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GPA seeks new name, discusses new business

By SARAH RBADBURY sarah@southwesttimes.com   The Greater Pulaski Alliance (GPA) held their fist meeting with new leadership Thursday, April 17 and discussed issues impacting the downtown area of Pulaski. The…

Yost appointed to Southwest Va. Cultural Heritage Foundation Board of Trustees

Pearisburg — On Monday, April 21 Delegate Joseph Yost announced his appointment by the Speaker of the House to the Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Foundation Board of Trustees.   The…

Walmart supports Pulaski County United Way services

Walmart supports Pulaski County United Way services

By SUSAN DALRYMPLE Pulaski County United Way Pulaski County United Way (PCUW) and partner agency representatives, Monica Musick, Senior Services and Amber Stanley of Big Brothers/Big Sisters explained their program…

Kidd aims to help with another term on town council

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   H.M. Kidd is shooting for another term with the Pulaski Town Council, after being appointed in 2010. “I can’t believe it’s up already,” said Kidd.…

Clark runs for third term on Pulaski Town Council

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   Councilman David Clark is looking to keep his eight-year seat on town council as he is up for re-election for a third term during the…

Safe Haven to participate in GiveBigNRV Giving Day

Safe Haven Child Visitation Centers of the New River Valley is proud to be participating in the region’s first annual GiveBigNRV Giving Day on April 23. GiveBigNRV is a community…

Medicaid expansion would cover 25,000 Va. Veterans

By KATE MILLER Capital News Service   RICHMOND — As Virginia legislators continue to debate whether to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act in the state’s two-year budget, some…

Art of the watercolor miniature at FACNRV

Art of the watercolor miniature at FACNRV

By SARAH BRADBURY sarah@southwesttimes.com   The Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley is offering a five-week session for adults interested in learning the beautiful medium of watercolor. Classes…

Institute for Policy and Governance to study behavioral health education and planning in the New River Valley

BLACKSBURG – The Institute for Policy and Governance, part of Virginia Tech’s College of Architecture and Urban Studies, is one of 10 groups nationwide awarded a grant as part of…

Wythe County celebrates E-911 telecommunicator’s week

WYTHEVILLE – Last summer, Wythe County’s combined emergency communications center began taking calls for the first time. According to Wythe County Public Information Officer Jeremy Farley, the project was a…