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Local job market a challenge

The unemployment rate in Pulaski County is at its lowest point since December 2008, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, many county residents have yet to feel the…

Late tax notices lead to conviction

Delinquency notices sent to citizens who had paid their real estate taxes led to multiple felony convictions against a former Pulaski County Treasurer’s Office employee Thursday. Natoya Janeice McCloud, 37,…

DUI charge filed

The driver of a pickup truck that collided with a house on MacGill Street Thursday night has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Acting Cpl.…

Brittany found in Calif.

ROANOKE (AP) – A 12-year-old girl who had been missing for a week was found unharmed Friday after she and the man accused in her abduction were recognized in a…

Brockmeyer leaving long town legacy

A well-known Pulaski native and long time dentist, Dr. Milton Brockmeyer died Wednesday at the age of 95 at LewisGale Hospital-Pulaski. Funeral arrangements are pending at Stevens Funeral Home Brockmeyer…

Local Business holds drive for toy store

The Emmanuel Bookstore and Pulaski Appliance will hold a donation drive for the Pulaski County Toy Store on Dec. 10. The donation drive will also be a celebration with cake…

Brockmeyer receptionist also dies

WOODSTOCK – Lucille Catherine Crowder, who served as Dr. Milton Brockmeyer’s receptionist for many years, died Wednesday in a nursing home in Woodstock. Her death came the same day as…

Is Pulaski museum in jeopardy?

It’s been on many wish lists for years, the Town of Pulaski has $600,000 in funds available for its construction, and some site preparation has already begun; but the question…

Seagle hearse in Roanoke

It was expected to be displayed in the Raymond F. Ratcliffe Transportation Museum when it is completed, but it now sits in the state transportation museum in Roanoke. The “it”…

Gifting of Peak Creek not easy

Dr. Glenn C. Hall Jr. says he has been trying to gift his family’s portion of Peak Creek to the Town of Pulaski for a quarter century, but doing so…