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Police seek community help in solving double-homicide

MONTGOMERY COUNTY – Police are turning to the community in hopes of obtaining information that will help them solve last week’s murder of two Virginia Tech students. Montgomery County Sheriff’s…

$7.2M grant awarded for veteran’s cemetery

Congressman Rick Boucher announced Thursday that the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs is awarding more than $7.2 million in federal grant funds to Virginia for construction of the Southwest Virginia…

Two VT students found murdered

MONTGOMERY COUNTY – Police are investigating the shooting deaths of two Virginia Tech students whose bodies were found early Thursday. According to Brian Wright of Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, a…

$7.2M grant awarded for veteran’s cemetery

Congressman Rick Boucher announced Thursday that the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs is awarding more than $7.2 million in federal grant funds to Virginia for construction of the Southwest Virginia…

Two VT students found murdered

MONTGOMERY COUNTY – Police are investigating the shooting deaths of two Virginia Tech students whose bodies were found early Thursday. According to Brian Wright of Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, a…

Board agrees to amend Special Use Permit

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors Monday night agreed to amend the Special Use Permit for New River Valley Resource Authority and begin accepting refuse from Wythe and Bland counties. No…

Fine Arts Center seeks funds for new art center

The Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley is in the process of applying for a grant that could provide almost half the amount of funds needed to turn…

What impact will fuel-efficiency have on transportation funds?

While fuel-efficient vehicles may be better for the environment and the nation’s dependence on foreign oil, what impact will they have on Virginia’s transportation system? That’s the question a Pulaski…

Fine Arts Center seeks funds for new art center

The Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley is in the process of applying for a grant that could provide almost half the amount of funds needed to turn…

Board agrees to amend Special Use Permit

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors Monday night agreed to amend the Special Use Permit for New River Valley Resource Authority and begin accepting refuse from Wythe and Bland counties. No…