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Two men plead guilty to 2019 five-hour armed robbery spree

A Suffolk man and a Chesapeake man pleaded guilty this week to their roles in a series of ...

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SPS ready to launch updated website

The Suffolk Public Schools website redesign is nearly complete and officials expect the new look will launch Monday, ...

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Council approves restoration of 1949 house

A residential structure located at 7622 South Quay Rd that was damaged by a fire in 2020 could ...

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Master Gardener program offers 2023 learning opportunity

By Mark C. Carroll This is the perfect time of year to think ahead and consider investing in ...

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Academic Announcements

University of Maryland Global Campus Announces Fall 2022 Graduates   Five students from Suffolk attending the University of ...

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Events including Pickleball, art and technology on tap

There is something for everyone slated for the week ahead in the City of Suffolk. Events on tap ...

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Wyne named planning and community development director

Suffolk City Manager Al Moor appointed Kevin Wyne as the city’s next director of planning and community development ...

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Franklin man indicted for May shooting at QVC

Grand Jury returns 127 indictments against 45 people A Franklin man faces seven felony indictments stemming from a ...

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CAPS Night Stay Program begins new phase in February

The Coalition Against Poverty in Suffolk begins the next phase of its Night Stay Shelter program for those ...

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Sell757 to hold Friday ribbon cutting at new W. Finney Ave. location

Sell757, located at the Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts, 110 West Finney Ave., holds a grand opening and ...

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