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Loving Field closing imminent

It’s been more than a year since Pulaski Town Council voted to sell a portion of Loving Field to Pulaski County. Later this month, they hope to complete the sale.…

McHarg vandalism damage may top $100,000

RADFORD – Damage vandals inflicted on a Radford elementary school may be as much as seven times more expensive than originally estimated, according to a school official. Dr. Chuck Bishop,…

Radford teacher arrested

A Radford City Public Schools teacher was arrested Thursday in connection with the drug overdose of a juvenile Wednesday evening. According to Radford City Police, Lori Anne Jarvis, 43, of…

Construction congests annual Hillsville Flea Market

HILLSVILLE – If you’re headed out to the annual Hillsville Flea Market and Gun Show for Labor Day, road construction may necessitate a change in your normal route. According to…

Radford teacher arrested

A Radford City Public Schools teacher was arrested Thursday in connection with the drug overdose of a juvenile Wednesday evening. According to Radford City Police, Lori Anne Jarvis, 43, of…

Former Findlay workers to receive aid

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Workers who lost their jobs as the result of layoffs at Findlay Industries in Dublin will be receiving federal assistance, Ninth District Congressman Rick Boucher announced Friday.…

Construction congests annual Hillsville Flea Market

HILLSVILLE – If you’re headed out to the annual Hillsville Flea Market and Gun Show for Labor Day, road construction may necessitate a change in your normal route. According to…

RU reports first case of H1N1

RADFORD – A Radford University student has been positively diagnosed as being infected with the novel H1N1 strain of Influenza commonly referred to as “Swine Flu,” according to Dennie Templeton,…

Former Findlay workers to receive aid

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Workers who lost their jobs as the result of layoffs at Findlay Industries in Dublin will be receiving federal assistance, Ninth District Congressman Rick Boucher announced Friday.…

RU reports first case of H1N1

RADFORD – A Radford University student has been positively diagnosed as being infected with the novel H1N1 strain of Influenza commonly referred to as “Swine Flu,” according to Dennie Templeton,…