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Crockett-Stark will seek fourth term

WYTHEVILLE – Sixth District Del. Anne B. Crockett-Stark will seek a fourth term this November, but if she’s returned to Richmond this time, she’ll have more constituents to serve and…

Volvo truck quality touted

“It’s easy to retain top quality drivers when they have a top quality truck to drive,” the chairman of a Fishersville trucking company said of Volvo trucks Wednesday. Chuck Wilson…

Child abuse nets nine months

A Pulaski woman whose son survived methadone ingestion last summer will have to serve nine months in jail. Melissa J. Southern, 23, pleaded guilty in Pulaski County Circuit Court Wednesday…

Business owner on a mission

A Georgia small business owner who is on a mission to find out why successful small businesses can’t get a loan and why veterans are not treated better, passed through…

Dublin men convicted in invasion-style robbery

Two Dublin men have been convicted in connection with an August home invasion-style robbery on Bertha Street in Pulaski. Michael Eric Beverly, 26, and Jonathan Scott Nixon, 25, each was…

Hundreds honor war dead

A couple hundred area residents and veterans gathered in Dublin Saturday morning to honor the nations’ war dead before heading to Washington, D.C. to take part in Rolling Thunder. This…

County smoking policy changed

Smokers will have to move farther away from county buildings if they want to take a puff come July 1. Pulaski County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted Monday night to…

Volvo to present 500,000th truck

Volvo Trucks North America will hold a special ceremony at its Dublin plant Wednesday to mark a milestone in the company’s history. Taking part in the ceremony will be officials…

Kilgore headed back to Haiti … with mom

The last time he took a mission trip to Haiti, he barely missed getting caught up in the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake that devastated Port-Au-Prince. It took longer than expected,…

Dublin water leak corrected

For the most part, the Town of Dublin budget is producing on target results with the exception of the amount of water the town is pumping verses what the town…