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Teen court planning underway

Furthering its mission to develop a local teen court, Pulaski Community Partners Coalition (PCPC) received instruction Friday on the process of starting and running a successful teen court. Greg Puckett,…

Pulaski Village Residents Assoc. celebrates 20 yrs.

Pulaski Village is a community of housing for elderly and disable residents. In April 1990, applicants met at the Senior Citizen Center of Pulaski to apply for housing. Applicants began…

Dublin native’s play performed in Poland

NADWARCIANSKI GROD-ZALECZE, Poland – Fary Wyrick Anderson, a well-known former Dublin musician who died this past October at age 94, is being remembered in a performance of her play “The…

New River man charged in drug search

A New River man was arrested on drug charges Thursday night when the local drug task force executed a search warrant at his home. Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis said…

Toddler survives drug ingestion

A Pulaski woman is in custody on a charge of felony child neglect after her three-year-old child ingested liquid methadone allegedly left unsecured in a kitchen. According to Pulaski Police…

Former officer admits dealing drugs on duty

ROANOKE – A former Pulaski police officer admitted Friday that he not only sold, but also bought, methamphetamine inside his police car while on duty. Christopher Franklin Bond, 32, of…

NRV Airport begins runway rehab

Congressman Rick Boucher (D-Virginia) joined area officials at the New River Valley Airport in Dublin Monday to celebrate the groundbreaking of the runway rehabilitation project. The process for this project…

Pulaski prohibits open air burning

Dry weather prompted the Town of Pulaski to issue a ban on open air burning. As a result of the ban, no open air burning is permitted within the town…

Pulaski council faces $400,000 dilemma

Should the Town of Pulaski use some of its urban transportation funds to make improvements to Exit 94 outside the town limits, or wait for the state to improve the…

Mercury continues to rise

A few months ago, our region was battling one of the harshest winters in recent memory. The hillsides were buried under snow for months and households struggled to maintain warm…