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Treasure trove for Suffolk readers

One of Suffolk’s best-kept secrets is a small store on Carolina Road that sells a massive collection of cheap books, all donated by local readers ... Read more

12 months ago by Alex Perry.

A new Hope for Suffolk

As Hayden Blythe walks amidst the yarrow, larkspur and other flowers in Hope for Suffolk’s community garden at Westminster Reformed Presbyterian Church, she sees the ... Read more

12 months ago by Jimmy LaRoue.

Dancing like a family

The East Suffolk Sophisticated Steppers started their new line-dancing session with steps, turns, cha-chas and crosses. Newcomers and long-time members stepped and slid in formation ... Read more

1 year ago by Alex Perry.

From utility to artwork

More than three decades ago, a group of women decided to form the Suffolk Quilters Guild as a way to bond over activity and learn ... Read more

1 year ago by Staff Reports.

‘The Green Book’ in Suffolk

Where shall we sleep tonight?” For years, it was the unfortunate question that black travelers in America had to ask themselves, as Jim Crow laws allowed ... Read more

1 year ago by Tracy Agnew.

Going for that extra mile

They sweat and toil and ache, no matter the environment or the weather, but for some dedicated runners, that’s the only way they can move ... Read more

1 year ago by Alex Perry.

Music at Midway

The party lights were on when thousands of music fans made the scene at Midway Park’s opening in Suffolk over the July 4 weekend in ... Read more

2 years ago by Staff Reports.

Problem plants, tasty mushrooms in Suffolk

The hunt was on in the cold, calm and sunny North Suffolk morning in late October. Steven Kirkpatrick walked through the woods along Chuckatuck Creek ... Read more

2 years ago by Alex Perry.

Peanut Fest back for 41st year

It’s equal parts peanuts and shrimp, games and rides, music and vendors, fun and fall. Suffolk’s favorite autumn festival will return Oct. 4-7 at the ... Read more

2 years ago by Tracy Agnew.

Paradise on the James

For decades, Respass Beach has seemed far removed from its neighboring Churchland, Harbour View and the high speed I-664 in North Suffolk. Read more

2 years ago by Staff Reports.

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