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APCo. contributes funds for assistance

Appalachian Power Co. is contributing more than $1 million to help low-income customers pay their utility bills. “We recognize that the electric heating costs can be difficult for many customers…

Seniors, kids keep ‘connected’

For three years a group New River Valley Agency on Aging seniors gathered at Pulaski Elementary School every Tuesday and Thursday morning for what they called a “Friendship Café.” As…

The Traditions returning to Pulaski Theatre

The Friends of The Pulaski Theater, a not-for-profit citizens’ organization, has restored the theater in the hopes of bringing motion pictures back to downtown, as well as using the theater…

Randolph Foundation awarding $200,000

A $200,000 gift from Randolph House of Pulaski Foundation will provide much-needed funds to five Pulaski County not-for-profit agencies. Foundation President Benny Keister announced the five separate awards that will…

GPA explores downtown strategies

ABINGDON – Pulaski Town Manager John Hawley and Greater Pulaski Alliance board members recently joined 70 downtown revitalization professionals and volunteers from across Virginia for training by Virginia Main Street…

One injured in two wrecks on Cloyd’s Mountain

One person was injured in two separate wrecks on Cloyd’s Mountain Thursday. Pulaski County Sheriff’s Officer Capt. Jeff Saunders said one of the wrecks occurred at 6 a.m. near Lilly…

Public hearing for Claytor Lake drawdown set

Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) will hold a public hearing on drawdown and water quality issues concerning Claytor Lake Thursday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. at Pulaski County High…

Wreck victim recognized for belt use

If Brittany Branch had not chosen to wear her seatbelt when she got behind the wheel of her 2006 Toyota last June, she most likely would have been seriously injured…

Dublin receives grant

A $50,000 federal grant is being provided to the Town of Dublin to assist with the purchase of three new police vehicles, Ninth District Cong. Rick Boucher announced Wednesday. The…

RU students to clean up New River

The month of September kicked off the fall Stewardship Virginia campaign. A group of students from Radford University hopes to help the surrounding communities by organizing a cleanup of the…