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Get out your boogie shoes for a rockin’ concert

Oldies, rock and roll and rhythm and blues will return to the Pulaski Theatre Saturday, Nov. 28 when the newly reformed Big Blues Beat from Dublin take the stage. Keith…

Armed robber hits Dublin pizza parlor

An armed robbery at a pizza parlor in Dublin Thursday night marked the fourth robbery in Pulaski County in less than a month. According to a press release from Dublin…

Juvenile arrested in bomb threat

A 14-year-old juvenile has been arrested in connection with a bomb threat at a Carroll County school a week ago. According to Sheriff H. Warren Manning, information received by school…

Preliminary hearing set for driver

A Hiwassee man facing two felony charges in connection with an August wreck is set to appear in court Tuesday. According to court records, Elmer Lee Alderman Jr., 32, is…

Armed robber hits Dublin pizza parlor

An armed robbery at a pizza parlor in Dublin Thursday night marked the fourth robbery in Pulaski County in less than a month. According to a press release from Dublin…

Preliminary hearing set for driver

A Hiwassee man facing two felony charges in connection with an August wreck is set to appear in court Tuesday. According to court records, Elmer Lee Alderman Jr., 32, is…

Get out your boogie shoes for a rockin’ concert

Oldies, rock and roll and rhythm and blues will return to the Pulaski Theatre Saturday, Nov. 28 when the newly reformed Big Blues Beat from Dublin take the stage. Keith…

Juvenile arrested in bomb threat

A 14-year-old juvenile has been arrested in connection with a bomb threat at a Carroll County school a week ago. According to Sheriff H. Warren Manning, information received by school…

YMCA has big money crunch

Hensel Eckman YMCA is looking for community support in order to be able to continue offering its full operations in the coming year. According to Executive Director Suzanne Wantland, the…

Trail will cost town $6,000

Turning the old iron train trestle in Southeast Pulaski into a walking and biking trail will cost the town about $6,000 Pulaski Town Manager John Hawley said around $1,000 in…