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Take a stand against crime

Pulaski Crime Prevention Officer Megan Jennings is encouraging all town residents to take a stand against crime and join a Neighborhood Watch group today. There are several simple steps to…

Heinline named to ‘Who’s Who’

What he first thought to be a scam actually turned out to be an honor for Pulaski Area Transit (PAT) Manager Gary Heinline. Heinline recently learned he was named to…

Mark Warner visits Draper Mercantile

Virginia Senator Mark Warner met with a group of local leaders to discuss a variety of topics at the Draper Mercantile on Saturday. Warner visited the New River Valley Fair…

PCH Cancer Center Additions Complete

The Cancer Care Center of Pulaski Community Hospital has completed renovations and the installation of new state-of-the-art equipment. The new technology, a linear accelerator, administers radiation treatments to a specifically…

VA Clinic breaks ground

WYTHEVILLE – Area veterans will no longer have to drive to Salem to receive routine medical care when a new Veterans Administration outpatient clinic is completed early next year. Ninth…

Pulaski artist paints history

Ken Smith’s career has consisted of a mix of graphic design, painting and illustrations. Currently, Smith is an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Radford University. Although his school year…

Council looking to clear Peak Creek

When flooding rains hit Pulaski in March, public safety officials and businesses were shocked to find water overflowing the downtown retaining walls. At that time, several long-time residents said it…

Legal action sought on collapsed building

Pulaski Town Council is seeking to take legal action to get condemned buildings removed from Main Street and Randolph Avenue. Council voted unanimously earlier this week to pursue every legal…

Virginia considers teacher-evaluation system

The state Department of Education is examining how teachers and administrators are evaluated and considering issuing guidelines that would tie teacher pay to student performance. The education department plans to…

Town focus turns to depot interior

Now that most of the exterior work on the train station has been completed, it’s time for Pulaski Town Council to turn its attention to the interior furnishings. Council members…