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COVID-19 cases increase 18 percent

Virginia saw an 18-percent increase in total confirmed cases of COVID-19 from Tuesday to Wednesday. There are now 1,484 cases. There have been 208 hospitalizations ... Read more

8 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Sweet 16 honk-a-thon

One Suffolk teen celebrated her Sweet 16 birthday in unusual style on Monday — at home. Molly Brennan’s family made sure plenty of people knew ... Read more

23 hours ago by Tracy Agnew.

‘Love Local, Buy Suffolk’

This week, the Virginia Restaurant, Lodging & Travel Association is partnering with Virginia Tourism Corporation to promote “Virginia is for Restaurant Lovers Take Out Week.” According ... Read more

1 day ago by Alex Perry.

ACCESS still helping college-bound students

During a time of uncertainty and disappointment for a lot of high school seniors, the ACCESS College Foundation wants students to know it’s still available ... Read more

1 day ago by Tracy Agnew.

Brief council meeting follows guidelines

Just over three months ago, the Suffolk City Council held regular meetings that were filled to capacity and overflowed into the hallway of City Hall. ... Read more

1 day ago by Jimmy LaRoue.

Suffolk couple recovering

Likely COVID-19 patients say they are on the mend A Suffolk couple who likely had COVID-19 say they are on the mend after being sick ... Read more

1 day ago by Tracy Agnew.

Drive-through testing closed

Sentara Healthcare announced on Tuesday that its COVID-19 drive-through screening and testing sites are closed until further notice. The community update on Tuesday states that ... Read more

1 day ago by Staff Reports.

COVID-19 cases rise more than 22 percent

The state of Virginia now has 1,250 confirmed cases of COVID-19, according to the latest number released by the Virginia Department of Health on Tuesday ... Read more

1 day ago by Staff Reports.

Suffolk man charged in Saturday incidents

A Suffolk man has been charged with a raft of felonies in an early-morning incident on Saturday. The incident started with reports of shots fired ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Division rolls out learning plan

With schools closed for the rest of the academic year, Suffolk Public Schools Superintendent Dr. John B. Gordon III has rolled out the division’s learning ... Read more

2 days ago by Jimmy LaRoue.

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