project.
Good old-fashioned fun was the recipe for the Martlesham village fete and dog show - and the ingredients were loved by the crowds who flocked to enjoy the event.
Carnival revellers will be turning back the clock - as they celebrate the last century at the town's biggest annual event.
A Suffolk library was buzzing with excitement as it held a Toy Story party to launch the annual summer reading challenge and celebrate its revamped children's area.
A multi-million pound link road to take construction traffic to and from Sizewell C could be ripped up once the proposed power plant is open, it has been suggested.
England cricket World Cup final hero Ben Stokes has been made a Lord - of Sealand, the tiny self-proclaimed principality seven miles off the Suffolk coast.
Sizewell B has welcomed its 40,000th visitor to the power station since reopening to the public in 2012.
Villagers have lodged strong protests over a developer's proposals for a 2,700-home 'garden village' - saying it will lead to the "unwanted urban sprawl" of Ipswich destroying precious countryside.
An independent boarding school is delighted with the praise it has received from Ofsted inspectors after its new rating saw it graded as Good in all areas.
Emergency beds for rough sleepers are to be provided in two Suffolk towns as part of a Government-funded £300,000 project to cut the number of vulnerable people on the streets.
Firefighters and a farmer are currently tackling a fire in a 60-tonne store of chopped logs at agricultural premises near Ipswich.