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Alteration in boundary plans suggested

With expansion of Pulaski town limits along the Route 11 corridor receiving opposition, one councilman is suggesting the town look at expanding out Bob White Boulevard instead. Pulaski Town Manager…

Boysaw building removed

The Town of Pulaski recently moved forward with removal of the former Dew Drop Inn building on Randolph Avenue. The building’s roof collapsed in February during heavy snows. The town…

Library Photography Contest

The Pulaski County Library System is hosting its second annual photography contest. Last year, the contest was only open to 6-12 graders, but this year, anyone age 8 and up,…

Physical Therapy month in full swing

The month of October is National Physical Therapy month. Pulaski Community Hospital has services for any type of injury and believes therapy can help in almost any situation. “Depending on…

Lien may be settled

The owner of one of six properties encumbered with liens held by the Town of Pulaski is interested in working with the town to settle the lien. Pulaski Mayor Jeff…

Recognition given for Census participation

Pulaski County and the Town of Pulaski were recently recognized with certificates for outstanding mail participation during the 2010 U.S. Census. According to Oct. 10 census figures, both the town…

Veteran benefit deadline extended

Military members whose service was involuntarily extended, or whose retirement was suspended between Sept. 11, 2001 and Sept. 30, 2009, due to stop loss are entitled to retroactive payments of…

Garage plan approved, with screening

A garage on Commerce Street in Pulaski will be able to keep some inoperable vehicles on the property, but only if they are screened from view. The town first became…

Easement still in question

A Bob White Boulevard property owner wants to know how adjacent property will be developed before allowing a sewer easement across his property, Pulaski’s town manager says. John Hawley said…

APCo. contributes funds for assistance

Appalachian Power Co. is contributing more than $1 million to help low-income customers pay their utility bills. “We recognize that the electric heating costs can be difficult for many customers…