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Long-time resident to lead Dublin parade

Each year, Dublin chooses a grand marshal to preside over the Christmas Parade who embodies the spirit of the town. This year, the grand marshal is one of Dublin’s oldest…

Council approves new police vehicles

Dublin Town Council has approved the purchase of new vehicles for its police department. The closest bids for the purchase were separated by almost $185. The results of the open…

Dublin honors lost officers

Dublin Town Council led by Mayor Benny Skeens held a moment of silence and offered some comments at their November meeting in honor of Ronnie Hamblin and Earl Hoback, retired…

Dublin teacher improving

The condition of a Dublin Elementary School teacher critically injured in a Friday afternoon wreck has been upgraded. According to Eric Earnhart, spokesman for Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital, Amy Barker…

‘We’re happy as county citizens’

A resident of the Wurno community told members of Pulaski County Board of Supervisors Monday they are happy being county citizens and “do not want to be citizens of the…

Christmas events kick off Dec. 2

Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce is inviting the public to start the Christmas holiday season in Pulaski County with a three-day schedule of fun events for the entire family, Dec.…

Woman killed in Montgomery wreck

A woman whose identity has not been released, was killed Tuesday in a two-vehicle collision on Peppers Ferry Road (Route 114) in Montgomery County. According to a Montgomery County Sheriff’s…

McCarthy receives award

Pulaski attorney Thomas J. McCarthy Jr., has been recognized with a state award for exemplary service as a member of the New River Community College Local Board. At a recent…

Hylton sentencing to be continued

The sentencing for a Pulaski woman whose toddler son died of a methadone overdose a year ago was continued Thursday. Lisa Michelle Hylton, 39, of Mashburn Avenue, was scheduled to…

Preacher guilty of sex charges

“He taught us lying was one of the worst things in the world and he used lies to deceive us,” the father of a sex offense victim said Friday after…