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ReStore opens in Pulaski

Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore, a business which allows customers to shop for themselves while helping others at the same time, has found a new home in Pulaski. The ReStore, now…

Smoking ban going into effect

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Now that strict curbs on restaurant smoking have survived Virginia’s legislature, Gov. Tim Kaine is clear on his intent to enforce it. In his monthly radio…

Rec center idea dead for now

It appears as though Pulaski County residents will have to do without an indoor recreation center — at least for a while. Pulaski County Board of Supervisors voted Monday night…

Board hears more on tax rates

Over a hundred Pulaski County residents turned out for the fourth month in a row Monday night to complain about their real estate tax assessments and plead with the Pulaski…

Clinic sees 956 patients

The Free Clinic of Pulaski County provided primary healthcare to 956 Pulaski County citizens during the 2008 fiscal year. This healthcare was provided to citizens who lacked health insurance or…

Vision 2020: Broadband service seen as top priority

The need for broadband communications service appeared to be the top priority on the minds of a couple dozen residents and officials who participated in a Vision 2020 meeting at…

Board hears more on tax rates

Over a hundred Pulaski County residents turned out for the fourth month in a row Monday night to complain about their real estate tax assessments and plead with the Pulaski…

Clinic sees 956 patients

The Free Clinic of Pulaski County provided primary healthcare to 956 Pulaski County citizens during the 2008 fiscal year. This healthcare was provided to citizens who lacked health insurance or…

Vision 2020: Broadband service seen as top priority

The need for broadband communications service appeared to be the top priority on the minds of a couple dozen residents and officials who participated in a Vision 2020 meeting at…

VDOT announces job, rest area cuts

More than 400 hourly Virginia Department of Transportation employees will lose their jobs in cuts that will also shut down numerous rest areas, residency offices and equipment shops statewide. VDOT’s…