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Is Town of Pulaski going Hollywood?

The Town of Pulaski may soon be in the movies. No. It’s not going to be the backdrop for a Hollywood production. Instead, it would be the subject of a…

Move trucks to trains, hope of railroad, county leaders

Pulaski County is lending its support to an effort by Norfolk Southern to get some truck traffic off Interstate 81 and on the nation’s rails instead. The railroad company is…

Budget cut could crumble area bridges

Newly proposed revisions to the state’s transportation budget could set back two local bridge projects, according to a Virginia Department of Transportation official. David Clarke, VDOT resident engineer, said proposed…

Black Friday Bonanza

Long before the official opening of Black Friday shopping spree at 5 a.m. Friday morning, an estimated 300 customers were piling up as early as 3:30 a.m. at the Wal-Mart…

Crash truck donated to Pulaski Fire

REMSI Station 5 has donated its vehicle extrication (crash) truck and about $45,000 worth of related equipment to Pulaski Fire Department in order to speed up response to incidents requiring…

Is Town of Pulaski going Hollywood?

The Town of Pulaski may soon be in the movies. No. It’s not going to be the backdrop for a Hollywood production. Instead, it would be the subject of a…

Move trucks to trains, hope of railroad, county leaders

Pulaski County is lending its support to an effort by Norfolk Southern to get some truck traffic off Interstate 81 and on the nation’s rails instead. The railroad company is…

Budget cut could crumble area bridges

Newly proposed revisions to the state’s transportation budget could set back two local bridge projects, according to a Virginia Department of Transportation official. David Clarke, VDOT resident engineer, said proposed…

Black Friday Bonanza

Long before the official opening of Black Friday shopping spree at 5 a.m. Friday morning, an estimated 300 customers were piling up as early as 3:30 a.m. at the Wal-Mart…

GPS confusing, misleading truckers

A Pulaski County supervisor says it is time the state legislature takes action to address problems with GPS equipment sending tractor-trailer trucks onto roads ill-equipped to handle them. Ingles District…