They've had a long wait through the pandemic but after 16 months, volunteers are out on a sponsored walk again.
A Summertime Special nationwide tour has began its run in West Norfolk.
Restrictions are easing and live exercise classes are coming back.
A man who drove away in an unfamiliar car didn't get far before things went wrong, Lynn magistrates heard.
A 72-year-old West Norfolk man could be jailed for an ABH attack on the father of his grandson.
A West Norfolk chef who was clocked speeding four times in three days has also been banned for drink-driving.
Pensioner Alan Smith will be walking from Cromer to Hunstanton in one day for a very good cause.
Supporters will be congregating on Saturday outside Burtons in Lynn High Street from 2pm to take the knee in support against racism.
Patients have shown their satisfaction with the service provided by Watlington Medical Centre in Rowan Close.
Students at a Hunstanton school will be sowing the seeds for a more sustainable future thanks to a partnership with a community project.
A North Lynn woman is due to be sentenced tomorrow for a racially aggravated assault in the town.
A classic children's story has kicked off a new season outside staged by the Theatre Royal.
Anti-social pavement parking by car drivers could soon bring about fines of £70 with new laws being introduced across England.
A seal first spotted with a disc around its neck more than two years ago has been released into the wild, three months after being caught.
The Bishop of Lynn visits town to bless the Fisher Fleet and its nets.
Bereaved children will have the chance to smile again following a donation to Lynn-based organisation working with those who lost a parent.
The Prime Minister will announce that most of the legal coronavirus restrictions brought in during the pandemic will end as of July 19.
A man has been taken into custody, having been arrested in the area during England's Euro 2020 final defeat to Italy.
People living close to two schools are being warned to expect weeks of disruption from forthcoming pavement repair works.
School leaders say the support of a Lynn store will make a big difference to their work.