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Rain may finally be going away

Rain, rain and more rain has been a main topic of conversation among residents in Pulaski County and across Southwest Virginia over the past week. In the past 48 hours,…

Classic Cruisers coming to NRV Fairgrounds

The New River Valley Classic Cruisers will hold their Seventh Annual Autofest Super Cruise-In this Friday and Saturday at New River Valley Fairgrounds in Dublin. In addition to the classic…

200 charges filed against Pulaski property owner

A year after a court ordered a man to clean up hundreds of dead rats from his Pulaski County property, Virginia State Police are in the process of filing 200…

Town gets burned on sprinkler system cost

It appears as though the Town of Pulaski is going to be on its own when it comes to covering the cost of a portion of the train station rebuild.…

Town officially approves budget

Pulaski Town Council Tuesday night officially put a stamp of approval on its 2009-10 Fiscal Year Budget and Five-year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP). The $7.6 million budget includes a real…

Plans for new museum nearing completion

The site plan and preliminary drawings for the Town of Pulaski’s new museum are almost complete, a town engineer said Tuesday. Bill Pedigo said staff has run into several “issues”…

Dublin Town Council Thursday

The Dublin Town Council will hold their monthly meeting on Thursday, June 18 at 7 p.m. in the Dublin Town Hall. The meeting will begin with an open public hearing…

Pulaski police officer resigns amid charges

A Pulaski police officer facing drug charges in two counties, has resigned. Pulaski Police Chief Gary Roche said Christopher Franklin Bond tendered his resignation this morning. He said the resignation…

Town gets burned on sprinkler system cost

It appears as though the Town of Pulaski is going to be on its own when it comes to covering the cost of a portion of the train station rebuild.…

Town officially approves budget

Pulaski Town Council Tuesday night officially put a stamp of approval on its 2009-10 Fiscal Year Budget and Five-year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP). The $7.6 million budget includes a real…