September 22 2014 Latest news:
West Suffolk reporters Mariam Ghaemi and Jon Vale are here to bring you all the latest news from Bury St Edmunds and the surrounding towns and villages.
Covering health issues, crime, local government and court, they will keep you up to date with what is happening in your area and would love you hear from you if you have a story or an issue for us to follow up.
Squadrons across West Suffolk yesterday commemorated the Battle of Britain with a fitting parade and service in the town.
A West Suffolk borough councillor has claimed the county council is incapable of sorting Stanton’s drainage problem out after a flooding ‘nightmare’ at the weekend.
A woman who was arrested in connection with an incident in Bury St Edmunds which has left a man critically injured in hospital has been released on police bail pending further enquiries.
Work has begun on the construction of a new Anglo-Saxon house at a west Suffolk heritage site.
Thousands of invitations have been sent to households across Bury St Edmunds to encourage people to book free tickets for a ‘breathtaking’ after-dark trail to commemorate one of the most important events in history.
“I guess this is as close as I’ll get on this tour to a home-town gig.”
West Suffolk chief reporter Emma Brennan brings you all the latest news from Sudbury and Hadleigh and the neighbouring communities. From complaints over potholes and development issues to stories of personal achievement and family celebrations, Emma is also very keen to hear your stories.
Email: Emma Brennan
Call: 01787 882275
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after five burglaries were reported in the Babergh area.
Ipswich Town and England football legend Terry Butcher presented a cheque to Colchester General Hospital’s neonatal unit.
A tiny north Essex community is seeking to make a power grab from a neighbouring village to “regain control” of its future.
A search was underway on Saturday after members of the public thought they heard the sound of barking from sewers under Newton Road in the town.
The owner of a new art gallery in a Suffolk village once famous for its antiques trade believes it is on course to rekindle its reputation as a centre for the arts.
An initiative to improve the quality of life of people in parts of Sudbury has been welcomed by residents.