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VDOT suspends lane closures Wednesday

To ease travel during the Thanksgiving holiday, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will suspend lane closures for construction and maintenance work beginning Wednesday. Beginning at noon Wednesday, Nov. 25,…

Veterans service to be outside old courthouse

The public is invited to stop by Pulaski County’s old courthouse building Saturday, Dec. 5 for a special program entitled “A Remembrance of Veterans and Members of the Armed Forces.”…

Alliance: Rail access big weakness

Ready access to rail service is one of Pulaski’s biggest weaknesses when it comes to economic development, according to the head of New River Valley Alliance. Executive Director Aric Bopp…

High school searched for contraband

Deputies used dogs to perform a sweep of Pulaski County High School for drugs Friday, but not because of any emergency or complaint. Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis said the…

Groups want to remove houses

While some organizations, like Habitat for Humanity, refurbish and build new homes, two Pulaski organizations are looking to take down blighted structures. Clark Payne, vice chairman of Pulaski Redevelopment and…

VDOT suspends lane closures Wednesday

To ease travel during the Thanksgiving holiday, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will suspend lane closures for construction and maintenance work beginning Wednesday. Beginning at noon Wednesday, Nov. 25,…

Transportation museum bids could come in late winter

Bids for construction of the town’s new 10,000-square-foot transportation museum could be sought as early as late winter. John Hawley, Pulaski town manager, said he sees no reason at this…

Food program visited

A state delegate was invited to have lunch with Pulaski Middle School students and staff Wednesday. Elaine East, manager of the school’s cafeteria, invited Sixth District Del. Anne B. Crockett-Stark…

Driver forced off road

No one was injured Wednesday afternoon when this 2008 Dodge Charger allegedly was forced off the road by a 2009 Ford pickup truck near Thornspring Golf Club on Rt. 11…

Transportation museum bids could come in late winter

Bids for construction of the town’s new 10,000-square-foot transportation museum could be sought as early as late winter. John Hawley, Pulaski town manager, said he sees no reason at this…