New principal at King’s Fork High

New principal at King’s Fork High

Ronald Leigh gets to skip a few grades this year, and the students in his new school could benefit as much as he did from ... Read more | Add your comment

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Suffolk man cooperating in case against developer

A Suffolk man is cooperating in the prosecution of a real estate developer charged with distributing more than 100 pounds of marijuana. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Route 58 reopened after crash  | Add your comment
  2. One man dead in crash  | Add your comment
  3. Manager search moves ahead  | Add your comment

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Murder suspect denied bond

Bond was denied for a man charged with murder in Suffolk Circuit Court on Wednesday. Read more | Add your comment

Out of the darkness

Out of the darkness

Suffolk resident and local counselor Doris Mitnick will be among the local supporters of the 10th Out of the Darkness Community Walk on Sept. 12 ... Read more | Add your comment

Chili cookoff supports LPW team

A variety of chili is available at a steal of a cost this Friday to support Lake Prince Woods’ Walk to End Alzheimer’s team. Read more | Add your comment

First Citizen nominees sought

The Suffolk and North Suffolk Rotary Clubs still are accepting nominations for Suffolk’s 2015 First Citizen Award. Read more | Add your comment

‘Homicide Hunter’ lives in Suffolk

‘Homicide Hunter’ lives in Suffolk

Lt. Joe Kenda is used to grabbing his wife and making a quick exit from department stores whenever he spots a criminal or their family. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Fast-growing Reed  | Add your comment
  2. Workers can find extra cash  | Add your comment
  3. Walking your dog is good for you too  | Add your comment
  4. Johnson named top ‘swab’  | Add your comment
  5. Leaders of the (back)packs  | Add your comment
  6. Convocation peps up teachers for new year  | Add your comment
  7. ‘P.A.’ new pastor at Church of God  | Add your comment
  8. Man dead in accident  | Add your comment
  9. PDCCC enrollment climbs  | Add your comment
  10. Politics, soul and theater  | Add your comment
  11. Grand jury indicts 43  | Add your comment
  12. Country, rock and legends  | Add your comment
  13. Couple fights Alzheimer’s disease  | Add your comment
  14. Indecent exposure suspect sought  | Add your comment
  15. PDCCC’s Walker earns doctorate  | Add your comment
  16. Gymnasts collect shoes  | Add your comment
  17. Marshals arrest wanted man in Suffolk  | Add your comment
  18. Beloved preschool closes  | Add your comment
  19. Robbery suspect arrested  | Add your comment
  20. Fan holds Tasha Tudor tea party  | Add your comment
  21. Genieve Shelter 5K planned  | Add your comment
  22. Firefighters extinguish blaze at Producers Peanuts  | Add your comment
  23. Rider hopes to stop traffic(king)  | Add your comment
  24. Robbery investigated  | Add your comment

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Sports

Lady Saints break HRA’s compass

The Nansemond-Suffolk Academy girls’ volleyball team defeated the visiting Hampton Roads Academy Lady Navigators 25-11, 25-15, 25-15 on Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Lady Bulldogs start season 1-1  | Add your comment
  2. IWA’s Brown looks to join Ravens  | Add your comment
  3. Saints raid North Cross for big win  | Add your comment

Editorial

‘Uptown’ excitement

As faculty and staff from Suffolk Public Schools filled the gymnasium at King’s Fork High School on Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Suffolk Living

Fused in the fire

Fused in the fire

All glass is born of fire, but it doesn’t necessarily take fire to make it into something beautiful. Read more | Add your comment

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