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Crockett-Stark to fight AEP hike

Sixth District Del. Anne B. Crockett-Stark (R-Wytheville) has vowed to work with a coalition of Southwest and Southside Virginia legislators to fight prposed new electric rate increases. “I am disappointed…

Sexual predator to remain in custody

A local “violent sexual predator” who is undergoing behavioral rehabilitation in Nottoway County will remain in custody for another year. David Earl Kernodle, 51, was supposed to be in Pulaski…

Sexual predator to remain in custody

A local “violent sexual predator” who is undergoing behavioral rehabilitation in Nottoway County will remain in custody for another year. David Earl Kernodle, 51, was supposed to be in Pulaski…

Goodwill offers donation alternative

One of Goodwill Industries latest efforts to make donating easier is the unattended donations bins. Dublin’s bin has been active since March 4 in the parking lot of the New…

Goodwill offers donation alternative

One of Goodwill Industries latest efforts to make donating easier is the unattended donations bins. Dublin’s bin has been active since March 4 in the parking lot of the New…

RU student charged in child porn case

A Radford University student was arrested Thursday on child pornography charges. According to Radford City Police Lt. Andy Wilburn, 22-year-old Matthew Allen Collins, originally of Winchester, is charged with five…

Phoenix talks expansion, more jobs

The ribbon was just cut on the new Phoenix Packaging facility at Dublin Wednesday afternoon, but the company already is talking of expansion and additional jobs. “We are about 18…

Phoenix talks expansion, more jobs

The ribbon was just cut on the new Phoenix Packaging facility at Dublin Wednesday afternoon, but the company already is talking of expansion and additional jobs. “We are about 18…

County employee sentencing today

A former employee of the Pulaski County Treasurer’s Office faces up to 100 years in prison and $1 million in fines when sentenced on embezzlement charges today. Natoya Janeice McCloud,…

County employee sentencing today

A former employee of the Pulaski County Treasurer’s Office faces up to 100 years in prison and $1 million in fines when sentenced on embezzlement charges today. Natoya Janeice McCloud,…