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Town will have to pay for sprinkler system

It appears the Town of Pulaski will be own its own when it comes to funding a fire suppression system for the new train station. Despite an opinion from Virginia’s…

County to begin search process for new superintendent

The Pulaski County School Board announced Wednesday that it will begin the process of hiring a new superintendent by seeking public input on qualifications for a new superintendent. The School…

Jobless rate improves in Pulaski, statewide

Although state and local unemployment figures showed slight improvements in July, the figures are most likely a product of the reference week in which they were compiled, a state employment…

Autumn Fest coming to NRV Fairgrounds

The first NRV Autumn Fest— an all day faith-based music festival— will be held Saturday, Sept. 12 at the NRV Fairgrounds in Dublin. The event will kick off at noon…

Jobless rate improves in Pulaski, statewide

Although state and local unemployment figures showed slight improvements in July, the figures are most likely a product of the reference week in which they were compiled, a state employment…

Parkes sentenced to six months

ROANOKE — An anesthetist who admitted diverting pain medications from patients for his own personal use was sentenced Wednesday to six months in federal prison. Alvin Earl Parkes, 62, of…

Autumn Fest coming to NRV Fairgrounds

The first NRV Autumn Fest— an all day faith-based music festival— will be held Saturday, Sept. 12 at the NRV Fairgrounds in Dublin. The event will kick off at noon…

Residents object to possible expansion

Pulaski Town Council hopes to find out later this month what, if any, benefit there may be to expanding its boundaries. In the meantime, a resident of the Wurno Road…

Parkes sentenced to six months

ROANOKE — An anesthetist who admitted diverting pain medications from patients for his own personal use was sentenced Wednesday to six months in federal prison. Alvin Earl Parkes, 62, of…

Residents object to possible expansion

Pulaski Town Council hopes to find out later this month what, if any, benefit there may be to expanding its boundaries. In the meantime, a resident of the Wurno Road…