WWII B-17 to visit Suffolk

WWII B-17 to visit Suffolk

One of the last flying World War II B-17 bombers will pay a weeklong visit to Suffolk Sept. 8-14, offering tours and flights. Read more | Add your comment

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Police seek missing man

Suffolk police are seeking the public’s assistance locating a man who has been missing since about 4 a.m. Friday. Read more | Add your comment

Man runs for suicide prevention

Man runs for suicide prevention

A Pulaski man ran and walked through Suffolk Thursday afternoon on the first leg of what could be a cross-country journey to bring attention to ... Read more | Add your comment

School starts with new schedules

With classes resuming Tuesday, Suffolk Public Schools is at least 15 bus drivers short, the district’s coordinator of transportation says. Read more | Add your comment

Senators discuss issues

The potential of Virginia’s modeling and simulation industry was one of several topics relevant to Suffolk raised during a Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce event ... Read more | Add your comment

Helping kids, veterans

Helping kids, veterans

Military precision was applied to a backpack-stuffing exercise in North Suffolk that will send needy children back to school well-provisioned and increase awareness of nonprofits ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Power lines down at Bennetts Pasture, Kings Highway intersection  | Add your comment
  2. Downtown streets reopen after bomb threat  | Add your comment
  3. SOL results are in  | Add your comment
  4. Tossing for good causes  | Add your comment
  5. Society’s heirloom sale set  | Add your comment
  6. City sewer fee disputed  | Add your comment
  7. Woman airlifted after crash  | Add your comment
  8. Woman accused of throwing hot oil on boyfriend  | Add your comment
  9. Pioneer orientation moved  | Add your comment
  10. NSES hit with graffiti  | Add your comment
  11. NNO awards given  | Add your comment
  12. Oakland UCC opens a door  | Add your comment
  13. Former mayor Nelms dies  | Add your comment
  14. Tillery cousins help prepare youth for school  | Add your comment
  15. Suffolk native dies in fire  | Add your comment
  16. Freight site disputed  | Add your comment
  17. Christian bookstore founder dies  | Add your comment
  18. Rehabilitated goose set free  | Add your comment
  19. Website comment system to change  | Add your comment
  20. One dead, two displaced in fire  | Add your comment
  21. Navy ensign loves Suffolk life  | Add your comment
  22. ‘Called to go to Haiti’  | Add your comment
  23. Dull finance reports filed  | Add your comment
  24. Warner seeks re-election  | Add your comment

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Sports

NSA’s Noahs key flood of points in win

NSA’s Noahs key flood of points in win

Nansemond-Suffolk Academy’s offense was multi-faceted on Friday night against visiting Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Second half spells doom for Cavs  | Add your comment
  2. Lady Saints ground Eagles  | Add your comment
  3. Bruins edge Warriors by 7 strokes  | Add your comment

Editorial

Simple generosity

When children return to elementary schools in Suffolk on Tuesday to start the new school year, many of them will have reason to thank people ... Read more | Add your comment

Suffolk Living

Fragrant beauties

Fragrant beauties

Jodi Cobb doesn’t even have to nose around inside the coolers in her West Washington Street flower shop to know which blooms will be the ... Read more | Add your comment

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