Police attending a blue lights emergency were shocked to return afterwards to find a rude note left on their car criticising their parking and calling them “ignorant”.
Road closures introduced in Halesworth town centre to aid with social distancing are set to be kept in place for up to the next 18 months.
Halesworth’s annual Christmas lights switch-on has been cancelled this year due to fears of spreading coronavirus.
A volunteer centre hit by the extra costs of PPE during the Covid-19 crisis has benefited from a £3,000 donation from developer Hopkins Homes.
Two large pigs found on a busy route “trotting along without any consideration for other road users” had to be corralled into a field by police.
A resource centre which brings information and support closer to home for people with life-limiting illnesses and their families is set to reopen next week.
Chartered accountants Lovewell Blake have appointed a new manager at their Halesworth office.
CCTV cameras are set to be installed throughout Halesworth town centre as community leaders bid to clamp down on anti-social behaviour.
Roads in the centre of Halesworth will be closed to traffic for four hours each day for several weeks to aid with social distancing.
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.
The headteacher of a Halesworth primary school has committed to improving standards despite a recent ‘requires improvement’ rating from Ofsted.
A family-run farm park which turned to crowdfunding websites to be able to feed their animals is to reopen later this month.
Community leaders in a north Suffolk town have rallied together to help keep residents fed during the coronavirus crisis - but say they still need donations as the lockdown continues.
A disused medical centre is set to be brought back after planning permission was granted for a complete refurbishment.
A public hall that had been saved from closure after an outpouring of community support has had to shut its doors due to fears of spreading coronavirus.
Greater Anglia’s new trains caused yet more woe for commuters this morning as two main commuter services on the East Suffolk Line were cancelled due to faults.