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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.
Local Newspapers: The Suffolk News Herald
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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
Blue Bell Ice Cream announced Wednesday they are planning to construct a 14,000-square-foot distribution facility in the Northgate Commerce Park this year. Officials made the announcement after the Suffolk Economic Development Authority's meeting where a vote was passed to provide Blue Bell with an Economic Development Investment Program grant.Suffolk honored its top doctor and a hometown native
Mayor Linda T. Johnson and Vice Mayor Leroy Bennett unveiled one of two plaques to be permanently displayed at the Health & Human Services Building in honor of Dr. L.D. Britt. Mayor Linda T. Johnson and Vice Mayor Leroy Bennett unveiled one of two plaques to be permanently displayed at the Health & Human Services Building in honor of Dr. L.D. Britt.Firefighters battle debris fire at John C. Holland landfill
Suffolk Fire and Rescue officials say a citizen alerted emergency dispatchers about the fire around 6:45 p.m. when they spotted smoke in the 4800 block of Nansemond Parkway.Suffolk firefighters respond to debris fire at landfill
A citizen alerted dispatchers to smoke in the area of 4800 Nansemond Parkway around 6:42 p.m., and the first unit arrived at the scene minutes later. Upon arrival, firefighters found several large piles - containing tires, creosote timbers and general debris - in close proximity to one another that were on fire.Blue Bell distribution facility coming to Suffolk in 2019
Blue Bell Creameries announced earlier this week that it will begin construction on a new distribution center in Suffolk's Northgate Commerce Park this year. The 14,000-square foot facility is expected to be completed sometime in 2019.Man killed in crash involving tractor-trailer on the Western Freeway
A Newport News man was killed in an accident involving a tractor trailer near the Suffolk-Portsmouth line on Thursday. The accident happened on the Western Freeway at the College Drive exit, just before 3 a.m. That's about a half-mile from the Town Point Road exit.Got weekend plans? Here's a list of what's happening.
Country music star Joe Nichols will perform Saturday at 12:30 p.m. at Foreman Field just before Old Dominion's spring football game. The performance is free and open to the general public.Portsmouth Police investigating fatal crash involving tractor-trailer
The crash involved a passenger car and a tractor trailer. The driver of the car was pronounced deceased at the scene.Second suspect arrested in Hampton triple shooting that left one dead
Police say they have taken 31-year-old Donte Demille Hampton of Suffolk into custody with help from the U.S. Marshals Task Force. The first suspect arrested in connection to this homicide on Kathann Drive was 29-year-old Willie Darez Milligan, Jr. of Newport News.Thieves break into vehicles, use stolen credit cards in Suffolk
Suffolk Police say several suspects broke into vehicles on three different days and used the stolen credit cards in local stores. Police believe the suspects pictured above are responsible for at least two thefts from vehicles and stolen credit card offenses that happened in the 2800 block of Godwin Boulevard on March 12th, 16th and 21st.Isle of Wight ranks among healthier counties
The suspect in an early morning police chase that spanned two cities fired a shot at officers, police officials say. Detective K.R Pacheco with the Chesapeake Police Department says officers stopped someone driving a vehicle described as a silver Ford Mustang for a traffic violation around 4:25 a.m. Tuesday on South Military Highway.Residents displaced, firefighter injured by early Monday house fire in Suffolk
Battalion Chief Demetri Wilson advised that upon arrival at the single story ranch firefighters found heavy flames showing from the back of the house with flames extending into the attic. One firefighter was injured while fighting the fire.Portsmouth murder victim led police to her killer moments before death
It states that on February 13th, Wilson called police dispatch to report that she was being followed by her ex-boyfriend, Jarvis Deloatch. She told the dispatcher he brandished a gun at her.Could your sinks and toilets fight sea-level rise in Hampton Roads?
Water in one of seven aeration tanks at Nansemond Water Treatment Plant on Armstead Road in Suffolk, Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015. Tim Scott, Nansemond Treatment Plant's Lead Operator, provides a tour of the Nansemond Water Treatment Plant on Armstead Road in Suffolk, Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015.Man sentenced after Suffolk small plane crash
A man who admitted he didn't have a pilot's license after crashing a plane in Suffolk has been sentenced to 14 days in jail. Robert Gray Jr. crashed his 1972 Piper Aircraft in a field near the intersection of Cherrygrove Road and Greenway Road in July 2017.College student pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter in texting and driving case
A Suffolk man charged in connection to a crash that killed one man and injured another in April pleaded guilty to two charges in front of a Suffolk judge Thursday. Camren Lamar Artis, 19, pleaded guilty to charges of involuntary manslaughter and texting while operating a vehicle.
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