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Giles woman faces 30 years for identity theft

A 47-year-old Narrows woman faces up to 30 years in federal prison after pleading guilty Monday to charges related to identity thefts. Jill Abel Dunford pled guilty in the United…

Post house numbers, save a life

Pulaski county emergency service agencies are asking all residents to make sure their house numbers are visible from the street. When emergency units respond to a call, valuable time can…

Giles woman faces 30 years for identity theft

A 47-year-old Narrows woman faces up to 30 years in federal prison after pleading guilty Monday to charges related to identity thefts. Jill Abel Dunford pled guilty in the United…

Va. ranked 39th in stimulus spending

WASHINGTON (AP) — The District and Maryland have been ranked higher than Virginia on a scale that studied how states decided to spend federal stimulus dollars intended for transportation. Virginia…

Post house numbers, save a life

Pulaski county emergency service agencies are asking all residents to make sure their house numbers are visible from the street. When emergency units respond to a call, valuable time can…

Va. ranked 39th in stimulus spending

WASHINGTON (AP) — The District and Maryland have been ranked higher than Virginia on a scale that studied how states decided to spend federal stimulus dollars intended for transportation. Virginia…

Hearing on AEP rate increase July 1

Citizens with concerns about Appalachian Power’s fuel rate request can express those concerns during a public hearing on July 1 in Wytheville. The State Corporation Commission (SCC) will hold the…

Pulaski County Public Schools’ Superintendent to retire

Paul L. Phillips, chairperson, Pulaski County Public Schools, has announced that the Pulaski County School Board has accepted the resignation of Donald E. Stowers, superintendent, effective January 1, 2010. Stowers…

Fairlawn Bojangles robbed Thursday night

The Fairlawn Bojangles was robbed Thursday night when an employee was strapped with a device he believed to be a bomb and was ordered to bring the robber money from…

Too early to predict Mack impact on Volvo

Employment at Dublin’s Volvo plant will be impacted by the move of Mack trucks production to Pennsylvania, but it’s too early to predict the extent of the impact, according to…