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SFD continues clean-up after overnight fire destroys Suffolk business

Rubble is all that remains of the Carts Unlimited building along N. Main St. The building burned in ...

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Suffolk man sentenced for his involvement in armed robbery of USPS carrier

A Suffolk man is one of two men sentenced to four years in prison for their involvement in ...

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Suffolk’s Cotton Rose Farm set to be auctioned

Hall and Hall Auctions announced the May 15 auction of Cotton Rose Farm, 363± acres of prime development ...

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Large crowd gathers for Gourmet Burger Bistro grand opening

An impromptu party occurred in downtown Suffolk as Gourmet Burger Bistro held its official grand opening.  Located at ...

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Multi-million-dollar defamation lawsuit filed against two SPS board members

SUFFOLK, Virginia — A multi-million-dollar defamation lawsuit against two Suffolk Public School board members was filed in Suffolk ...

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Public Hearing set for two Cypress borough precinct

In a vote of 8 to 0, Suffolk City Council approved a motion to schedule a public hearing ...

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Magnolia Gardens awarded $5 million HUD grant

Just in time for National Fair Housing Month, Suffolk’s Magnolia Gardens will see a beneficial amount of funding ...

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Third suspect in officer involved shooting turns himself in to police

Suffolk, Virginia — A third suspect, Jyshan Deonte Lee of Chesapeake surrendered to police Friday. Police say Lee ...

Sports

End of an era: Ed Young departs as Nansemond River boys basketball coach

Story by: Matthew Hatfield Ed Young is one of the last of a dying breed in Virginia High School ...

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Paul D. Camp breaks ground on new Workforce center

Suffolk, Virginia —It was a celebratory moment for Paul D. Camp Community College as local and state dignitaries ...

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