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Hedge honored with resolution

The service of a long-time Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office lieutenant who died in January was commended Monday in a Memorial Resolution passed by Pulaski County Board of Supervisors. Maynard S.…

Contractor school approved

The approval of a special use permit Monday night cleared the way for the former William Gresham Elementary School building in New River to be sold and turned into a…

Contractor school approved

The approval of a special use permit Monday night cleared the way for the former William Gresham Elementary School building in New River to be sold and turned into a…

Bridge construction inching forward

Virginia Department of Transportation officials met with contractors on the Route 114 bridge project last week, inching ever closer to a construction date. David Clarke, residency manager for VDOT, told…

Bridge construction inching forward

Virginia Department of Transportation officials met with contractors on the Route 114 bridge project last week, inching ever closer to a construction date. David Clarke, residency manager for VDOT, told…

Fire under investigation

A fire that damaged a home on Pepper Street Tuesday is under investigation. Pulaski Fire Department Capt. B.K. Cole said the department got a call of the fire, at 832…

Fire under investigation

A fire that damaged a home on Pepper Street Tuesday is under investigation. Pulaski Fire Department Capt. B.K. Cole said the department got a call of the fire, at 832…

Radford getting new industry, jobs

RADFORD – A Montgomery County company that develops, manufactures and distributes medical diagnostics products will expand its operations to Radford, initially creating 20 new jobs. TECHLAB Inc. will invest $3…

Radford getting new industry, jobs

RADFORD – A Montgomery County company that develops, manufactures and distributes medical diagnostics products will expand its operations to Radford, initially creating 20 new jobs. TECHLAB Inc. will invest $3…

Dead heat pump may be blessing

Having your heat pump die in the middle of January isn’t a pleasant situation, but for Candy and Jimmy Moore of Pulaski it may turn out to be a blessing…