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Wreck claims two men, leaves another injured

Two Pulaski County men were killed and a third was seriously injured early this morning in a single-vehicle crash on Parrott River Road. According to Virginia State Police, William Dustin…

Phoenix adding jobs

Only days after enduring two devastating tornadoes, Gov. Bob McDonnell brought some good news to the local community Tuesday with the announcement Phoenix Packaging will be adding additional jobs at…

Central Gym: services center

By JENNA NICHOLS jenna@southwesttimes.com The volunteer response to the tornadoes that tore through Pulaski County Friday night has been tremendous, according to Robert Hiss, assistant county administrator. In an effort…

How you can help

For information about volunteering or making donations, call 994-2602. Pulaski County has established a Pulaski Tornado Relief Fund for monetary donations. They should be mailed or taken to the Pulaski…

Residents work to recover

With areas of Pulaski County remaining blocked off from the public, officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) worked to assess the damage left behind by Friday night’s tornado.…

Egg Hunt still on!

By JENNA NICHOLS jenna@southwesttimes.com With a flood of calls from concerned residents, the town of Pulaski wishes to inform the public that the Pulaski Easter Egg Hunt will proceed as…

Assistance for Tornado Victims

For questions and general information about safety, water usage, etc. call 994-2601. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be available at First Church of Nazarene behind Maple Shade Shopping Center at…

Items needed for tornado victims as of 4/13

Assistant Pulaski County Administrator Robert Hiss reports the county has sufficient water and tarps for tornado victims for now. Assistant Pulaski County Administrator Robert Hiss reports the county has sufficient…

Fund set up for dog injured in tornado

Terry and Dana Bishop lost their home Friday night when a tornado tore through Draper, but thanks to Faith Ryders, they didn’t lose their pet Chihuahua, Paco. Faith Ryders members…

PMS needs items for students

Pulaski Middle School Principal Dr. Michael Perry reports that the school guidance staff has set up a distribution room with items to assist PMS students who were affected by the…