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Highways safer this Labor Day

Virginia’s highways proved to be considerably safer over the 2010 Labor Day weekend than in 2009, according to Virginia State Police. Last year 14 people lost their lives in traffic…

Relay begins 2011 planning

Pulaski County may have just completed its 2010 Relay For Life campaign, but it’s time to start gearing up for the 2011 event. Relay will hold its first planning session…

Lions Fall Flea Market Sept. 18

The Dublin Lions Club will host the annual Fall Flea Market at the New River Valley Fairgrounds next week, on Sept. 18 to 19. The usual assortment of wares, including…

NRCC launches new mentoring program

As the 2010 fall semester at New River Community College (NRCC) kicked off, the administration launched a new students mentoring program to help students achieve success. The new program, Partners…

Web site planned to attract fall tourists

Virginia is for Lovers has created a new website featuring fall attractions throughout the state. The Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce believes the areas involvement in the site will bring…

Comcast raising payment rate in Dublin

Dublin residents may soon see a change in their Comcast bill. The change will include an increase in the processing fee for customers using a Comcast account executive to process…

Pulaski County Christmas Store taking applications

Pulaski County Christmas Store is once again taking applications for assistance for families who meet eligibility guidelines. Applications for Christmas assistance must be submitted in person to Central Gym on…

Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority has great year

Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority (PFRWTA) processed 4.25 million more gallons of wastewater than budgeted last fiscal year, resulting in a profitable year. Authority Executive Director Clarke Wallcraft said…

Chemicals secured at NanoChemonics

A Virginia State Police bomb squad was at the NanoChemonics plant in Pulaski Thursday, “counter charging” chemicals deemed to be too volatile to remove from the plant, which officially closed…

Vets planning Welcome Home event for Sept. 11

Plans are underway for a special Veterans Welcome Home event to be held in Jackson Park in Pulaski Saturday, Sept. 11, from 5-9 p.m. The event is intended to honor…