Duncan Suzuki

Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » Appearance » Widgets » and move Gabfire Widget: Social into that MastheadOverlay zone

Home » Archives by category » News (Page 457)

Take a ‘snapshot’ of libraries

By JEREMY NORMAN jeremy@southwesttimes.com Libraries are regaining their status as the cornerstones of communities, once again becoming places where people come together to visit, learn and share. To illustrate this…

National Bank target of phishing attacks

National Bank, which has offices in Pulaski County and other parts of the New River Valley, is warning customers to be cautious of e-mails and text messages claiming to be…

Tempers flare at BOS meeting

A Pulaski County supervisor’s attempt to repeal a four-cent hike in the county real estate tax rate sparked a heated exchange during a budget work session this week. At the…

‘Take Back’ takes in over 19K pills

Pulaski County’s first Prescription Take Back Program was deemed a success Saturday after nearly 19,800 pills were turned in for disposal. Lee Spiegel, coordinator for Pulaski Community Partners Coalition said…

With minds wide open

Minds Wide Open: Virginia Celebrates Women in the Arts is the first statewide celebration of its kind, honoring the contributions by women to arts and culture. The Fine Arts Center…

Pulaski ReStore sponsors project with area youth

In an effort to stress the environmental benefits of donating surplus building products to Habitat for Humanity of the New River Valley, the non-profit agency’s Restore in Pulaski sponsored an…

Former Dublin businessman dies

HARRISONBURG – The president and owner of Dublin Garment Company for nearly 30 years died Monday in Harrisonburg. Robert E. “Bob” Bruns died “peacefully” in his sleep, according to his…

Price of living too much for many

Nearly half of all families in Pulaski County cannot afford to rent a standard two-bedroom unit, according to recently released information. A national report that provides data on the cost…

Police taking threats seriously

RADFORD – Police are asking those attending Quadfest in Radford this weekend to be cautious and alert for suspicious activity due to a potential Internet threat being investigated. Radford City…

PCHS Players bring schools together with ‘101 Dalmatians’

A play being presented by Pulaski County High School students this weekend is bringing the entire school community together. “101 Dalmatians,” which is being presented by the PCHS Players this…