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New downtown site for Shentel broadband facility gets commission approval

Shentel plans to use 10 parking spaces in the rear of an underused parking lot of the city’s ...

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Luria and Kiggans to square off in battleground race

Virginia’s Second Congressional District is one of the many midterm elections that will shape the composition of the ...

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Education Committee resets, discusses facilities, safety

The Education Committee recently reestablished by Suffolk City Council met Wednesday, June 29. but not surprisingly, it went ...

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Additional SRO planned to enhance school safety

The recently reestablished Education Committee received a briefing on plans to enhance student safety through the use of ...

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Suffolk insurer sponsors trucking safety awards

Virginia Trucking Association presented its 2022 Safety Awards during its recent Safety and Human Resources Conference at the ...

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Omicron Delta Kappa inducts Brown

Suffolk native Andrea Brown was recently initiated into the Virginia Wesleyan University Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa national ...

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McMillen earns governor’s post at Boys State

For some, one formative experience can lead to pathways previously unconsidered. Trenton James McMillen’s hands-on experience with a ...

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Suffolk to host world-renowned ballet troupe

Despite Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Kyiv City Ballet has not let the human tragedy at home prevent ...

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City, region under heat advisory Wednesday

Suffolk and the surrounding Western Tidewater and Hampton Roads regions will be under a heat advisory Wednesday as ...

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City warns of harmful algae blooms

Suffolk Public Works officials advise that conditions are right for harmful algae blooms to form in ponds and ...

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