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Peanut Fest is on for Oct. 6-9; only Saturday, Oct. 1 parade was canceled

Despite erroneous reports of cancellation, the 44th Annual Suffolk Peanut Fest will move forward as planned, Oct. 6-9, ...

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Chesapeake man charged with Suffolk liquor store burglary

A Chesapeake man is charged in connection with a 2022 commercial burglary at the liquor store in Suffolk. ...

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Suffolk Health Department Rabies Investigation

The Suffolk Health Department received information Sept. 30, that a raccoon tested positive for rabies. In this case, ...

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Suffolk schools closed Monday as effects of hurricane continue flooding issues in city

As the remnants of Hurricane Ian continue to affect the area, Suffolk Public Schools will not hold classes ...

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Council to hold public hearing on ordinance to grant license agreement to Cox for business services

City Council will hold a public hearing Wednesday on an ordinance that would grant a license agreement for ...

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Man indicted on second degree murder, attempted murder charges

A 23-year-old man was indicted on charges including second degree murder and related charges in indictments handed down ...

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Suffolk Fulfillment workers deliver smiles to children at Norfolk hospital battling childhood cancer

Employees from Amazon’s Suffolk fulfillment center delivered 150 gift bags this week to Children’s Hospital of The King’s ...

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Remnants of Ian dumps rain on region, localized flooding and road closures reported in Suffolk

Editor’s note: This story was updated at 3:01 p.m. today to reflect landfall of Hurricane Ian and to ...

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Tornado watch issued for Suffolk as Hurricane Ian nears second landfall

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for Suffolk and the region as Hurricane Ian approaches ...

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Suffolk Alzheimer’s walk canceled due to Hurricane Ian

Due to Hurricane Ian, the Walk to End Alzheimer’s-Western Tidewater scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 1 in Suffolk is ...

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