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County’s unemployment rate double that of Virginia

Pulaski County’s unemployment rate for March 2009 is 14.4 percent, which is double the state rate of 7 percent. The rate shows an increase of 4.5 percent from Pulaski County’s…

Library board to vote on cat’s fate

The Pulaski County Library Board spent two hours of their monthly meeting last night discussing a subject they had probably never breached in a meeting before: cats. Their discussion focused…

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,…

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…

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…

Dublin inmate receives suspended sentence for drug distribution

A Dublin man who tried to pass drugs to a New River Valley Regional Jail inmate last May received a suspended jail sentence Thursday. Terry Patrick Griswold Jr. was also…

Library board to vote on cat’s fate

The Pulaski County Library Board spent two hours of their monthly meeting last night discussing a subject they had probably never breached in a meeting before: cats. Their discussion focused…

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,…

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…

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…