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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…

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…

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…

Radford police: County residents are suspects

A Dublin man and two Pulaski juveniles are suspects in a Monday night apartment burglary in Radford, according to the Radford City Department of Police. Rebecca Hawke, spokeswoman for the…

Water rises at town’s reservoir

The Town of Pulaski didn’t have to do a rain dance to raise the water level at Gatewood Reservoir, it just had to propose a new drought policy. “It’s been…

Police: Traffic fatalities declined in 2008

Only one person died on Pulaski County roads in 2008, keeping with a statewide trend that saw automobile fatalities decline sharply over the past 12 months. “That shows we’re going…

Cougars fall to Knights

ROANOKE — The opening game of the River Ridge District regular season was a hard fought, back and forth affair with the Pulaski County Cougars coming out on the short…

County jobless rate increases

Unemployment in Pulaski County rose in November by a half of one percent to 7.5 percent, according to figures released Tuesday by the Virginia Employment Commission. During the month, 1,415…

Radford police: County residents are suspects

A Dublin man and two Pulaski juveniles are suspects in a Monday night apartment burglary in Radford, according to the Radford City Department of Police. Rebecca Hawke, spokeswoman for the…