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Sale of tax credits suggested

A Roanoke firm would like the Town of Pulaski to sell tax credits on the Pulaski Train Station rebuild, but the town’s attorney has some concerns about the proposal. Adam…

PDs could be affected by budget cuts

House Bill 599 (HB599) concerns state assistance to localities with police departments and covers 126 towns, 42 cities and nine counties, including Dublin and Pulaski PDs. Dublin Town Council learned…

Farm-to-Table celebrates 1st year

Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce’s Pulaski Fresh Farm-to-Table initiative will celebrate its first anniversary with a potluck and social Thursday, March 3. The program grew out of the community and…

PCPC seeks committee help

If you have some spare time and a desire to help combat substance abuse in the community, Pulaski Community Partners Coalition (PCPC) has some committees that could use your assistance.…

Sale of tax credits suggested

A Roanoke firm would like the Town of Pulaski to sell tax credits on the Pulaski Train Station rebuild, but the town’s attorney has some concerns about the proposal. Adam…

More jobs coming to region

A $100 million order from Norfolk Southern Railway Co. will bring about 200 more jobs to the region, offering an employment opportunity for those able to commute to Roanoke. Gov.…

PCHS students win big at SkillsUSA competition

The month of February is Career and Technical Education month and the students of the co-curricular organization SkillsUSA have been busy. Currently, the Pulaski County High School SkillsUSA chapter is…

Scott creates device to aid military

Basil H. Scott Jr., as a member of the Kauai team Oceanit, helped to invent and patent the Hostile Fire Detection System (HFDS). Among its honors, the team presented the…

Photos headed to Chicago

Around 40 historic photos from the Pulaski Train Station fire will soon be headed to Chicago for restoration, but getting them there may be “a bit of a challenge,” according…

More jobs coming to region

A $100 million order from Norfolk Southern Railway Co. will bring about 200 more jobs to the region, offering an employment opportunity for those able to commute to Roanoke. Gov.…