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Volvo lays off 50 employees

Volvo Trucks North America notified 50 employees Friday that they will be laid off from the Dublin plant. The company already had announced that jobs would be impacted at the…

School Board tackles pending issues

The Pulaski Co. School Board Meeting held Monday night, Oct. 12, began with the presentation of awards to five Pulaski County High School students who are members of the school’s…

Juvenile injured in scooter wreck

For the second time in less than two weeks, a scooter operator has been injured in a wreck on Pulaski County roads. According to Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, a 17-year-old…

KTI set to move into Pulaski Furniture complex

A Pulaski freight carrier with annual sales of about $1.5 million has been awarded a nearly $19 million contract that will allow it to expand its employee base. Adam King,…

Deeds hits McDonnell for ‘lying’ in debate

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — In a time of ‘You lie!’ politics, Democrat R. Creigh Deeds twice said his Republican opponent, Bob McDonnell, lied about Deeds’ positions in a their high-stakes…

Volvo lays off 50 employees

Volvo Trucks North America notified 50 employees Friday that they will be laid off from the Dublin plant. The company already had announced that jobs would be impacted at the…

School Board tackles pending issues

The Pulaski Co. School Board Meeting held Monday night, Oct. 12, began with the presentation of awards to five Pulaski County High School students who are members of the school’s…

Council members try – and fail – to repeal noise ordinance

A month after it was adopted, two Pulaski Town Councilmen tried unsuccessfully last week to repeal the town’s new noise ordinance. Councilmen Joel Burchett Jr. and Morgan Welker were the…

Thursday wreck proves fatal

A Carroll County woman injured Wednesday in a head-on collision with a dump truck has died. According to Virginia State Police First Sgt. Mike Honaker, Violetta P. Quesenberry, 81, of…

Town preparing to accept Southeast sewer bids

About a dozen contractors visited Pulaski early this week to tour the Southeast sewer project area. Town Manager John Hawley said the contractors were touring the project area in anticipation…