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‘Cleaners’ clean out Pulaski residence

Two people who were supposed to be cleaning a Pulaski home June 12 have been charged with robbing the property owner instead. According to Pulaski Police Department, Loria Ann Henderson…

Town applying for more SPARC funding

The Town of Pulaski is applying for another year (Round 8) of low-interest home loan funding through Virginia Housing Development Authority. VHDA’s Sponsoring Partnerships and Revitalizing Communities (SPARC) has offered…

Wythe Co. won’t prosecute couple

WYTHE COUNTY – Wythe County authorities have chosen not to prosecute a North Carolina couple caught hauling a dead woman in their van earlier this month. Wythe County Sheriff Doug…

Dublin man sentenced to 30 days for peeping

A Dublin man will serve 30 days in jail after being caught "peeping" in a local tanning booth. James Michael Mitchell was charged with a class I misdemeanor after he…

Weed and grass ordinance amended

Pulaski property owners who choose to flatten their tall grass rather than mow it soon will no longer be able to use that method to skirt by the town’s weed…

Dublin man sentenced to 30 days for peeping

A Dublin man will serve 30 days in jail after being caught "peeping" in a local tanning booth. James Michael Mitchell was charged with a class I misdemeanor after he…

Weed and grass ordinance amended

Pulaski property owners who choose to flatten their tall grass rather than mow it soon will no longer be able to use that method to skirt by the town’s weed…

Supreme Court invalidates Pulaski’s noise ordinance

A Virginia Supreme Court ruling has localities, including Pulaski, scurrying to make changes to their noise ordinances. David Warburton, attorney for the Town of Pulaski, informed Pulaski Town Council Tuesday…

Star of the Bluegrass crowned

The two judges for the Star of the Bluegrass competition were ready for an evening of bluegrass entertainment Tuesday night at the New River Valley Fair. Unfortunately, only one band…

Town cannot reach consensus on inoperable vehicles

Pulaski Town Council has been batting about changes to its Inoperable Vehicle Ordinance for at least a year, but the group still is unable to reach a consensus on what…