The fire at the building in Camps Road, Haverhill began at about 11.45pm on Sunday
The Brexit Party's candidate for West Suffolk says he is 'disappointed' at the decision not to contest the 317 seats won by the Conservatives in 2017.
A bible first signed in 1862 by Mary Peck of Haverhill is now in the possession of her great great grandson Robert Scrivener
The Care Quality Commission has upgraded the Christmas Maltings, Clements and Kedington Surgery from 'Inadequate' to 'Requires Improvement'.
Family Christmas Night and the lights switch-on in Haverhill will be on separate nights this year
Hari Farlie, 24, is due to appear before magistrates in Ipswich
Items collected by a former Haverhill auctioneers and estate agents are going to auction on Saturday
West Suffolk Council has bought the Haverhill High Street building occupied by AXA Insurance
Bosses at Haverhill Foodbank have issued a massive ‘thank you’ to the community after nearly three tonnes of food was donated to its Harvest Appeal.
Sarah Howard has become the first woman to take the role of chair of the British Chambers of Commerce
Two people have now been arrested in Haverhill following the stabbing of a man in Bury St Edmunds on October 25
Seventeen-year-old was attacked in Strasbourg Square, Haverhill after an argument with three other people
Suffolk GP Federation will now run the Steeple Bumpstead Surgery as it becomes a branch of the Christmas Maltings and Clements Practice in Haverhill
Rail Haverhill is concerned that having the option of a light rail link to Cambridge is being overlooked in favour of tram-like transport
The Greater Cambridge Partnership is running the Cambridge South East Transport – Better Public Transport Project Public Consultation until November 4
Strategy for what county needs in the future to help complement its housing growth.
Suffolk County Council launches Highways self-help scheme
The new collections start from November 11 and more than half of households will see a change of day to their collection of blue and black bins.
The review was announced at a fiery meeting in which new Conservative education chief Mary Evans apologised to affected parents.
Sixty three per cent of schools in Suffolk use the free Department for Education job search and advice service
Alice Jenkins received the Award for Innovation in Graphic Communication at the college's graduation ceremony
The Unity Schools Partnership is working in tandem with two nurses from the OS Health and Wellbeing Consultancy