News keeps you current with what is happening today and tomorrow. Newspaper articles and special notices are here in the News section. Future events are listed in the calendar.
Oakland Elementary teachers and a few sheriff’s deputies suffered a hard loss at the hand of Oakland’s fifth-graders during their March Madness basketball game Friday afternoon.
A Suffolk visionary was honored on Wednesday in the halls of the hospital he helped build and lead to prosperity.
Leaders of the Nansemond Indian Tribe and five other Virginia tribes witnessed the recent passing of a bill in the U.S. Senate that pushed them further away from decades of injustice and closer to federal recognition.
The General Federation of Women’s Clubs is an international women’s organization dedicated to community provident through volunteer service.
A vibrant Suffolk festival is back for another year of honoring the past and preserving the traditions of the area’s original inhabitants.
Way back in 1924, a group of women from the Chuckatuck area started a book club to promote a new circulating library that served the community.
The Planning Commission on Tuesday gave the nod of approval to expand the regional landfill located in Suffolk
St. John’s Episcopal Church will hold a blood drive Wednesday in memory of the Rev. Greg Ryan
By Tracy Agnew Dani Howell is the daughter and granddaughter of dentists. She grew up helping out with office work at the practice where her father, Dr. Ralph Howell, and grandfather, Dr. Leroy Howell, have cared for generations of Suffolk residents. Even so, she never felt pressure to become a dentist herself. In fact, she […]
By Alex Perry and Tracy Agnew The last day of school was filled with raucous cheering from students and teachers alike at schools across the city on Friday. At Oakland Elementary School, teachers waved pom-poms and honked noisemakers as students boarded the buses. A preschool class was the first to leave the school building. They […]