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Founded in 1742 by English settlers Suffolk grew into a port city on the Nansemond River. Suffolk was a transportation center with the river along with both the Petersburg and Norfolk Railroads. The city is also the original home of the Planters Peanuts company that began its life in 1912. Suffolk remains today a major peanut-processing center. Today attractions include The Dismal Swamp Wildlife Refuge, five gold courses, The Suffolk Peanut Festival, and the annual Nansemond Indian Tribal Pow Wow.

Population: 63677
Local Newspapers: The Suffolk News Herald
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Paul D Camp Community College

Zip Codes associated with suffolk, virginia: 23432 23433 23434
Towns/Cities near suffolk, virginia : Nansemond Bower's Hill Windsor

Suffolk News
Suffolk schools suffer power outage; parents asked to pick up students

Parents of students at several Suffolk schools are being asked to pick up their children from after-school activities following a power outage Friday afternoon. Dominion Power says the outage is affecting Driver Elementary, Mack Ben Jr. Elementary, Nansemond Parkway Elementary and John Yeates Middle.

Royston & District Santa Run 2017: Where will Father Christmas be stopping off this time?

Father Christmas is making his way to Royston and surrounding villages sooner that you think, thanks to the Royston & District Round Table annual Santa Run. Mantles operation directior John Roberts, second right, handing over keys to 'Santa's sleigh' to Round Table's chair Mark Parish, flanked by Round Table's Simon Owen and Adam Watkins.

Armed robbery at Suffolk Family Dollar

The robbery occurred at the Family Dollar in the 800 block of West Constance Rd. around 10 p.m., say officials with Suffolk Police. Police say the man entered the store implying he had a weapon and demanded money from the store clerk, before leaving the scene on foot, where he was joined by another man wearing all grey outside the business.

Suffolk duplex fire displaces four

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Worker injured in Suffolk industrial accident

Suffolk Police and Suffolk Fire & Rescue responded to the incident in the 1000 block of Kenyon Court at 9:47 p.m. A preliminary investigation found that a woman fell five feet to the ground from a loading dock after operating a forklift that overturned. The victim was rescued from the forklift as she continued to be restrained by her seat belt.

Students suspended after giving high-fives with push pins

Two students at King's Fork Middle School have been suspended after officials say they punctured their classmates with push pins. Bethanne Bradshaw, a spokeswoman for the Suffolk Public Schools, says the students put the push pins between their fingers and then gave students high-fives in the hallway.

Brewer wants input before prefiling bills

By Diana McFarland Managing editor Newly elected Republican Delegate Emily Brewer wants to meet with the seven localities she will represent in the Virginia House of Delegates before drafting new legislation.

Five displaced in Suffolk house fire

A family of five including three adults and two children are receiving assistance from American Red Cross after their home was destroyed by a early Tuesday morning fire. Just after 2:00 a.m., Suffolk Fire and Rescue responded to the 6100 block of Old Townpoint Road for a residential structure fire.

Suffolk hunters report driver firing gun out of window

A Suffolk man is accused of firing a shot out of a window while driving past a group of hunters. Officers responded to the area of White Marsh Road and Badger Road around 3:30 p.m. on November 22. This is near the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.

'2017 Fallen Heroes Tree' dedicated on Thanksgiving by Virginia firefighter

Bill Price and his wife dedicate the "2017 Fallen Heroes Tree" to service men and women killed in the line of duty. To Bill Price, the 214 law enforcement officer and firefighters who've died on the job in 2017 are "way more than names on a paper."

Runaway teenager from Suffolk has been located

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Holidays at HUB 757

With everything from an auditorium to playgrounds, HUB 757 in Suffolk is ready to host your next event. Jamie Mitchell and Heather Carl joined us to talk about why the Harbour View Area of Suffolk was the perfect location for their unique partnership.

Suffolk police investigating shooting

Police say early investigation indicates that the victim says he had been shot by an unknown subject at approximately 4:38 p.m while walking on Ashley Avenue in the South Saratoga area. The shooting is under investigation.

Hampton Roads to get over $2M to fix roads, land damaged by Hurricane Matthew

Hampton Roads will receive $2,201,300 from the Federal Highway Administration to help repair or reconstruct federal roads and land damaged by Hurricane Matthew, Virginia Senators Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine announced Thursday. "These funds will give communities in Hampton Roads needed resources to continue repairs to area roads damaged by the storm so they can be brought back to a safe and suitable condition," the Senators said in a statement.

Underground propane leak at rural Suffolk home

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Family, pets okay after late night fire in Suffolk

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Police in Suffolk make arrest following armed robbery

Police say that the two men robbed another man in rural Suffolk, and took two guns that the victim had on him. After robbing the victim, Ward and Myrick also fired a weapon at the victims car as he was trying to flee the scene.

Armed suspects robs 7-Eleven store in Suffolk

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Suffolk emergency reponders searching for 2 missing hunters

Josh Hall and Kendall Stephens combined to hit 12 of Nevada's program-record 17 3-pointers and Jordan Caroline had a SUFFOLK, Va. - Two hunters are reported missing in the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, according to Suffolk Police.

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