The break-in at the Stour Valley Community School in Cavendish Road on August 23 last year resulted in six laptop computers used by pupils being stolen by Hazel.
Councillor Terry Buckle, mayor of St Edmundsbury in Suffolk, drove his car into the store at Lawson Place, Moreton Hall, on Tuesday afternoon.
Luxury Family Hotels has appointed veteran hotelier Michael Knox-Johnston to the post.
Mature West Suffolk College beauty therapy students raised more than 100 for the Mayor of St Edmundsbury's chosen charities earlier this month by carrying out treatments for staff at St Edmundsbury Borough Council offices in West Suffolk House.
A popular children's play area is set to have new life breathed into it thanks to a father's fundraising efforts.
Passengers using the busiest stations on the East Suffolk rail line are now able to pick up their tickets on the platform after new machines formally came online yesterday.
Government taskforce calls for plant health to be put on a par with animal health and for the creation of a plant officer A young ash tree infected with Chalara dieback on a Woodland Trust site near Framlingham, south-east England.
It has crossed an open sea and covered many miles on its return journey, and after a near half-century break, the Lacons' falcon is coming back to land in its home county.
The talks could mean that the founding family of the firm based at Great Witchingham, near Norwich, could give up a stake.
A driver had to be rescued from a river in Thetford after the Ford Focus he was travelling in came off the road.
Drivers suffered traffic chaos after a car knocked down a telegraph pole on the main road between Halstead and Sudbury.
Organisers of one of the UK's longest running one-day agricultural shows are celebrating a bumper year, with livestock entries up and a record number of local food producers attending the event.
East of England Ambulance Service spokesman Gary Sanderson, who attended the scene, said: "Three men, two in their 20s and one in his 30s were found in a critical condition.
Firefighters from Colchester and Wivenhoe were called to a fire in semi-detached house in Wryneck Close, Colchester during the early hours of Saturday morning.
On confirmation of purchase, the buyer is required to collect the item from the Lowestoft Front Office at the specified address.