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Closing arguments in Pulaski rape case today

After hearing three days of testimony, a jury will return to Pulaski County Circuit Court this morning to hear closing arguments and decide the fate of a Pulaski man charged…

Train Station collecting photos and oral histories

Local citizens are invited to take part in returning the historic Pulaski Train Station to its former state, before it was struck by fire this past fall. On Friday, March…

Citizens should heed burn ban

Debris burning is the number one cause of wildfires in Virginia, according to the Virginia Department of Forestry. Even within the past week, David Jones, who serves Pulaski, Giles and…

Curves holding annual food drive

Curves International is once again holding its annual food drive, with the Pulaski club striving to collect at least 1,600 pounds of non-perishable foods this year. As of Friday afternoon,…

Closing arguments in Pulaski rape case today

After hearing three days of testimony, a jury will return to Pulaski County Circuit Court this morning to hear closing arguments and decide the fate of a Pulaski man charged…

Train Station collecting photos and oral histories

Local citizens are invited to take part in returning the historic Pulaski Train Station to its former state, before it was struck by fire this past fall. On Friday, March…

Citizens should heed burn ban

Debris burning is the number one cause of wildfires in Virginia, according to the Virginia Department of Forestry. Even within the past week, David Jones, who serves Pulaski, Giles and…

Curves holding annual food drive

Curves International is once again holding its annual food drive, with the Pulaski club striving to collect at least 1,600 pounds of non-perishable foods this year. As of Friday afternoon,…

Museum recovery coordinator hired

The Town of Pulaski has hired a museum recovery coordinator to take the lead in organizing and preserving items salvaged from the Pulaski Train Station after it was destroye by…

Pepper’s Ferry still in the red

Wastewater flow into Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority has been up lately, but the drought still has the authority in the red for the year. According to Superintendent Mac…