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VDOT addresses safety concerns

Virginia Department of Transportation may have axed improvements to Exit 94 from its budget, but that doesn’t necessarily mean sight distance issues can’t be addressed. David Clarke, residency maintenance manager…

Residents seek Council’s help

The residents of Valley Road and the surrounding neighborhood in Pulaski have submitted a written request to Pulaski Town Council seeking help with water pressure. A group of neighbors submitted…

DeHaven golf cart hearing Monday

Pulaski County residents will have an opportunity Monday to weigh in on a proposed ordinance to legalize golf and utility carts on two roads near DeHaven Park. The Board of…

DeHaven golf cart hearing Monday

Pulaski County residents will have an opportunity Monday to weigh in on a proposed ordinance to legalize golf and utility carts on two roads near DeHaven Park. The Board of…

Fire destroys historic home

Fire engulfed a historic Draper home Saturday, leaving it a total loss. Dalford Phillips, chief of Draper Volunteer Fire Department, said firefighters responded to the home at the corner of…

Big Event a big success

The Refreshing Center, formerly known as the Church of God, hosted a successful community outreach back to school program on Sunday. Church members have been working for more than five…

Budget correction

A story in The Southwest Times’ Sunday, Aug. 15 edition incorrectly reported figures on the Pulaski County School budget for the 2009-10 school year. The total budget was $37,867,018 and…

Schools miss education marks

A report released by the Virginia Department of Education indicates that six of eight Pulaski County schools failed to meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) guidelines established by the federal No…

Memorial Drive churches burgled

Items taken during a burglary at two area churches have been recovered, according to Pulaski police. Detective Division Lt. Mike Hudson said the break-ins occurred sometime between Sunday and Monday…

Volvo starting to see ‘positive signs’

After having numerous layoffs over the past few years, Volvo Trucks North America recently started bringing back some workers Over the last four weeks, about 30 employees have been recalled…