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Health District urges rabies vaccinations

Pet owners and lovers are encouraged to “Protect the Ones You Love, Vaccinate Your Pets” by the New River Health District (NRHD) during Rabies Awareness Week, Sept. 27 through Oct.…

"Almost McGraw" getting closer

As the Pulaski Theatre prepares for the ""Almost McGraw"" concert, other area business are preparing accommodations for the show’s star and supporting crew. "The community has been so supportive of…

Gatewood to be closed weekdays

Due to construction work and reduced attendance during the month of October, Gatewood Reservoir and Campground will be closing early this year. Pulaski Town Council, Tuesday, authorized Parks and Facilities…

Pulaski owed $124,000 for abatements

In an effort to recover some of its costs for nuisance abatement, the Town of Pulaski will begin to pursue collection on six building demolitions that date back to 2002.…

St. Albans to host ‘Ghost Hunters’

St. Albans in Fairlawn will host two supernatural stars, Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango of Syfy’s Ghost Hunters, this Saturday, Sept. 25. The pair will be visiting the location for…

Attempted murder charged

A Pulaski man was jailed Tuesday for attempted murder and a woman is hospitalized as the result of a Saturday domestic incident police say left the woman in serious condition.…

Motorist injured in head-on crash with bus

A Fairlawn woman was seriously injured Tuesday afternoon in a head-on collision with a Pulaski County school bus. No children were on the bus at the time, police said. The…

Christmas Store Gala Sunday

The Pulaski County Christmas Store will host the second annual “Sweets and Treats Gala” to raise funds in preparation for the Christmas season. The Christmas Store serves children of Pulaski…

Local fireman to be remembered

EMMITSBURG, Md. – A Pulaski firefighter who died last summer will be among firefighters honored in October during the 29th Annual National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service. Jeffrey H. Reed was…

Meth lab found in Radford hotel

On Friday, Radford City Police Officers were called to a hotel room in the 1600 block of Tyler Avenue in response to complaints about potential drug use. Instead, they found…