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Powell comes to Pulaski Theatre

Self-dubbed “the chocolate goddess of soul,” seasoned singer Jane Powell will give her last scheduled Virginia performance of 2009 Friday, Oct. 2 at the Pulaski Theatre. Distinguished by her soulful…

Route 114 construction begins today

CHRISTIANSBURG – Motorists traveling through the road widening construction zone on Route 114 (Peppers Ferry Road) in Christiansburg should be alert for a new traffic pattern starting Thursday. According to…

Town looking for vendors for Pulaskifest

If you’re an artist, craftsman or food vendor, the Town of Pulaski is looking for you. The town still has spaces available for vendors at its annual Pulaskifest celebration to…

Baskerville on tap for major makeover

The Baskerville neighborhood in Dublin has been targeted to benefit from a grant that will be dispersed by the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) to upgrade existing…

H1N1 now present throughout SW Va.

Christiansburg – The novel H1N1 (swine) flu virus continues to circulate at low levels across Virginia, including the New River Valley. The New River Health District (NRHD), in conjunction with…

Woman to serve time for ID theft

ROANOKE – A Narrows woman will have to serve a federal prison sentence for stealing two people’s identities to obtain credit card accounts in 2007. Jill Abel Dunford, 47, pled…

School Board discusses Swine Flu

In its Sept. 21 meeting, the Pulaski County School Board discussed policy revisions, awards from the Virginia School Board Association Academy, the New River Valley Benefits Consortium Joint Powers Agreement,…

Pulaski Fire Prevention Parade

Fire Departments from throughout the state will converge on Pulaski Thursday, Oct. 8 to take part in the annual Pulaski Fire Prevention Parade. Lineup for the parade will begin at…

Lord’s Acre Sale Saturday

Churches from throughout Pulaski County will come together at the New River Valley Fairgrounds this weekend for the annual Lord’s Acre Sale. The sale, which promotes Christian fellowship and helps…

Woman to serve time for ID theft

ROANOKE – A Narrows woman will have to serve a federal prison sentence for stealing two people’s identities to obtain credit card accounts in 2007. Jill Abel Dunford, 47, pled…