After the rain, a festival

After the rain, a festival

Get ready for food, music, rides, peanuts and more, because despite the recent heavy rains, the 38th annual Suffolk Peanut Fest will begin Thursday at ... Read more | Add your comment

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Shooting nets man 30 years

A Suffolk man was sentenced in Suffolk Circuit Court on Monday to 30 years of incarceration for a December 2013 shooting. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Police seek owners of jewelry thought to be stolen  | Add your comment
  2. DMV to move office  | Add your comment
  3. Judge dismisses pipeline suit  | Add your comment

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Miserable weather almost gone

Suffolk residents saw a few moments of sun here and there between a handful of showers on Saturday, and the next few days will bring ... Read more | Add your comment

Real estate market improves

Real estate market improves

The real estate market continues to improve slowly but surely, local real estate agents said recently. Read more | Add your comment

Foundation awards grants

The Obici Healthcare Foundation recently announced the award of more than $2 million in grants to 18 nonprofit organizations serving Suffolk and Western Tidewater. Read more | Add your comment

Cornhole tourney planned

Some world-class cornhole — yep, that’s right, cornhole — will be seen in Driver later this month during the Driver Days celebration. Read more | Add your comment

Suffolk Girl Scouts explore and discover at Science Alive

On Saturday, Sept. 26, more than 200 Girl Scouts spent the day exploring and discovering during Science Alive, an event hosted by Norfolk State University ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Friends indeed in Windsor  | Add your comment
  2. Tide floods Kimberly  | Add your comment
  3. Waterfield wins Peanut Queen 2015  | Add your comment
  4. Raccoon tests positive for rabies  | Add your comment
  5. Lab sparks ideas at NSA  | Add your comment
  6. Sheriff gets new deputy  | Add your comment
  7. Storm closes roads  | Add your comment
  8. Early closures  | Add your comment
  9. Silent dinner planned at fest  | Add your comment
  10. Joaquin strengthens, tracks east  | Add your comment
  11. Some events are still on  | Add your comment
  12. Stocking up for the storm  | Add your comment
  13. Jail promotes first female captain  | Add your comment
  14. Man charged with abduction, assault  | Add your comment
  15. Prepare for Joaquin  | Add your comment
  16. Event cancellations  | Add your comment
  17. Grand jury indicts 47  | Add your comment
  18. Third-graders create constitution  | Add your comment
  19. Western Branch gets unique new roof  | Add your comment
  20. Suffolk’s graduation rate falls  | Add your comment
  21. KFHS bus involved in minor crash  | Add your comment
  22. Scout trip teaches life lessons  | Add your comment
  23. New finance director announced  | Add your comment
  24. Lilley Farms makes corn maze  | Add your comment

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Football schedule shuffled again

A new update from Suffolk Public Schools states the Nansemond River High School football team’s home game against Western Branch High School, originally scheduled for ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Monday night football in Chesapeake  | Add your comment
  2. Promise of things to come in N.Y.  | Add your comment
  3. Captivating his audience  | Add your comment


A blessing in the weather

According to a June report published by the United States Census Bureau, it has been 10 years since a major hurricane has struck the U.S. ... Read more | Add your comment

Suffolk Living

The view from up here

The view from up here

Lots of people around Hampton Roads know to keep their eyes on the skies this time of year. Read more | Add your comment

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