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Hogan’s Dam issue resurfaces

Nearly two years after the Town of Pulaski voted to sell its Hogan’s Dam property over the objection of town and county citizens, the issue resurfaced Tuesday night. Councilman Joel…

General Assembly to consider bill regarding vacant buildings

The Town of Blacksburg wants to join Pulaski in being the second town in Virginia to be able to require registration of vacant buildings. A bill to be considered by…

Commission to consider rezoning request

The Pulaski County Planning Commission will meet Tuesday night to consider a rezoning request for property along Quail Valley Road. Eddie D. and Christine M. Smith are seeking to have…

General Assembly to consider bill regarding vacant buildings

The Town of Blacksburg wants to join Pulaski in being the second town in Virginia to be able to require registration of vacant buildings. A bill to be considered by…

Shaver pleads guilty

In Pulaski County Circuit Court Wednesday, a Dublin man pleaded guilty to two felony charges involving child molestation. Thomas Bliss Shaver, 68, of 6020 Patrick Ave. in Dublin, pleaded guilty…

FedEx delivers good news

FedEx Ground has chosen Pulaski County for its new $4 million, 37,000-square-foot distribution facility. The announcement was made late Wednesday morning by Aric H. Bopp, executive director of New River…

Shaver pleads guilty

In Pulaski County Circuit Court Wednesday, a Dublin man pleaded guilty to two felony charges involving child molestation. Thomas Bliss Shaver, 68, of 6020 Patrick Ave. in Dublin, pleaded guilty…

Former mayor calls for review, correction of property assessments

Former Pulaski Mayor Charles Wade Tuesday night called for a thorough review and correction of new property value assessments. Speaking during the Pulaski Town Council’s public comment period, Wade said…

FedEx delivers good news

FedEx Ground has chosen Pulaski County for its new $4 million, 37,000-square-foot distribution facility. The announcement was made late Wednesday morning by Aric H. Bopp, executive director of New River…

Former mayor calls for review, correction of property assessments

Former Pulaski Mayor Charles Wade Tuesday night called for a thorough review and correction of new property value assessments. Speaking during the Pulaski Town Council’s public comment period, Wade said…