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Republicans sit out talks with Kaine

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Timothy M. Kaine asked Virginia’s members of Congress to come to Richmond to discuss the state’s federal stimulus package needs, but all five of the…

Water line work begins

Installation started last week on a water line that will extend along Pepper’s Ferry Road from Beth Scott Drive to Mashburn Avenue. Pulaski Engineer Bill Pedigo said the water line…

Republicans sit out talks with Kaine

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Timothy M. Kaine asked Virginia’s members of Congress to come to Richmond to discuss the state’s federal stimulus package needs, but all five of the…

Brewster to chair task force on dropout crisis

A local school official has been named to lead a study on solutions to the national dropout crisis. The National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) has announced that…

Plan would close Newbern Elem.

Newbern Elementary School will close and 387 elementary school students will attend a different school next year if the Pulaski County School Board approves a proposal to change attendance boundaries…

Police target of cuts

A state program that helps fund police departments, including Pulaski’s, has been cut by $25 million, or 12 percent, over the past two years. Now, it’s faced with even deeper…

Plan would close Newbern Elem.

Newbern Elementary School will close and 387 elementary school students will attend a different school next year if the Pulaski County School Board approves a proposal to change attendance boundaries…

Van lot focus of council meeting

The owner of a Volkswagen van shop on Route 11 says it’s not necessary for the Town of Pulaski to legislate his cooperation with the town. Kevin Lindamood of VuhVanagon…

Police target of cuts

A state program that helps fund police departments, including Pulaski’s, has been cut by $25 million, or 12 percent, over the past two years. Now, it’s faced with even deeper…

Pepper’s Ferry budget decreases

Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority is proposing a slight decrease in its 2009-10 Fiscal Year budget, thus resulting in reduced costs to its member jurisdictions. Executive Director Clarke Wallcraft…