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Senate OKs McDonnell’s roads plan

RICHMOND (AP) — The Democratic Senate gave overwhelming bipartisan approval Monday to Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell’s $4 billion transportation financing proposal. The 34-6 vote cleared the last major hurdle for…

Bluegrass Kinsmen to perform Saturday

New River Community College will host The Bluegrass Kinsmen and The Zephyr Lightning Bolts during its Fiddle, Banjo and Dance Club Jamboree Saturday, Feb. 12. The show begins at 6…

PCPC plans joint venture

Officer Megan Jennings, Community Crime Prevention Specialist for Pulaski Police Department and board member of Pulaski Community Partner’s Coalition, shared with PCPC members joint ventures she has in mind for…

Free flu vaccines still available

With 2011 said to have an extended flu season, local health professional want residents to know it’s not too late to get a flu vaccine. The New River Health District…

Rally to visit Fairlawn

Some 80 vehicles will take a run down the Motor Mile Dragway at Fairlawn this July as the local speedway and Radford City serve as stopping points on the 1,000-mile…

‘Elvis’ to perform Valentine’s Day

Ryan Pelton, the Elvis Presley tribute artist who drew hundreds to Jackson Park in June, will return to Pulaski Feb. 14 for a special Valentine’s Day concert. The concert, which…

New charges filed in baby death

WYTHEVILLE – Additional charges were filed Thursday against a mother and daughter arrested in connection with a newborn infant found dead in a Grahams Forge cave last week. According to…

Light sparks fire

A utility light left on in a bathroom sparked a fire that caused an estimated $15,000 in damage to a Pulaski home Thursday. Pulaski Fire Chief Bill Webb said the…

Wreck victim to receive seatbelt award

A local teacher who survived a single-vehicle wreck that sent her mini-van over a steep embankment onto the railroad tracks below will be honored for seatbelt usage later this month.…

State action slowing museum bid

Once it gets the go-ahead from state agencies, the Town of Pulaski can go to bid on the Raymond F. Ratcliffe Museum, says Town Manager John Hawley. But awaiting word…