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21 arrested in drug investigation

As of Friday evening, a local drug task force was able to round up almost half of the suspects being sought in connection with a six-month drug investigation. According to…

Arrest made in throat slashing

A Pulaski man is being held without bond in New River Valley Regional Jail, accused of slashing the throat of another man Friday night. Pulaski Police Department reports Douglas Lee…

Va. court upholds Morva’s death sentence

RICHMOND (AP) – A divided Virginia Supreme Court on Friday affirmed the capital murder conviction and death sentence of a jail escapee who killed a hospital guard and a sheriff’s…

Ritter pleads no contest to involuntary manslaughter

RADFORD — A Pulaski man charged with second-degree murder in the death of a Radford University last fall pled guilty Friday afternoon to a reduced charge. According to Radford Commonwealth’s…

Town attempting to move ‘eyesore’

It’s been a good while since the Town of Pulaski tried to obtain the former Allied Chemical property to relocate the Dora Highway refuse drop site there. But with the…

Sprinkler system to cost Town half of earlier estimate

Even if the Town of Pulaski chooses to foot the bill for a sprinkler system in the new train station, the most it will cost is $50,000 – not the…

Inoperable Vehicle Ordinance finally approved

Pulaski Town Council voted to approve a new Inoperable Vehicle Ordinance Tuesday, but not without further disagreement over what it should say. It appeared as though council had reached an…

Town commits $25K to art center

The Town of Pulaski Tuesday agreed to contribute $25,000 in matching funds in an effort to help the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley obtain a grant of…

Sprinkler system to cost Town half of earlier estimate

Even if the Town of Pulaski chooses to foot the bill for a sprinkler system in the new train station, the most it will cost is $50,000 – not the…

Inoperable Vehicle Ordinance finally approved

Pulaski Town Council voted to approve a new Inoperable Vehicle Ordinance Tuesday, but not without further disagreement over what it should say. It appeared as though council had reached an…