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McHarg Elementary hosts Breakfast with Santa

McHarg Elementary hosts Breakfast with Santa

            By TRAVIS HANDY travis@southwesttimes.com RADFORD-McHarg Elementary School in Radford had a celebration of the season over the weekend, offering students and parents an opportunity…

Arson suspects sought in Radford

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com RADFORD – Radford City Police are seeking the person or persons responsible for setting more than a dozen fires near the Radford University campus since the…

Christmas raffle benefits homeless dogs and cats

Take an opportunity to win something fun for you and your pet while supporting Pulaski County Humane Society. PCHS invites you to take a chance to win a dog or…

PCPS takes measures to ensure schools are safe and secure

By NEESEY PAYNE neesey@southwesttimes.com Just like April 16, 2007 – the day of the Virginia Tech massacre – Dec. 14, 2012 will be a day Americans will never forget. The…

Nurse’s drug charges advanced

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Two drug charges filed against a former nurse at a Dublin rehabilitation center were certified to a grand jury Monday. The charges against Melissa Broyles, 42,…

Walmart volunteers earn grant for Humane Society

Walmart volunteers earn grant for Humane Society

              By TRAVIS HANDY travis@southwesttimes.com Fairlawn Walmart employees set out to raise money for a good cause and in the process, volunteers managed to…

Heartwood impact put at $8 million

Heartwood recently got the gift that keeps on giving when Virginia Tourism Corporation’s vice president of research estimated the center’s economic impact at $8 million during its first year. Elizabeth…

Southern’s ‘iron’ will pays off

Southern’s ‘iron’ will pays off

                By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Physical activity has always been a part of Dr. Cynthia Southern’s life, but competing in a Half Iron…

Study reveals ‘troubling’ trends

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com After 18 months of studying the region, New River Valley Planning District Commission’s Livability Initiative has uncovered some trends that could have a major impact on…

Lady Cougars send holiday cheer to troops

Lady Cougars send holiday cheer to troops

By DAVID GRAVELY sports@southwesttimes.com The Pulaski County Lady Cougars are still working hard to find their way this season, but they are also working hard off the court.  After conducting an…