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Star of the Bluegrass crowned

The two judges for the Star of the Bluegrass competition were ready for an evening of bluegrass entertainment Tuesday night at the New River Valley Fair. Unfortunately, only one band…

Supreme Court invalidates Pulaski’s noise ordinance

A Virginia Supreme Court ruling has localities, including Pulaski, scurrying to make changes to their noise ordinances. David Warburton, attorney for the Town of Pulaski, informed Pulaski Town Council Tuesday…

Town cannot reach consensus on inoperable vehicles

Pulaski Town Council has been batting about changes to its Inoperable Vehicle Ordinance for at least a year, but the group still is unable to reach a consensus on what…

Star of the Bluegrass crowned

The two judges for the Star of the Bluegrass competition were ready for an evening of bluegrass entertainment Tuesday night at the New River Valley Fair. Unfortunately, only one band…

Town still negotiating over sprinkler system

The Town of Pulaski is still in negotiations with its insurance carrier on coverage of a sprinkler system for the new train station. Town Manager John Hawley said a representative…

Town cannot reach consensus on inoperable vehicles

Pulaski Town Council has been batting about changes to its Inoperable Vehicle Ordinance for at least a year, but the group still is unable to reach a consensus on what…

Public hearings on Board agenda

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors has nine public hearings on its agenda for next Monday’s meeting, including the proposed move of the New River Voting Precinct to the new Riverlawn…

Pulaski says goodbye to a hero

Pulaski County lost one of its greatest heroes this past Friday, with the death of Julius Woolen Long, Jr. Long, 65, of Pulaski, was the longest held prisoner of war…

Public hearings on Board agenda

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors has nine public hearings on its agenda for next Monday’s meeting, including the proposed move of the New River Voting Precinct to the new Riverlawn…

Dublin FD responds to equipment fire

A piece of farming equipment was damaged last week when some bales of hay caught fire in a field. According to Brad Wright, Dublin Fire Department’s public information officer, the…