Keeping readers caught up

Keeping readers caught up

Over the long summer break, children who aren’t exposed to books can return to the classroom a lot further behind their peers who are exposed ... Read more | Add your comment

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Man charged with child abuse

A Suffolk man was arrested Friday on charges of child abuse and child cruelty after being “confronted by several witnesses after excessively spanking the child,” ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Woman charged with DUI with kids in car  | Add your comment
  2. Pipeline meeting set  | Add your comment
  3. Summer meals support youth  | Add your comment

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Getting veggies to kids

A local organization will hold two events in the next month to introduce the community to its new initiative, Farm2Childcare. Read more | Add your comment

Rain brings a buzz

The hot summer season is well under way, and with it comes the arrival of unwanted guests. Read more | Add your comment

Community colleges ink agreement

Under an agreement recently announced, Paul D. Camp Community College students who have completed the General Education Certificate will be able to transfer 33 credits ... Read more | Add your comment

Independent spirits celebrate

Independent spirits celebrate

Downtown Suffolk’s Constant’s Wharf saw hundreds come out for live music, entertainment and fireworks to celebrate the country’s 239th birthday. Read more | Add your comment

Cooling assistance applications open

Virginia’s 120 local departments of social services are accepting cooling assistance applications now through Aug. 17, as part of the Virginia Department of Social Services’ ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Medicare assistance available  | Add your comment
  2. Local residents earn WGU degrees  | Add your comment
  3. LeDoyen makes President’s List  | Add your comment
  4. Church awards scholarships  | Add your comment
  5. Kerr earns distinction  | Add your comment
  6. Powell-Bazemore graduates from basic training  | Add your comment
  7. Gainous graduates from basic training  | Add your comment
  8. Sorority hosts scholarship dinner  | Add your comment
  9. Tinto earns award  | Add your comment
  10. ‘A good Southern American man’  | Add your comment
  11. 460 settlement reached  | Add your comment
  12. Bomb threat in Riverview  | Add your comment
  13. Yards gained toward financial sense  | Add your comment
  14. Vines memorial planned  | Add your comment
  15. No paper for Saturday  | Add your comment
  16. City offices closed for Independence Day  | Add your comment
  17. One last post  | Add your comment
  18. Manager search starts  | Add your comment
  19. Prayer vigil planned  | Add your comment
  20. CIT center funds awarded  | Add your comment
  21. A declaration of optimism  | Add your comment
  22. Draft Chesapeake Bay plan released  | Add your comment
  23. Car crashes into Chinese restaurant  | Add your comment
  24. Birdsongs fund new dementia research  | Add your comment

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Sports

Youngstarz learn to shine

Youngstarz learn to shine

The Youngstarz basketball camp proved once again that the opportunity to learn during the summer break can draw a crowd. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Eight aces and counting  | Add your comment
  2. NR baseball seniors garner state honors  | Add your comment
  3. NR’s Mounie makes all-state first team  | Add your comment

Editorial

More options than ever

With the continually rising costs of a four-year university education, smart students and prospective students are looking for ways to reduce the expense of a ... Read more | Add your comment

Suffolk Living

Growing pains

Growing pains

There’s something special about the month of May in coastal Virginia, and it has nothing to do with dogwoods or azaleas. Read more | Add your comment

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