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Smoking in car with kids targeted

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The suggestion came from a third-grade boy: why not make it illegal to smoke in the car with a child? The question appealed to Sen. Ralph…

Septage station to be built

After several years of delays, Peppers Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority is finally getting a septage receiving station that will help protect its equipment and allow for more accurate billing…

Stamp prices to go up 2-cents in May

WASHINGTON (AP) — The post office will get an extra 2-cents worth when you mail a letter starting in May. The U.S. Postal Service announced Tuesday that the price of…

Smoking in car with kids targeted

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The suggestion came from a third-grade boy: why not make it illegal to smoke in the car with a child? The question appealed to Sen. Ralph…

Shooting archive opens

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) — The public is gaining access to an electronic archive of thousands of documents related to the mass shootings at Virginia Tech in April 2007. One computer…

Stamp prices to go up 2-cents in May

WASHINGTON (AP) — The post office will get an extra 2-cents worth when you mail a letter starting in May. The U.S. Postal Service announced Tuesday that the price of…

Shooting archive opens

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) — The public is gaining access to an electronic archive of thousands of documents related to the mass shootings at Virginia Tech in April 2007. One computer…

Water line work begins

Installation started last week on a water line that will extend along Pepper’s Ferry Road from Beth Scott Drive to Mashburn Avenue. Pulaski Engineer Bill Pedigo said the water line…

Dozen firms respond

Pulaski will have the choice of a dozen architectural firms to oversee re-construction of its train station. Of the 34 firms that sought request for proposal (RFP) packets for the…

Brewster to chair task force on dropout crisis

A local school official has been named to lead a study on solutions to the national dropout crisis. The National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) has announced that…