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Rader promoted, to leave PCH Feb. 26 for Ga.

Mark Rader, chief executive officer of Pulaski Community Hospital, has been promoted within HCA, the parent company of Pulaski Community Hospital, to chief executive officer of Palmyra Medical Center, which…

Man hit by train in Dublin

A man was airlifted to Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital Wednesday evening after being struck by a train near Wades in Dublin. Norfolk Southern Spokesman Robin Chapman said a male was…

Museum group says thanks

The Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Museum Committee appeared before Pulaski Town Council Tuesday night to express gratitude for local efforts to salvage and restore museum artifacts and the train station.…

Man hit by train in Dublin

A man was airlifted to Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital Wednesday evening after being struck by a train near Wades in Dublin. Norfolk Southern Spokesman Robin Chapman said a male was…

Smoking ban passes Senate

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Bills that would outlaw lighting up in bars, restaurants and public places won Virginia Senate passage Tuesday. With no debate and scant dissent, the four bills…

Town to look at boundary adjustment

The Town of Pulaski will hire a Maryland consulting company to look into the benefits of a boundary adjustment. Pulaski Town Council voted last night to hire TischlerBise, Inc. of…

McDonnell quits AG to run for governor

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia Attorney General Robert F. McDonnell said Tuesday he will resign later this month to focus on his Republican campaign for governor. McDonnell said being a…

Smoking ban passes Senate

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Bills that would outlaw lighting up in bars, restaurants and public places won Virginia Senate passage Tuesday. With no debate and scant dissent, the four bills…

McDonnell quits AG to run for governor

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia Attorney General Robert F. McDonnell said Tuesday he will resign later this month to focus on his Republican campaign for governor. McDonnell said being a…

Town’s budget will be a challenge

Developing budgets can be a daunting task even in the best of times. However, Pulaski Town Manager John Hawley says it’s not going to be a pleasant experience this year…