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200 gallons of oil released in toppled building

It’s estimated less than 200 gallons of oil and hydraulic fluids seeped from containers damaged when the roof collapsed on a storage building at Conny Oil this past weekend. Pulaski…

Two-way street idea dead for now

It appears the idea of two-way traffic on Main Street is dead – at least for now. After a survey of downtown merchants and property owners showed most do not…

Snow collapses roof

This winter’s heavy snow proved to be too much for two buildings in the Town of Pulaski this past weekend as their roofs gave way, leaving both total losses and…

Rezoning finished for new store

Pulaski Town Council has officially completed a rezone that will clear the way for a woman to open a small convenience or community store off Magnox Drive. The rezone of…

Snow collapses roof

This winter’s heavy snow proved to be too much for two buildings in the Town of Pulaski this past weekend as their roofs gave way, leaving both total losses and…

Barber shops on upswing

As men’s styles changed, the unisex craze that swept across America 25 years ago caused barbering and barbershops to almost disappear from mainstream America. Men’s choices became limited to salons…

Rezoning finished for new store

Pulaski Town Council has officially completed a rezone that will clear the way for a woman to open a small convenience or community store off Magnox Drive. The rezone of…

Barber shops on upswing

As men’s styles changed, the unisex craze that swept across America 25 years ago caused barbering and barbershops to almost disappear from mainstream America. Men’s choices became limited to salons…

ONE BIG MESS!

Virginia Department of Transportation was encouraging motorists to stay off the road Friday morning as nearly half a foot of fresh snow had fallen by mid-day. In Carroll County, both…

Wastewater Authority to discuss rebates

With the regional waster water treatment plant continuing to experience record flows during the first quarter of its fiscal year, the executive director says he expects to discuss rebates for…