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Portion of former hospital building to be renovated

It’s been sitting empty for several years, but it appears at least part of the original Pulaski Hospital building on Randolph Avenue is about to undergo renovations. According to a…

‘It’s the men and women who have given their lives for freedom … who are the t

DUBLIN – Many people look to the ball fields, stages or silver screen for their heroes, but it’s the men and women who have given their lives for freedom and…

Helping Hands …

The month of May marks both Older Americans’ Month and Elder Abuse Prevention Month, a time designated to bring attention to the types of issues that affect older adults and…

Attacking deer not rabid

A deer that was showing aggressive behavior in the Delton section of the county earlier this week did not have rabies. Troy Phillips with Virginia Department of Game and Inland…

Town OK’s moral obligation to business incubator

Citing the “spirit of cooperation” and the good of the region, Pulaski Town Council will enter into a moral obligation to back a portion of a $2.6 million refinancing loan…

NRV Horse Show begins Thursday

Horse enthusiasts will pour into the area again this week as the New River Valley Horse Show gets underway Thursday evening and runs through Saturday night. Alice Martens, manager of…

Operation Air, Land and Speed a success

RICHMOND – Virginia State Police once again saturated the entire lengths of Interstates 81 and 95 during this year’s second Operation Air, Land and Speed initiative. From border-to-border, motorists traveling…

Boucher announces funds for Pulaski first responders

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Representative Rick Boucher announced today that as a result of the Recovery Act approved by Congress and signed into law by President Obama, the U.S. Department…

Town OK’s moral obligation to business incubator

Citing the “spirit of cooperation” and the good of the region, Pulaski Town Council will enter into a moral obligation to back a portion of a $2.6 million refinancing loan…

NRV Horse Show begins Thursday

Horse enthusiasts will pour into the area again this week as the New River Valley Horse Show gets underway Thursday evening and runs through Saturday night. Alice Martens, manager of…