Police responded to reports on Wednesday that a man had assaulted another man with a hammer.
A busker is asking members of the public to help him find his 'precious' accordion which was stolen yesterday.
The school received an overall ‘requires improvement’ rating with ‘good’ elements for behaviour and attitudes as well as personal development.
The review was announced at a fiery meeting in which new Conservative education chief Mary Evans apologised to affected parents.
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Police were called to a single vehicle crash on the A11 southbound at Barton Mills this morning.
St Nicholas Hospice Care has been trying to trace the lucky player from the October 4 draw but so far all efforts have been unsuccessful.
Vulnerable Stowmarket man Robert Hatton has been missing since Tuesday, October 8, Suffolk Constabulary has said.
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Eight homes are set to be built on the Sentinel Works site in Northgate Avenue, Bury St Edmunds.
A 27-year-old man from Beck Row was arrested on suspicion of burglary, dangerous driving and possession of cannabis.
Canaries' injury crisis is starting to ease up.
It's important the Tractor Boys continue to build some momentum.
Stowmarket lift Stearn Trophy again
Robbie Mason's men end 14-year losing streak to visitors in FA Trophy encounter.
Needham Market former professional in international action in Africa Cup of Nations.
Fergus O'Callaghan confident team can climb out of league's relegation zone.
Will Carter, manager at the time of disbanding, reveals reasons behind decision to fold Sunday League side.
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Gilbert O'Sullivan wows at The Apex, Bury St Edmunds.
John Robins: Hot Shame, The Apex, Wednesday.
The arc shopping centre in Bury St Edmunds has announced details of its free Halloween festival - which will be held over half term.
Bury's Got Talent will take place on Sunday and will see 12 acts take to the stage to showcase their talents.
With the help of historian Martyn Taylor, the Bury Free Press has put together a map to shine a spotlight on a selection of Bury's lost pubs.
The incident at Higham on the A14 eastbound near the junction with the B1106 was reported to police at 7.25am.
People urged to have a say on £600,000 project.
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The two day event kicks off today.