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More highway fund cuts are on the way

Yet another round of cuts in road funding are on their way, making it “difficult, if not impossible” for any new projects to be undertaken through 2014, according to a…

Volvo to layoff 650 in Dublin

The impact of the nation’s economic downturn is once again being felt locally as Volvo Trucks North America has announced another round of layoffs at its Dublin plant. According to…

Over 100 protest property valuations

It was round three in the reassessment battle last night as more than 100 citizens turned out at the Board of Supervisors meeting for the third month in a row…

Volvo to layoff 650 in Dublin

The impact of the nation’s economic downturn is once again being felt locally as Volvo Trucks North America has announced another round of layoffs at its Dublin plant. According to…

Utility rate bill to phase in hikes

RICHMOND – As a form of consumer protection, the State Corporation Commission may soon regulate electric-utility rate increases. A bill introduced by Delegate Charles “Bill” Carrico, R-Galax, would require justification…

Over 100 protest property valuations

It was round three in the reassessment battle last night as more than 100 citizens turned out at the Board of Supervisors meeting for the third month in a row…

PCHS students attend inauguration

Exactly one week ago, a group of 65 Pulaski County High School students, along with seven faculty members and two parent chaperones, rose before 5 a.m. in preparation for a…

Utility rate bill to phase in hikes

RICHMOND – As a form of consumer protection, the State Corporation Commission may soon regulate electric-utility rate increases. A bill introduced by Delegate Charles “Bill” Carrico, R-Galax, would require justification…

PCHS students attend inauguration

Exactly one week ago, a group of 65 Pulaski County High School students, along with seven faculty members and two parent chaperones, rose before 5 a.m. in preparation for a…

Christmas trees to boost fish habitat at Claytor Lake

Even in the middle of winter, staff and volunteers at Claytor Lake State Park stay busy with work to keep the park at its best. Thursday morning, as state park…