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Judge awards fees in FOIA case

A Suffolk Circuit Court judge has awarded just over $19,500 in attorney’s fees and costs to a woman ...

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Council, board discuss CIP priorities

While School Board members were pleased with a John F. Kennedy Middle School replacement being the highest priority ...

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Cheer team heads to nationals  

A young cheer squad will represent the Holland area of Suffolk this coming week as they compete for ...

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‘Trying to help families’

Importance of Cheer Fund emphasized Vanessa Hicks has been volunteering with the Salvation Army off and on since ...

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Water disruption taking place in Huntersville

The Suffolk Department of Public Utilities is currently working to repair a leak on a 4-inch diameter water ...

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Juvenile male injured in shooting

A juvenile male was injured in a shooting Thursday evening, according to a city press release.

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Sanitary sewer repairs coming to North Suffolk

A contractor on behalf of the city’s Department of Public Utilities will be making sanitary sewer repairs at ...

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Going green for safety

Once again, Suffolk is challenged to have another safe Christmas season on the roads. The Pilot Club of ...

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‘A miracle that I’m even here’: COVID survivor reflects during Obici memorial ceremony 

Rose Bailey eased herself up from her chair, using her cane to help take the few, deliberate steps ...

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Three charged in fatal shooting

Two men have been arrested, and one additional man is charged and being sought by police, in relation ...

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