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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
Cases against 3 charged with murder move forward
Court records show charges against Jeremy Harris, Thomas Nesmith, and Becca Banta including second-degree murder were certified to a grand jury in a hearing on Tuesday. The trio are charged in the death of Patrick M. Cochrane, of Suffolk, who was found shot inside of a parked car East Little Creek Road in March.Police investigating shooting incident and single-vehicle accident on Rt. 58
Police are investigating a single-vehicle accident that also involved some type of shooting incident Saturday night in the eastbound lanes of Route 58 near the Wilroy Road exit. Suffolk police officials say dispatchers were notified about the accident just after 8 p.m. A vehicle struck a guardrail and had evidence of a shooting.Family musical that's quite pink hits Suffolk on Sept. 22
The Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts in partnership with Healthy Suffolk will present "Pinkalicious The Musical" at its theater, 110 W. Finney Ave., for an 11 a.m. matinee. This one-hour musical will feature book and lyrics by Elizabeth Kann and Victoria Kann, authors of the 2006 best-selling children's book that spawned an entire series.Emergency shelters close around Hampton Roads before storm begins
Sandbags in front of Total Wine on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 21st Street in Norfolk. Hurricane Florence is expected to make landfall near along the North Carolina-South Carolina state line sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning.Water main break impacting more than 500 Suffolk homes
The break was reported at 9:15 a.m. Friday and is impacting an area from White Marsh Road from Shingle Creek south including Davis Boulevard and the communities of Stratford Terrace, Cypress Farms and Parker Riddick Apartments, according to Suffolk Public Utilities. The temporary restoration will last until 8 a.m. Saturday, when a full shutdown is made to make permanent repairs.Suffolk Police are asking for the public's help in identifying three larceny suspects.
Suffolk Police are searching for three suspects in connection to multiple larcenies and a strong arm robbery at the Family Dollar on the 800 block of West Constance Road. Officers responded to the store on Thursday, September 6 after several suspects were observed shoplifting at various times throughout the morning.Florence cancels IW Fair
Storm uncertainty forced decision Tuesday By Diana McFarland Managing editor Isle of Wight County officials have reluctantly canceled the fair due to the pending storm.First Warning Traffic - Hurricane evacuation traffic information, road work and closures
Hillsborough Drive near Shields Bridge Road : Closed after flooding washed out the road and shoulders. VDOT crews are assessing the damage and working with the Accomack County Administration and Accomack Department of Public Safety to assist residents who cannot get in and out of the development.Suffolk's SPARC Initiative weaves together art, community and economy
When Ed Beardsley founded the SPARC Initiative - which stands for Suffolk's Prime Arts, Retail and Culinary - he was creating an artistic renaissance in the city. Beardsley, owner of The Plaid Turnip restaurant on Main Street, founded the initiative last year to promote the arts and enhance the community while including local businesses, property owners and the public.Traffic accident shuts down Rt. 58 Bypass in Suffolk
SUFFOLK, Va. - Suffolk Police and firefighters are investigating a traffic accident that shut down Holland Road at Route 58 Bypass Sunday night.Main Street Center in Suffolk sold
Justin T. Bush purchased Main Street Center, the 16,340-square-foot medical office building at 114 North Main St. in Suffolk from North Main Street LLC for $1.1 million. George Fox represented the seller in the transaction.Geese hit power lines, lead to outages in Churchland and Western Branch
Some geese flying into power lines may be to blame for knocking out power to more than 7,000 people on Friday morning. As of 1:27 p.m., Dominion Energy has restored power to almost all 7,500 customers affected by the outage, spokeswoman Bonita Harris said.Man airlifted to hospital after two-vehicle crash in Suffolk
A man was hospitalized with serious injuries after a two-vehicle crash at Route 58 eastbound at the Wilroy Road exit at the Nansemond River Bridge Thursday afternoon. Shortly after 1 p.m., a call advised authorities of a crash with injuries.Town to rent goats to browse park woods
By Diana McFarland Managing editor Goats are the town's choice to remove pesky undergrowth and English ivy in Windsor Castle Park - from the kayak launch to the area around the new barns.Students across Hampton Roads head back to school for 2018-19 year
A full back-to-school guide can be found on hrScene.com . The back-to-school forecast will not feature widespread rain, but it will be hot and humid.Public Records for week of Sept. 10
Divaris Real Estate reports Justin T. Bush purchased Main Street Center, a 16,340-square-foot medical office building at 114 North Main St. in Suffolk from North Main Street LLC for $1,100,000. George Fox represented the seller in the transaction.Police tried to perform a traffic stop, but the Maryland homicide...
A man wanted in Maryland for a homicide investigation was arrested after a multi-city car chase before crashing in the Portsmouth downtown tunnel on Sunday. Virginia State Police Communications Center received a 'Be on the Lookout' from the Prince George's County Police Department in Maryland of a person of interest wanted in a homicide investigation.Suffolk Fire and Rescue responds to commercial structure fire
Suffolk Fire and Rescue responded to the scene of a commercial structure fire early Sunday morning in the 100 block of West Washington Street. Emergency Communications was contacted at 2:26 a.m. for a fire at The Lofts at One Eleven apartment building.No one injured in Route 58 crash involving wrong way driver
A driver going the wrong way on Route 58 in Suffolk caused a crash in the westbound lanes Thursday afternoon. According to Suffolk Police, the investigation revealed that around 2 p.m., a driver became confused and ended up driving against traffic on westbound Route 58. The vehicle hit another car near Bob Foeller Drive.One dead, one injured in Suffolk tractor-trailer crash
Suffolk Police and Suffolk Fire & Rescue personnel responded to a two-vehicle accident with a fatality in the 7000 block of Whaleyville Boulevard Thursday morning. The accident involved a tractor trailer and a passenger vehicle.
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