High streets in 12 Suffolk towns are to get a major boost after hundreds of thousands of pounds were approved for a project to provide free Wi-Fi and footfall tracking.
A woman from Woodbridge said she “feels free” after losing five stone with the help of online pilates classes and exploring the outdoors – proving the lockdown is no excuse to stop you reaching your goals.
The historic Woodbridge Tide Mill is set to re-open its doors to visitors this weekend.
A man in Hollesley has been arrested in connection with illegal streaming of premium television channels to more than 100,000 people.
An air ambulance landed at a Woodbridge school after a nearby resident suffered a cardiac arrest.
A woman has been rescued from a ditch filled with water after trying to save a dog in Woodbridge.
A woman has been freed from a car which overturned into a field following a crash on a rural road near Woodbridge.
An artist might usually travel to a beauty spot to paint the perfect landscape - but, restricted by the Covid-19 outbreak, one Woodbridge man depicted a scene rather closer to home.
A decision on the revamp of children’s centre services in Suffolk should not be made while the coronavirus crisis continues, a trade union has warned.
A central Woodbridge building, unused for 50 years could be developed if new proposals are given the go-ahead.
Plans for a huge ‘care village’ in the Suffolk countryside have been met with a mixed reaction by the community.
A retired nurse who lives near Woodbridge has taken to her bath tub to sing each day to raise money for charities affected by the coronavirus crisis.
Police are appealing for witnesses after two road bikes were stolen from a shed in Woodbridge.
A Suffolk sauce maker has launched a new 100% recycled squeezy plastic sauce bottle.
Hundreds of pupils at a Suffolk primary school joined forces to give their headteacher a birthday surprise he will never forget.
Up to 40 new jobs are being created in the Ipswich area by a homecare service that is supporting adults living in their own homes.
Plans to relaunch a support programme for isolated people in East Suffolk are in development, after loneliness was identified as the district’s biggest problem.
Celebrity Joe Wicks might have become the nation’s PE teacher - yet Woodbridge’s Samantha Barnes could be about to become an art teacher not just for Britain, but the whole world.
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.