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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…

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…

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…

Animal shelter calls for help

Every now and then, even moms need a loving hand. In recent months, three adult cats have found their way to the Pulaski County Humane Society and each were nursing…

Pulaski County man charged with peeping

RADFORD – A 47-year-old Pulaski County man was arrested by Radford City authorities Monday on charges of being a peeping Tom. According to Radford City Department of Police Lt. R.…

Multiple burglaries investigated

RADFORD – Radford City police are asking for the public’s help in solving several burglaries on the west end of the city over the past week. Two of the break-ins…

Dukes Fall to Andrew Lewis

The Dublin Middle School Dukes football team dropped to 2-2 on the season Thursday night as they were overwhelmed by an extremely aggressive and effective Andrew Lewis offense and defense.…

Homeowners needed for Dora Highway project

Community Housing Partners is hosting an information session regarding the Dora Highway Revitalization Project on Monday from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Hensel Eckman YMCA. Part of the revitalization…

Pulaski Area Transit extending hours, reducing student fare

In an effort to attract more college students and area workers, Pulaski Area Transit (PAT) will extend its hours of operation and cut its student fare in half starting in…