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Suffolk's newest boutique, Cecelia's, has latest fashions and personal consultation

Belinda Taylor, a longtime customer and friend of Cecelia Strickland, tries on a hat at the new boutique and gift store in downtown Suffolk. Buy Now Belinda Taylor, a longtime customer and friend of Cecelia Strickland, tries on a hat at the new boutique and gift store in downtown Suffolk. James Tho

PILOTONLINE.COM - 2017-11-17 14:30:00

New Harbour View store in Suffolk knows how to Mix It Up

Sometimes opportunity does knock twice. It happened to Amberly and Coleman Ferguson, who just opened their second Mix It Up wine and beer store in three years. From the success of their first store in Virginia Beach, the couple opened a second location Oct. 21, on Harbour View Blvd. in Suffolk. Neit

PILOTONLINE.COM - 2017-11-17 14:00:00

Missing 19-year-old with serious medical conditions found safe, Suffolk officials say

A 19-year-old man with several serious medical conditions has been found safe and reunited with his family, police said. Christian Taylor was last seen at his home in the 5800 block of Godwin Blvd. around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Suffolk Police said in a statement. Taylor has several serious medical co

PILOTONLINE.COM - 2017-11-16 20:46:00

Nearly 300 attend college's first student leadership conference

A free event proved exceptionally successful as nearly 300 area students gathered at the Paul D. Camp Community College Regional Workforce Center to learn more about achieving their educational goals. Students Transitioning through Education Programs Successfully organized and led the first Student


Happy Holiday Card Day Parade

One of these days, we're all going to learn just what holiday is being celebrated with Suffolk's annual "Holiday Parade," which is set for 7 p.m. Dec. 9 in the downtown area. For the past several years, city officials have refused to refer to the big parade that is held in December and that features


Steinburg to seek seat in new Senate district

EDENTON - In September, Bob Steinburg hinted at the possibility of changing chambers in the North Carolina General Assembly. This week he made it official, announcing his intentions to file as a candidate for a newly expanded NC Senate District 1. Steinburg is a Chowan County Republican who has serv


Local pastors taking safety into own hands, packing heat in church

Bonnie Bradshaw and her husband SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - After the deadly church shooting in Texas, many people are wondering, "should guns be allowed in churches?" For two pastors in Suffolk, that answer is yes. 10 years ago, Bonnie Bradshaw and her husband decided to make a change. "We both felt ca

WAVY NEWS 10 - 2017-11-16 00:14:42

Holiday Beer Guide: A few brews to cozy up with

As the cooler days become more frequent, it's more tempting to pick up darker, roastier craft beers. More than a dozen breweries are open in South Hampton Roads and on the Peninsula now, so there's no shortage of bottled, canned or draft options to pick up as gifts or enjoy at your holiday gathering


Nashua woman ordered to get counseling

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup A court officer escorts Kimberly Barchard, 33, into a Superior Court courtroom Wednesday for arraignment and bail hearing on drug and driving charges. She was granted personal recognizance bail. NASHUA - The attorney representing Kimberly Barchard, a 33-year-old Nashua w

NASHUA TELEGRAPH - 2017-11-16 08:00:00

Nashua Strangulation Suspect Held On $100K Bail

NASHUA, NH - A Nashua man was arrested Thursday on domestic violence charges after police said he strangled an individual twice. Chad Silver, 34, was charged with two counts of second-degree assault and one count of criminal threatening. He was held on $100,000 bail pending an arraignment Friday in

PATCH - 2017-11-17 17:06:07

Police: Nashua man held on $100,000 bail on assault, threatening charges in domestic assault

CHAD SILVER NASHUA - A city man was held on $100,000 cash bail overnight after being arrested late Thursday on assault and criminal threatening charges in a domestic assault, police said. Chad Silver, 34, was charged with two Class B felony counts of second-degree assault and one misdemeanor accou

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-17 17:34:00

Opioid overdoses drop by 24 percent in first year of Nashua Safe Station program

The Safe Station program in Nashua celebrated its one-year anniversary Friday, with officials saying the drug recovery program has helped hundreds of people. The program has been set up at six fire stations in the city, and it allows anyone addicted to opioids or other substances to receive immediat

WMUR.COM - 2017-11-17 17:22:00

Nashua's Title I schools receive hundreds of snack donations

Staff Photo by Hannah LaClaire Preschool students had a short chant and "dance" prepared to thank the hospital representatives for being "superheroes." NASHUA - To students at Title I Staff Photo by Hannah LaClaire Preschool students had a short chant and "dance" prepared to thank the hospital repr

NASHUA TELEGRAPH - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Four Operation Granite Shield arrests made in Nashua

Arrested on drug charges in Nashua were top, from left, Denzel Moss and Nicole Trebby and bottom, from left, Chelsie Morgan and Nathan Tassie. NASHUA - Three city residents and a Hudson woman were arrested this week on drug related charges as part of Operation Granite Shield, police said Thursday.

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-16 18:38:00

Nashua's official Christmas tree arrives

Adam Urquhart Erick Faulkner, Groundskeeper and Maintenance Worker for Nashua Department of Public Works (DPW) drives the citys official Christmas tree down Main St. Check out Saturdays paper for information on the Holiday Stroll, Tree Lighting and Holiday Gift Guide for a full schedule of events. A

NASHUA TELEGRAPH - 2017-11-16 08:00:00

Official: Nashua schools in need of more substitute teachers

NASHUA - As the school district struggles to find enough substitute teachers, changes are being made to help entice and retain more more of them. "Subs are a problem," Dan Donovan, chief operating officer for the Nashua School District, recently told the Board of Education's Finance Committee. Try

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-17 04:29:00

Charges sought against teens for bringing marijuana-laced cereal to Warren school

Detectives plan to seek criminal charges against two teenagers after three eighth-graders at a Warren school were hospitalized after eating cereal tainted with marijuana. The two boys, ages 14 and 16, are accused of providing Cookie Crisp that was laced with marijuana oil, to the 13-year-old girls W

MACOMB DAILY - 2017-11-16 05:00:00

Cookie Crisp cereal doused in marijuana hospitalizes 3 Warren teens

The medical marijuana industry is poised to explode with new state regulations and taxes on the dispensaries that will sell the weed. Kathleen Gray/Detroit Free Press Cookie Crisp marijuana edibles weren't a good thing for three Warren students Wednesday morning after they were hospitalized for unk

DETROIT FREE PRESS - 2017-11-15 19:28:53

3 teens hospitalized after being pranked into eating marijuana-laced cereal at Warren school

WARREN, Mich. - A prank at a Warren middle school sent three teenagers to the hospital after they consumed edible marijuana. The Science and Math Academy called three parents Wednesday to inform them that their children had been taken to the hospital because of the prank. School officials also call

CLICKONDETROIT.COM - 2017-11-16 00:36:53

Police: Warren Bank Robber Sprays Gas, Threatens To Light Teller On Fire

WARREN (WWJ) - Police in Warren are on the hunt for a bank robber who allegedly attacked a teller with gasoline. According Warren Police Commissioner Dwyer, it happened just before 10 a.m. Wednesday at a Huntington Bank branch on 10 Mile at Schoenherr Road. (Photos: Warren police) Dwyer said a man w