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Authority asked to join power program

The local wastewater treatment authority is being asked to help out during periods of high power demand this summer by switching over to emergency power. A representative of Energy Connect…

Dublin mourns valued citizen

On Feb. 23, Pulaski County and the Town of Dublin lost another great citizen and friend. Robert “Buzz” Cecil, a resident of Claytor Lake, passed away Wednesday night and will…

RSVP helps honor hospitalized veterans

Pulaski County volunteers joined with volunteers from other area localities Feb. 17 to help brighten the day of hospitalized military veterans. As part of National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans Week,…

Virginia tightens abortion laws

RICHMOND – One of Pulaski County’s Democrat senators joined Republicans Thursday to help pass legislation that some say could result in the closing of many of Virginia’s 21 abortion clinics.…

PDs could be affected by budget cuts

House Bill 599 (HB599) concerns state assistance to localities with police departments and covers 126 towns, 42 cities and nine counties, including Dublin and Pulaski PDs. Dublin Town Council learned…

Farm-to-Table celebrates 1st year

Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce’s Pulaski Fresh Farm-to-Table initiative will celebrate its first anniversary with a potluck and social Thursday, March 3. The program grew out of the community and…

PCPC seeks committee help

If you have some spare time and a desire to help combat substance abuse in the community, Pulaski Community Partners Coalition (PCPC) has some committees that could use your assistance.…

Sale of tax credits suggested

A Roanoke firm would like the Town of Pulaski to sell tax credits on the Pulaski Train Station rebuild, but the town’s attorney has some concerns about the proposal. Adam…

PDs could be affected by budget cuts

House Bill 599 (HB599) concerns state assistance to localities with police departments and covers 126 towns, 42 cities and nine counties, including Dublin and Pulaski PDs. Dublin Town Council learned…

Farm-to-Table celebrates 1st year

Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce’s Pulaski Fresh Farm-to-Table initiative will celebrate its first anniversary with a potluck and social Thursday, March 3. The program grew out of the community and…