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Council sets personal property tax due date

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   The due date for personal property taxes has been moved back from its normal due date of April 1 to Oct. 15 of this year,…

Head of Virginia education to meet with public Monday

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com BRISTOL — Parents, educators, school board members, administrators and other citizens will have a chance to discuss issues related to Virginia’s public schools during a forum…

30 certified in ServSafe

By JENNIFER WADE jennifer@southwesttimes.com   “ServSafe Essential” is a 16-hour course developed by the National Restaurant Association to address the need for training and certification in safe food handling and…

Nu Chapter discusses new ideas

Recently members of the Executive Board of Nu Chapter, New River Coordinating Council, IOTA State, The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International met in the Dublin home of their immediate past president, Ruth Ann…

Trinity Lutheran Church to sponsor food drive

In 2013, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America celebrated its 25th anniversary by urging its congregations to take part in a national service day called “God’s Work, Our Hands.” Trinity…

Wythe County to host free contractor training for new Virginia building code changes

WYTHEVILLE – Wythe County’s building official, along with his counterpart in the Town of Wytheville, will be hosting a free workshop for local contractors on Tuesday Aug. 26. The event…

The Billy Crawford Band performs at Jackson Park Aug. 29

The Billy Crawford Band performs at Jackson Park Aug. 29

By SARAH BRADBURY sarah@southwesttimes.com The Billy Crawford Band will take the stage in Jackson Park Friday, Aug. 29 as part of the Jackson Park Summer Concert Series. While some might…

Friends of Peak Creek to leave their mark on the town

Friends of Peak Creek to leave their mark on the town

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   Pulaski residents will see some new markings on manholes and sidewalks throughout the town in the near future. Friends of Peak Creek (FOPC), the group…

Newbern accepting vendors for festival

Newbern accepting vendors for festival

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com   It won’t be long before arts, crafts and food vendors descend on Newbern for the fall festival, held annually during the second weekend in October.…

YMCA campers make their own ‘pets’

YMCA campers make their own ‘pets’

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Children at the YMCA’s Childcare Center spent the last week of summer camp making pets to take home — “Pet Rocks” that is. The staff of…