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Additional cuts needed to balance next year’s budget

Pulaski Town Council’s public hearing on its 2009-10 real estate tax rate isn’t until next Tuesday, but it appears the 30-cent advertised rate is the figure that will be needed…

Town Council sees Train Station layout

Pulaski Town Council met with the architect for the Pulaski Train Station rebuild project Tuesday to discuss the design of the building’s interior. David E. Gall of David E. Gall,…

C-burg Police investigating suspicious death

CHRISTIANSBURG – Christiansburg Police Department is investigating the murder of a woman found unresponsive in her home Sunday. According to Police Chief Mark A. Sisson, an autopsy determined the preliminary…

Pulaski Co. Deputy Commissioner resigns

An employee of the Pulaski County Commissioner of the Revenue’s office resigned Friday, April 17 after being arrested on two counts of embezzlement involving a Draper church. According to Pulaski…

Firefighters control blaze

A fire that burned more than 400 acres at Hiwassee a week ago, rekindled Monday, but is not posing any new threat, according to Pulaski Fire Marshal Chip Hutchinson. He…

Pulaski Co. Deputy Commissioner resigns

An employee of the Pulaski County Commissioner of the Revenue’s office resigned Friday, April 17 after being arrested on two counts of embezzlement involving a Draper church. According to Pulaski…

Domestic violence victims serve as reluctant witnesses

One man was acquitted and another was convicted in separate domestic violence cases in Pulaski County Circuit Court Thursday. In both cases, Judge Colin Gibb expressed concern that the women…

Firefighters control blaze

A fire that burned more than 400 acres at Hiwassee a week ago, rekindled Monday, but is not posing any new threat, according to Pulaski Fire Marshal Chip Hutchinson. He…

Board unveils six-year secondary road plan

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing Monday night on the county’s Six-Year Secondary Road Improvement Plan, but no one from the public chose to speak. “I think…

Domestic violence victims serve as reluctant witnesses

One man was acquitted and another was convicted in separate domestic violence cases in Pulaski County Circuit Court Thursday. In both cases, Judge Colin Gibb expressed concern that the women…