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Heavy Snow may Damage Roof, Canopies, and Awnings

Pulaski, VA: This is an Awareness Message to homeowners and businesses concerning the increased weight on roofs caused by the recent snow, sleet, and freezing rain events. Over the past…

Renovation set at $3.8M

Renovation of the TMD Friction building to accommodate the first two phases of a proposed indoor Wellness and Recreation Center would cost about $3.8 million, according to an estimate provided…

Food Lion honored by Education Association

Pulaski County Education Association recognized the staff and manager of the Memorial Drive Food Lion store with a Whole Village Award for contributions to Pulaski County Public Schools. Lynne Clark…

Town’s sewer fund just about down the drain

It hasn’t been long since drought was threatening to dry up Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority’s revenue stream. Now, the Town of Pulaski is watching its sewer fund almost…

Discussion begins on Pulaski school budget cuts

The Pulaski County School Board looked at the proposed budget in a three-hour long meeting last night. Keeping the school system operating facing a proposed $3.5 million deficit is the…

Renovation set at $3.8M

Renovation of the TMD Friction building to accommodate the first two phases of a proposed indoor Wellness and Recreation Center would cost about $3.8 million, according to an estimate provided…

Food Lion honored by Education Association

Pulaski County Education Association recognized the staff and manager of the Memorial Drive Food Lion store with a Whole Village Award for contributions to Pulaski County Public Schools. Lynne Clark…

Town’s sewer fund just about down the drain

It hasn’t been long since drought was threatening to dry up Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority’s revenue stream. Now, the Town of Pulaski is watching its sewer fund almost…

Discussion begins on Pulaski school budget cuts

The Pulaski County School Board looked at the proposed budget in a three-hour long meeting last night. Keeping the school system operating facing a proposed $3.5 million deficit is the…

YMCA discusses its future

Even though the plight of the Hensel Eckman YMCA has been brought to the forefront by discussion about a county wellness center, “Y” officials say they have been talking with…