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Was abducted child in Dublin?

Pulaski County-area law enforcement were investigating Friday afternoon whether a woman and her infant son who were the subjects of an Amber Alert issued in Harrisonburg were spotted at the…

Joe Sheffey to seek 7th term

Chairman Joe Sheffey announced Friday he will seek a seventh term on Pulaski County Board of Supervisors this November. A representative of Cloyd District, Sheffey has served as chairman 16…

Make sure pools, spas meet codes

It’s time to jump into the pool, but before you do, there are some things to be aware of. Residential pool and spa owners should adopt water safety steps to…

Three schools to get new leaders

When Pulaski County children return to school this fall, students at three schools will have new principals. Pulaski County Schools Superintendent Dr. Robert Becker announced by press release Thursday night…

FEMA rejects governor’s appeals

Gov. Bob McDonnell says he’ll turn to the Small Business Administration (SBA) for help now that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has denied his appeals for federal assistance for…

Locals among newest troopers

Two Pulaski County natives will begin their careers as Virginia State Troopers in Northern Virginia and the Eastern Shore after graduating from Virginia State Police Academy in Richmond last week.…

Blight, local attractions are common themes in Pulaski Council interviews

The need to market Pulaski’s “gems” and continue the battle against blight elimination were two common themes among the first five candidates interviewed for Pulaski Town Council Thursday night. Plans…

Pulaski approves new budget

Pulaski Town Council approved its 2011-12 fiscal year budget Tuesday evening, but the vote wasn’t unanimous. The $7.6 million budget was approved in a vote of 4-1, with Councilman Morgan…

Capital plan OK’d but may change

Pulaski Town Council has approved a more than $15 million five-year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP), but acknowledges projects currently on the plan may have to be removed in the future.…

Relief volunteers treated to Pulaski Mariners baseball

More than 100 volunteers in town to help clean up and make repairs to tornado-damaged homes had a chance to relax at a Pulaski Mariner’s baseball game this week. According…