Bury St Edmunds, Woodbridge and Constable country have all made it into an influential list of the most desirable places to live.
People going the extra mile, charities supporting those who need help, businesses donating food and supplies - these are today’s messages to and from your community heroes.
Firefighters have tackled a blaze in public toilets in a historic Suffolk street.
Plans have been submitted to turn a popular bakery into a new restaurant which will bring a “new style of dining” to Woodbridge.
One of the most historic buildings in Suffolk is preparing to mark a huge anniversary this year.
The site of a council’s former offices, which had been set to become a 100-home housing estate, is attracting new interest from potential developers.
Panic buying and vulnerable people self-isolating out of fear inspired these young children to reach out to their neighbours to offer help in a time of need.
Environmental activists are planning to block traffic on a major road next weekend in an attempt to persuade drivers to change their travel habits in the face of a climate emergency.
Improvements to the A12 in East Suffolk are among the schemes to get government backing in the Budget on Wednesday.
Following its success in Woodbridge, a pop-up record shop has moved to Ipswich offering new and secondhand vinyl.
New book shows what happened when terror rained down from the skies over Suffolk
Fundraisers went hotfoot across a bed of burning coals to raise thousands of pounds for a Suffolk charity.
A new hair salon coming to Woodbridge is taking an unusual approach to recruitment - by inviting job applicants to send in a video.
Greater Anglia’s new trains caused yet more woe for commuters this morning as two main commuter services on the East Suffolk Line were cancelled due to faults.
A much-loved Suffolk Rector who serves as a chaplain to The Queen is to retire this week - but will still keep his role as chaplain for Ipswich Town.
Suffolk schools at the top of a league table for GCSE level are celebrating their continued success.
A six-figure fund has been set up for improvement works in East Suffolk town centres to combat declining business turnover and negative perceptions.
Young voices are amongst the loudest on the environmental crisis, and Suffolk youngsters are doing their bit within their school communities to make a difference.
Plans to extend two conservation areas in East Suffolk have been given approval – with another in Ipswich set to get the nod later this month.
An idyllic, hidden-away house near the historic Sutton Hoo burial ground is listed for sale online - but would set prospective buyers back at least £1.5million.
The A12 northbound at Woodbridge has now reopened after two vehicles collided.
The final phase of a new business park for Woodbridge has begun – with the emphasis on mitigating its impact on the environment, developers say.
It is the moment that Frozen fans across Ipswich have been waiting for, this weekend Elsa and Anna will return to cinema screens in the much anticipated Disney sequel Frozen II .
Crowds of concerned parents have voiced their concerns at Suffolk County council’s proposed closure of a Woodbridge children’s centre.
A charity is aiming to bring young people together to talk about careers and mental health challenges as a young fashion brand owner shares his story at the Suffolk Show.