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Marshall to address NRCC spring grads

STAFF REPORT Nathaniel X. Marshall, chairman of the Virginia State Board for Community Colleges, will address graduates at the 42nd annual commencement of New River Community College. The ceremony will…

Area Farmer’s, Flea Markets open on Saturday, May 7

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Pulaski Farmer’s Market and Pulaski Flea Market will open for another season Saturday at the Maple Shade Shopping Center and on Commerce Street in front of…

Abduction, sexual battery are alleged

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com A Radford man is in custody, accused of violating a protective order, then abducting and sexually assaulting a Pulaski woman Wednesday. Pulaski Police Officer M. R.…

Government disaster aid OK’d

Gov. Bob McDonnell announced Thursday that nearly $700,000 in state aid will be made available to Pulaski town and county governments to help reimburse tornado recovery expenses. The funding will…

Government disaster aid OK’d

Gov. Bob McDonnell announced Thursday that nearly $700,000 in state aid will be made available to Pulaski town and county governments to help reimburse tornado recovery expenses. The funding will…

Help PCHS win a $20,000 package

Imagine what a shelter or rescue group could do with thousands of dollars worth of pet treats, food, grooming products, veterinary supplies, and toys. Resident veterinarian on "Good Morning America"…

Help PCHS win a $20,000 package

Imagine what a shelter or rescue group could do with thousands of dollars worth of pet treats, food, grooming products, veterinary supplies, and toys. Resident veterinarian on "Good Morning America"…

$1.4 M housing grant sought

Pulaski town and county are preparing to submit separate Urgent Need Applications totaling $1.4 million in state Community Development Block Grants in an effort to address housing damage in the…

$1.4 M housing grant sought

Pulaski town and county are preparing to submit separate Urgent Need Applications totaling $1.4 million in state Community Development Block Grants in an effort to address housing damage in the…

Abduction, sexual battery are alleged

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com A Radford man is in custody, accused of violating a protective order, then abducting and sexually assaulting a Pulaski woman Wednesday. Pulaski Police Officer M. R.…