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VDOT reopens four I-81 rest areas

Eight months after they were shut down to save the state money, Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) reopened four Interstate 81 rest areas Wednesday, including one in Radford. In June,…

Local leaders discuss YMCA ideas, future

Nineteen local agency leaders came together Wednesday at New River Valley Agency on Aging to discuss the future of the Hensel Eckman YMCA in Pulaski The purpose of the “think…

Document details Gov. Bob McDonnell’s budget cut priorities

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Bob McDonnell’s budget-cutting strategy ranges from deep cuts in base funding for public schools to state worker furloughs and eliminating programs to aid the homeless,…

‘The blood letting is about to begin’

Although their meeting with state legislators was good, Pulaski Mayor Jeff Worrell categorized the information town officials received during a recent visit to the Virginia General Assembly as “grim. “The…

Snow, winds collapse 22 county structures

Heavy snow, coupled with occasional high winds, have collapsed a total of 17 structures that were in use in the town and five vacant structures in the county, according to…

Document details Gov. Bob McDonnell’s budget cut priorities

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Bob McDonnell’s budget-cutting strategy ranges from deep cuts in base funding for public schools to state worker furloughs and eliminating programs to aid the homeless,…

Williams named News Editor of SWT

Melinda Williams, four-year veteran of The Southwest Times, has been named News Editor by General Manager Kay Kline. “I am confident that Melinda will excel in this position and strive…

Snow, winds collapse 22 county structures

Heavy snow, coupled with occasional high winds, have collapsed a total of 17 structures that were in use in the town and five vacant structures in the county, according to…

Williams named News Editor of SWT

Melinda Williams, four-year veteran of The Southwest Times, has been named News Editor by General Manager Kay Kline. “I am confident that Melinda will excel in this position and strive…

‘The blood letting is about to begin’

Although their meeting with state legislators was good, Pulaski Mayor Jeff Worrell categorized the information town officials received during a recent visit to the Virginia General Assembly as “grim. “The…