Today is the day that proud mums, dads and grandparents can get their hands on the special East Anglian Daily Times reception class photo supplement featuring primary schools across Suffolk.
Last night children descended on Chantry Library in Ipswich to meet their idol Cinderella.
Families in Suffolk and Essex are experiencing a mini Bank Holiday heatwave at the moment and the good news is temperatures are set to remain high today.
Pick up your copy of the East Anglian Daily Times on Monday, July 8, to get your hands on our Top Class supplement which celebrates children across Suffolk finishing their last year at primary school.
School children from Ipswich, were amongst those celebrating the first ever Suffolk Day big weekender which was enjoyed across the county on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Doctor Who, An American Werewolf in London, Roland Rat's car... So many TV shows and films benefited from this larger than life inventor's creative spark
He's already written about Suffolk's 'witch' trials. Now playwright Greg Hanson is taking a look at the last man hanged in public in the county
Teacher inspired many of his pupils, including Steve Coogan, who gave credit to the former priest in his autobiography
Ipswich Town fan Julie McCreadie became the UK's youngest female newspaper editor. She was a livewire who proposed in public on the London train, too
Martial art sessions have been launched on Ipswich Waterfront as part of a mental health campaign.
Caretakers found two dead chickens and another wounded after teenagers broke into primary school grounds.
Firefighters are attempting to rescue a casualty following a collision between a van and a BMW.
The white stuff could still fall on west Suffolk today and hit the east tomorrow morning.
Emergency services have located the missing Thomas Pritchard, 81, from Stowmarket.
A fitness instructor spent more than three hours doing burpees to raise money for charity.
A pair of land agents will complete a 125-mile kayak race in under 30 hours to raise money for two Suffolk charities.
A Suffolk cheese shop could be in line for a slice of success after being shortlisted for a major national award.
Windows were smashed and vehicles damaged in a spate of vandalism across Stowmarket, police believe.
Motorists on the A14 westbound were stuck in delays of more than 40 minutes after a crash involving several vehicles this morning.
Snow and sleet could hit Suffolk and north Essex tomorrow as temperatures plunge, according to weather experts.
As the cold weather draws in we are all tempted to ramp up the heating, but cost ourselves dollops of money in the process.
Leaders at two Suffolk NHS organisations have marked a big step towards supporting mental health in the workplace.
A man was released on conditional bail pending further enquiries from police after a shop was burgled in Hadleigh.
A busted manhole on the A12 has closed a lane for almost eight hours leading to heavy traffic.
A motorist told police he smokes cannabis every day after being arrested for drug driving.
A group of teenage boys pushed and punched a man in his 60s whilst he was walking towards a town centre.
It looks like mild temperatures and cloud will feature for much of today, with sunshine returning tomorrow.
Heavy traffic is causing mayhem in Ipswich town centre this afternoon as last-minute shoppers flock to the high street.
No less than 55 road offences were committed and three people arrested for drug-driving as police carried out a crackdown.
A mum-of-two has said she is finding it hard to sleep after her family's possessions were destroyed in a house fire.