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Draper plan receives funding

A plan to develop the Draper Corridor is one of 14 projects chosen to receive a grant through Virginia’s Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Area Development program. The Virginia Department of…

Four accused of making meth

CHRISTIANSBURG – Four people were arrested Friday night when police found an alleged methamphetamine lab while serving a warrant. According to Christiansburg Police Department Major Dalton Reid, officers were attempting…

Capital murder charged in Papa John’s murder case

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com The man accused of gunning down his boss in a Radford Papa John’s restaurant last October was indicted on five new charges Friday, including capital murder.…

Scoreboard to get new ‘guts’

Mariners baseball fans shouldn’t have to worry about a flashing scoreboard this summer. Pulaski Town Council recently voted to have the “guts” of the current scoreboard stripped out and replaced…

Obtaining stone delaying monument

Obtaining stone to match the Pulaski County Courthouse is delaying replacement of the eternal flame veterans’ memorial. Assistant County Administrator Robert Hiss said Randall Jones, who will make the monument,…

Capital murder charged in Papa John’s murder case

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com The man accused of gunning down his boss in a Radford Papa John’s restaurant last October was indicted on five new charges Friday, including capital murder.…

Scoreboard to get new ‘guts’

Mariners baseball fans shouldn’t have to worry about a flashing scoreboard this summer. Pulaski Town Council recently voted to have the “guts” of the current scoreboard stripped out and replaced…

Obtaining stone delaying monument

Obtaining stone to match the Pulaski County Courthouse is delaying replacement of the eternal flame veterans’ memorial. Assistant County Administrator Robert Hiss said Randall Jones, who will make the monument,…

Special Education a hot topic

A large portion of the March 7 Pulaski County School Board meeting was devoted to Special Education in the school system. One board member took interest in a specific aspect…

Special Education a hot topic

A large portion of the March 7 Pulaski County School Board meeting was devoted to Special Education in the school system. One board member took interest in a specific aspect…