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Worrell: ‘Together we’ll be stronger’

Pulaski Mayor Jeff Worrell says the difficulties Pulaski town and county have experienced over the past few weeks makes any differences the two have had over the years pale in…

Assistance from all over

As of Monday, monetary donations had been mailed to the Pulaski Tornado Relief Fund from 79 Virginia localities and 11 other states. A tally provided to Pulaski County Board of…

VML meeting at train station

Virginia Muncipal League will hold a town section meeting at the Pulaski Train Station Thursday. Pulaski Town Manager John Hawley said VML was willing to move the meeting to another…

Worrell: ‘Together we’ll be stronger’

Pulaski Mayor Jeff Worrell says the difficulties Pulaski town and county have experienced over the past few weeks makes any differences the two have had over the years pale in…

Spring improves jobless picture

As the weather improves, the unemployment picture also is looking up. The jobless rate dropped from one- to three-tenths of a percent locally, statewide and nationwide from February to March.…

Assistance from all over

As of Monday, monetary donations had been mailed to the Pulaski Tornado Relief Fund from 79 Virginia localities and 11 other states. A tally provided to Pulaski County Board of…

Council proposes water, sewer increase

A May 18 public hearing will be held on a proposed water and sewer rate increase in the Town of Pulaski for the 2011-12 fiscal year. A time has not…

Redistricting plan approved

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors approved a redistricting plan Monday night that will essentially make three changes to existing districts. County Administrator Pete Huber said redistricting guidelines require each district…

Budget request raises concerns

By JENNA NICHOLS jenna@southwesttimes.com “Budgets are exasperating and tornadoes are…incomprehensible,” said Bill Parker, town manager, before the April Dublin Town Council meeting began. The statement described both the tone and…

Lions donate to relief fund

Dublin Lions Club presented a $30,000 check to Pulaski County Board of Supervisors Monday night for the Pulaski Tornado Relief Fund. The donation is part of a $50,000 grant provided…