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Relay rallies for 2011 success

Cancer survivors, caregivers, team captains and others joined together Monday night to kick off the 2011 campaign to raise $78,000 for cancer research through Relay for Life of Pulaski County.…

PCPS, Chamber join to keep parents informed

Pulaski County Public Schools and the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce announced a special collaboration that will provide the parents of PCPS students the opportunity to access Parent Portal from…

Local student needs help to see the world

A local Pulaski Middle School student has been accepted into the People to People Ambassadors Program. The program is intended to connect students with individuals around the world by traveling…

Utility pole fire leaves homes in the dark

Many of the residents on Fallen Branch Road were without power Thursday afternoon. The cause of the outage was faulty equipment attached to a utility pole that caused the pole…

National Breast Cancer Month

As the nation marks the annual National Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, the American Cancer Society is encouraging women to choose to put their personal breast health first to…

Number of Virginia kids in poverty rises

The newly released 2009 Census figures confirm earlier warnings of recession-induced rise in child poverty in Virginia. Pulaski County Social Services officials said the effects of the increase are being…

RU student found dead off campus

The Radford City Police Department notified Radford University officials on Friday, Oct. 15, that a university student had been found dead in an off-campus residence earlier that afternoon. The student…

Library Photography Contest

The Pulaski County Library System is hosting its second annual photography contest. Last year, the contest was only open to 6-12 graders, but this year, anyone age 8 and up,…

Alteration in boundary plans suggested

With expansion of Pulaski town limits along the Route 11 corridor receiving opposition, one councilman is suggesting the town look at expanding out Bob White Boulevard instead. Pulaski Town Manager…

Boysaw building removed

The Town of Pulaski recently moved forward with removal of the former Dew Drop Inn building on Randolph Avenue. The building’s roof collapsed in February during heavy snows. The town…