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.
She risked her skin smuggling people out of occupied Belgium. So why don't we remember her?
Children from schools across Suffolk were able to experience what life was like for soldiers during the First World War in an innovative project launched by a leading mental health charity.
Thousands of people have paid their respects to the fallen heroes of Suffolk and Essex at Remembrance Sunday services across the county.
Remembrance Sunday services are taking place across Suffolk this week, marking 101 years since the end of the First World War - find out what is happening in a town near you on Armistice Day.
A Remembrance project to highlight residents killed in war has been making people in a Suffolk town stop and think.
Roads on new Bloor Homes estate by A12 being named after soldiers
Looking for things to do this weekend? Events include major firework displays, a youth music festival, and poignant events to mark Remembrance Day.
Faces of Ipswich servicemen who gave their lives in the two world wars have returned to the town's Cornhill in a special exhibition to mark the run-up to Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day this weekend.
A December election is something of a novelty. How will the politicians compete for East Anglia's attention when the festive season starts?
Silent silhouettes have appeared on a village green in Suffolk in honour of the men who gave their lives in the line of duty.
Under a giant canopy at Ipswich Waterfront, one of the famous Dunkirk Little Ships is undergoing a major transformation.
It's the time of year when the days start to get shorter - and the clocks go back as autumn draws in.
A spectacular poppy cascade first unveiled to commemorate the centenary of the First World War last year has returned to Sudbury.
A previously unknown work by renowned Suffolk artist Sir Cedric Morris has set a new record at auction.
Greater Anglia has joined other rail companies around the country to allow poppy sellers free travel to a major event in London at the end of the month.
As the season of Remembrance approaches, a new display commemorating local people killed in the Second World War has gone on display in Ipswich's Sailmakers Centre.
There is still time to sign up for the second annual Honour Run, which takes participants through Rendlesham Forest, and raises cash for the Royal British Legion.
Schoolchildren from Suffolk have taken part in poignant ceremonies in Belgium that saw the burial of Commonwealth and German soldiers from the First World War.