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Oyster roast coming soon

Good food and good entertainment will be the order of the day on Oct. 4 at Constant’s Wharf, ...

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Obama threat suspect claims insanity

A Suffolk man on Wednesday pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to charges of threatening the lives ...

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New year, new school

On Pioneer Elementary School’s first day in history, second-grader Avery Holland came dressed for the occasion.

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Major gas pipeline to come through Suffolk

A proposed new natural gas pipeline will come through Suffolk to supply natural gas to Hampton Roads, a ...

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Two injured in crash

Two people were injured in an early-morning crash on Godwin Boulevard Monday.

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Teacher turnover increases

For her 20th year of teaching starting today, Loveeta Britt will start with Franklin City Public Schools after ...

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Homearama events lined up

With about six weeks until opening day, Homearama is rapidly approaching.

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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. ...

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Man runs for suicide prevention

A Pulaski man ran and walked through Suffolk Thursday afternoon on the first leg of what could be ...

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Tossing for good causes

One day almost 3-½ years ago, Driver’s Ken Parsons and a friend were “tossing some bags” when conversation ...

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