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A couple who accidentally left their oven on at their Essex home were able to escape unharmed after a smoke alarm alerted them to the fire.
The annual Stowmarket open air music festival is set for its biggest ever year, with StowFiesta now set to run over two days for the first time.
A barn caught alight last night in Castle Hedingham, with firefighters called to battle the blaze
Are the roads and railways clear and will you need a coat or your sunglasses at Ipswich Town’s final Portman Road game of the season?
A Chrysler PT Cruiser crashed into the Thai Pavilion Restaurant in Friars Street, Sudbury, today (April 28).
Stowmarket’s mayor is appealing for more former service personnel to join the town’s Remembrance Parade this year, with plans already underway.
A Suffolk museum, only open for a few months, is now set to compete with the likes of the Tate Modern for the title of Museum of the Year.
Concerns that paint factory jobs are at risk at two of Stowmarket’s largest employers have been raised, as one of the businesses looks at buying out the other.
As villagers in the Suffolk birthplace of John Constable consider defecting to Essex to fight 144 houses, they have been warned the grass may not be greener.
As five Suffolk stars were honoured, the Queen’s Lord Lieutenant has called for more nominations to truly reflect the “fantastic” efforts of our county’s volunteers.
Seemingly never-ending roadworks which have snarled up Stowmarket for more than half a year are set to labour on for at least another two months.
As the prospect of Suffolk losing a key slice of Constable country to Essex rears its head, the chief executive of the council under threat has intervened.
An angry motorist has hit out after his car suspension was wrecked by a pothole in Sudbury only to see his claim rejected by the highways authority.
A Constable country village “under siege” from housing developers is considering divorcing Suffolk and joining Essex to fight back against development.
In the months since RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague went missing after a night out in Bury St Edmunds, very little information has come to light.
A final 500 entries have been released for the inaugural Great East Run, which takes place in Ipswich this September.
The headteacher of a Suffolk school has heaped praise on staff, pupils and parents after they were graded as ‘good’ by Ofsted inspectors.
Thirty years after her three-year-old son died, one Stowmarket mother is urging people to support a lifesaving heart charity with a marathon challenge.
Reports have said their were one or two attackers, who were wielding “Kalashnikov” style weapons and shot at a police car.
A slice of Broadway and West End musical theatre is coming to Stowmarket next month.
Detectives have arrested a second man on suspicion of assisting an offender after a man was stabbed on Dogs Head Street in Ipswich in the early hours of Friday, April 7.
A couple are facing years in jail after they tried to cover up their baby’s torture and death at home by staging the discovery of her body on a bus.
Firefighters and police are at the scene of a car fire on the A14, near Bucklesham.
A landmark moment for the county and country has seen the first F-35s soar above Suffolk, as the world’s most advanced jets are slated to bring “£3billion” of benefit to British businesses.
After 44 years as guardian of a small rural Suffolk church, warden Gerald Knox, 88, has decided to stand down.
Patients in Stowmarket can now access more GP appointments after work, at weekends and on bank holidays.
Talks are underway to ensure a key and historic building in Stowmarket town centre will not be left to rot and degrade when NatWest bank leaves.
Reports that the United States European Command (EUCOM) was rethinking the closure of RAF Mildenhall have been denied.
A flat blaze in Newmarket which left 23 people homeless was caused by a small fire next to an outdoor air vent.
A man losing part of his leg in a crash on a residential estate in Bury St Edmunds has prompted calls for parking restrictions at a “dangerous” junction.
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