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Nanotechnology could be in Pulaski’s future

The Town of Pulaski has been approved for a grant that could lay the groundwork for development of a local nanotechnology park by funding its first potential occupant. “We’re excited…

County to apply for Recreational Trails Grant

Hikers may have more trail choices in Pulaski County in the future if the county is successful in obtaining a grant through the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation. Pulaski…

Pepper’s Ferry closes in the green

Besides greening up drought-stricken vegetation, this year’s rainy weather also has returned the green to Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority’s bank account. Record flows at the plant over several…

Nanotechnology could be in Pulaski’s future

The Town of Pulaski has been approved for a grant that could lay the groundwork for development of a local nanotechnology park by funding its first potential occupant. “We’re excited…

Insurance company says no to sprinklers, again

Town of Pulaski officials are getting used to insurance company rejections, but that doesn’t mean they are ready to give up their fight for coverage of a sprinkler system in…

Pepper’s Ferry closes in the green

Besides greening up drought-stricken vegetation, this year’s rainy weather also has returned the green to Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority’s bank account. Record flows at the plant over several…

Insurance company says no to sprinklers, again

Town of Pulaski officials are getting used to insurance company rejections, but that doesn’t mean they are ready to give up their fight for coverage of a sprinkler system in…

Bonds issued for sewer expansion

Pulaski County supervisors have given the go-ahead to issue almost $1.2 million in bonds to help cover the cost of sewer system improvements that will expand service into Highland Park…

A typical education at an atypical school

From the outside, Camelot Therapeutic Day School, housed in the former Claremont Elementary School in Pulaski, looks like a typical school building. However, Camelot, which opened in August 2007, is…

Unemployment rates remain steady

Unemployment rates remained steady in Pulaski County in June, but continued to climb statewide and in several surrounding counties, according to the Virginia Employment Commission. VEC Chief Economist Bill Mezger…