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Council approves housing agreement

Dublin Town Council approved a cooperation agreement with the Housing and Urban Development Home Investment Partnership Program at its January meeting. Through this agreement, the program will design and implement…

Moose Lodge backs Alaska mission trip

“The way the economy is now, without groups like (Pulaski Moose Lodge), mission trips like this wouldn’t be possible,” said Tom Hager. Hager recently accepted a $2,000 donation from Pulaski…

Dublin man charged with child solicitation

CHRISTIANSBURG – A Dublin man was indicted in Montgomery County Circuit Court last week for allegedly soliciting sex from a child. .According to the Virginia Judicial System Web site, Christopher…

Pulaski presented train station coin

Pulaski Town Councilman Larry Clevinger II presented the town with a limited edition coin Monday night that was minted to commemorate the rebirth of the train station. Clevinger presented Mayor…

Pulaski residents held in murder

BLUEFIELD, W.Va. – Three Pulaski residents, including a juvenile, are being held on murder charges after allegedly forcing their way into a Bluefield, W.Va. residence and killing a 17-year-old boy.…

Ruling sustains town rights

At the January meeting of Dublin town council, town manager Bill Park announced a victory for small town water charges through a Virginia Supreme Court case, Town of Leesburg v.…

Walking for awareness

Last week, Pulaski County residents may have seen Steve Young, a cross-country traveler, walking along Route. 11. Though Young has collected many stories and memories during his travels, his reason…

Dublin man charged with child solicitation

CHRISTIANSBURG – A Dublin man was indicted in Montgomery County Circuit Court last week for allegedly soliciting sex from a child. .According to the Virginia Judicial System Web site, Christopher…

Pulaski presented train station coin

Pulaski Town Councilman Larry Clevinger II presented the town with a limited edition coin Monday night that was minted to commemorate the rebirth of the train station. Clevinger presented Mayor…

Pulaski residents held in murder

BLUEFIELD, W.Va. – Three Pulaski residents, including a juvenile, are being held on murder charges after allegedly forcing their way into a Bluefield, W.Va. residence and killing a 17-year-old boy.…