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$3 million Southeast Pulaski grant approved

It looks as though a Southeast Pulaski neighborhood will soon be getting a makeover. Town officials learned Tuesday that a nearly $3 million grant it sought to revitalize a southeast…

Public weighs in on Commerce Park sale

A very small crowd gathered in the Dublin Town Hall last night for a public hearing regarding the possible sale of a portion of land in the New River Valley…

Odor source possibly found

Testing of wastewater samples in the eastern section of the Town of Pulaski has, on several occasions, found high readings of sulfur compounds that “could be a source of odor,”…

Public weighs in on Commerce Park sale

A very small crowd gathered in the Dublin Town Hall last night for a public hearing regarding the possible sale of a portion of land in the New River Valley…

$3 million Southeast Pulaski grant approved

It looks as though a Southeast Pulaski neighborhood will soon be getting a makeover. Town officials learned Tuesday that a nearly $3 million grant it sought to revitalize a southeast…

Odor source possibly found

Testing of wastewater samples in the eastern section of the Town of Pulaski has, on several occasions, found high readings of sulfur compounds that “could be a source of odor,”…

Court date set for accused murderer

A two-day jury trial has been scheduled for a Dublin man charged in the 2008 death of a Radford woman. According to the state judicial system website, French David Kanode…

‘Get Alarmed, Virginia!’ program saves five lives

RICHMOND – The Get Alarmed, Virginia! smoke alarm installation and education campaign, now in its eleventh year of helping to prevent fire related deaths and injuries across the Commonwealth by…

Court date set for accused murderer

A two-day jury trial has been scheduled for a Dublin man charged in the 2008 death of a Radford woman. According to the state judicial system website, French David Kanode…

Holiday traffic deaths show improvement

RICHMOND – Although the Independence Day holiday was officially one day shorter this year than in 2008, just as many people died on Virginia roads, according to police. Virginia State…