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Commission evenly split on Wilroy Road solar farm

A 3-megawatt solar farm planned for nearly 130 acres off of Wilroy Road near the planned U.S. Route 58 flyover by the regional landfill has ... Read more

20 hours ago by Jimmy LaRoue.

Fabric Shoppe opens in Suffolk

Folks in Suffolk that love to sew and quilt now have a shop much closer than before to get all their crafting needs. Read more

20 hours ago by Rachel Austin.

Police make arrest in murder case

Suffolk Police have arrested a Suffolk man following their investigation into a murder. Read more

20 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Peanut Fest announces theme, entertainment

Suffolk Festivals Inc. is steadily planning the 43rd Suffolk Peanut Fest, slated for Oct. 8-10 at the Suffolk Executive Airport.  Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Tower residents get shuffled again

Suffolk Tower residents have been given another reprieve in order to gain assistance, but are being shuffled to other hotels because of a price increase ... Read more

2 days ago by Tracy Agnew.

WTRJ employee arrested, charged with allegedly smuggling drugs into jail

A now-former employee of the Western Tidewater Regional Jail has been arrested and charged with trying to smuggle more than 400 grams of marijuana into ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Overturned tractor-trailer backs up traffic

Suffolk Police and Suffolk Fire & Rescue responded Tuesday morning to a single-vehicle accident involving a tractor-trailer that overturned at Route 58 Eastbound at Pruden ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Art scholarship winners announced

The Board of Directors of the Suffolk Art League recently announced the 2021-22 Sharon Picot and Chip Picot Memorial Student Scholarship and John R. Taylor ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Camp open houses scheduled

All Camp Community College locations fully reopened at 8 a.m. July 19, including the campus in Franklin, the Oliver K. Hobbs Campus in Suffolk, and ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Camp nursing instructor stresses patient advocacy and nursing as ‘more than a job’

Kim Lowe is a Camp Community College success story. Her trek from student to faculty has left a trail of quality, new nurses with careers ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

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