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Boucher introduces shield law again

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Citing the need for a federal media shield law to protect reporters from being compelled to reveal their confidential news sources, U.S. Representative Rick Boucher has introduced…

Tax rate hearing Feb. 23

Pulaski County residents will be able to find out soon what impact the recent real estate reassessment is likely to have on their wallets. Pulaski County Board of Supervisors will…

County loses more road $$

A new $8.9 billion state road project approved by the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) Friday includes $1.3 million in additional cuts for Pulaski County road projects. Friday’s revisions to the…

PULASKI BRUSH FIRE

About four acres was burned Wednesday after a controlled fire got out of control and spread across a field near Alum Spring Road. Pulaski Fire Chief Bill Webb said no…

High winds cut power to 1,500

“We really dodged a bullet with this storm,” an Appalachian Power Company spokesman said of high winds that moved into the area Wednesday evening. Todd Burns said no more than…

Bills remain, but budget dominates legislature

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Any other year, the half inch thick stack of state budget amendments awaiting House and Senate floor votes Thursday would be twice as hefty. It would…

PSKNET closing down today

After more than eight years in business, internet provider Pulaski Networks “PSKnet” is calling it quits today. Troy Settle, managing member of the company, cited competition from DSL and cable…

PULASKI BRUSH FIRE

About four acres was burned Wednesday after a controlled fire got out of control and spread across a field near Alum Spring Road. Pulaski Fire Chief Bill Webb said no…

High winds cut power to 1,500

“We really dodged a bullet with this storm,” an Appalachian Power Company spokesman said of high winds that moved into the area Wednesday evening. Todd Burns said no more than…

Bills remain, but budget dominates legislature

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Any other year, the half inch thick stack of state budget amendments awaiting House and Senate floor votes Thursday would be twice as hefty. It would…