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The Greater Chuckatuck Historical Foundation is finalizing the contents of its book of the area’s history and hopes to have the book ready for purchase by December.
A large fallen tree limb pulled phone and power lines down Monday morning on Kings Highway, causing electrical fires at surrounding houses. The incident also resulted in the closing of a portion of the road from Crittenden Road to Godwin Boulevard for several hours and lengthy power outages.
If the Nansemond River were a grade-school student, its parents would be very disappointed.
None of Suffolk’s post offices will be closing under an efficiency plan announced by the U.S. Postal Service on Friday. he post offices in Chuckatuck and other Suffolk areas had their retail hours cut this fall, to the ire of many local residents and business owners. However, the Chuckatuck station now is open 24 hours […]
Recognizing the fact that things are changing in the city’s villages, too, the Chuckatuck Historical Foundation, a group of private citizens in the old community, is working to do its part to preserve the history that would be forgotten as new residents move into the area, as new developments swallow up old farms and as […]
The Chuckatuck Historical Foundation is making its last call for pictures and information to be included in a book on the area’s history. The foundation has drafted a schedule and hired editors that will help them navigate from the written information and compiled photographs to the priced and finished product.
…the city agreed last week to give the Nansemonds roughly 100 acres of prime riverfront land in Lone Star Lakes Park. The tribe plans to use it for Mattanock Town, an $8 million replica of a 17th century village, cultural center and burial ground.
Few places in Hampton Roads are as fun to say. Chuck-a-tuck. The village, in northwestern Suffolk by the Nansemond River, gained prominence as a crossroads in the days of stagecoaches, said Lynn K. Rose, chairman of the Greater Chuckatuck Historical Foundation.