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Answer to sinkhole repair remains up in the air

The only way the Town of Pulaski can legally foot the bill to repair a collapsing culvert is to purchase the strip of land that contains the pipe, the town’s…

Man faces child porn charges

A Radford man was arrested on two felony charges, including possession of child pornography, after police executed a search warrant at his residence Saturday. According to Radford City police, Kevin…

‘They needed help before the quake’

His trip to Haiti wasn’t Jon Kilgore’s first mission trip – nor does he intend for it to he his last – but he acknowledges the conditions he saw in…

Man faces child porn charges

A Radford man was arrested on two felony charges, including possession of child pornography, after police executed a search warrant at his residence Saturday. According to Radford City police, Kevin…

McDonnell takes oath of office

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Bob McDonnell took the oath as Virginia’s 71st governor Saturday, comparing today’s fiscal crisis to her founders’ struggles, then swept his wife, Maureen, into his arms…

Students honor King Jr.

Two Texas fifth-graders were featured on NBC’s Today show yesterday as the national winners in oratory competition in honor of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. whose legacy lives…

CRISIS IN HAITI: Up Close and Personal

“I’m so glad to be home, but I don’t think I should be,” Pulaski resident Jon Kilgore said of his mission trip to Haiti. “I think I should be there…

McDonnell takes oath of office

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Bob McDonnell took the oath as Virginia’s 71st governor Saturday, comparing today’s fiscal crisis to her founders’ struggles, then swept his wife, Maureen, into his arms…

CRISIS IN HAITI: Up Close and Personal

“I’m so glad to be home, but I don’t think I should be,” Pulaski resident Jon Kilgore said of his mission trip to Haiti. “I think I should be there…

Students honor King Jr.

Two Texas fifth-graders were featured on NBC’s Today show yesterday as the national winners in oratory competition in honor of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. whose legacy lives…