Two care home residents aged over 90 are among those putting their best foot forward for charity.
A popular Christmas attraction is putting its Santa’s grotto online in an effort to “keep everyone as safe as possible” due to Covid-19.
The value of tourism to the Bury St Edmunds economy grew by £2.2million last year, latest figures have revealed - but 2020 has been one of the worst for the sector.
A key worker who was given the option of a five-hour round trip to get a Covid-19 test for her young daughter has described the system as “ridiculous”.
Legal powers to combat boy racers on a Bury St Edmunds estate could be brought in to tackle the problem.
A campaign to support the historic Abbeygate Cinema in Bury St Edmunds is completed with more than £30,000 raised.
A schoolgirl from Suffolk said she is spurred on by the community’s support as she compete’s in the Britain’s Got Talent semi-final tomorrow night.
An ambitious £5million project to restore the roof of the famous Rotunda at the National Trust’s Ickworth has been completed.
The company installing the full fibre network infrastructure in Bury St Edmunds has been told “the situation must improve” following more complaints.
Residents on Bury St Edmunds’ Moreton Hall estate who have been blighted by nuisance boy racers have said “enough is enough”.
Continuing craft sessions over Zoom throughout the Covid-19 pandemic has been vital to the wellbeing of members of a community group - and now they are meeting up again.
A cat has made a miraculous recovery after using up one of his nine lives in a car accident.
A lifeline has been thrown to a “much-needed” community cafe that had suffered mounting financial losses due to the Covid-19 crisis.
A bike shop has returned to its home in Bury St Edmunds town centre nearly three years on from a major fire that caused more than £1million of damage.
Final details for 63 homes just outside Bury St Edmunds have been granted planning permission.
A pub landlord has warned customers he will take a tough stance on rowdy behaviour after trouble with some drinkers celebrating the end of lockdown.
Work on a retirement development of 48 flats at a former bank in Bury St Edmunds will start on site as soon as possible.
Artists and gallery owners have spoken of the “critical state” of the industry due to lockdown and then social distancing measures.
Naturists are hoping to return to a botanic gardens near Bury St Edmunds next year after a successful fundraising trip.
One of Sudbury’s oldest businesses is leaving the high street with 46 job losses due to increased costs combined with the coronavirus pandemic.
Schools have spoken of their pride in their students on A-level results day following an “incredibly difficult year”.
Lockdown gave an aspiring artist from Ipswich the gift of time to pursue his work - and after only a few months he is on his way to becoming professional.
A cordon has been lifted at a Haverhill industrial estate following a large-scale chemical incident.
A survey will help understand how the use of digital services has impacted on people’s ability to access healthcare.
A new food and drink trailer is providing refreshment to visitors of Needham Lake this summer before new facilities are open.
The story of Saint Edmund, the child king of East Anglia, is very much part of the fabric of this area.
The next generation have been taking a stand against littering in Sudbury - and more families are needed to join the fight.
The tide reveals many things - and on this occasion it was this this wreck at Shotley Pier.
The weekend will continue to be warm and dry tomorrow daytime, but the evening may see the start of stormy weather.
A mum has spoken of the “anguish” she and other village parents are suffering after being refused school transport for their children.
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