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Funding shortfalls affect VDOT

With an estimated $2 million to $2.5 million in state and federal funding cuts anticipated through 2014, Virginia Department of Transportation officials say road systems are not likely to be…

VT quarterback visits Snowville

It’s pretty rare to see a tall, athletic football player reading to a room full of young, enthusiastic elementary school students. That’s why the students, teachers and faculty at Snowville…

Structure to be evaluated

The Town of Pulaski on Tuesday issued an emergency purchase order to hire a firm to evaluate the remaining structure of the Pulaski Train Station. Town Manager John Hawley said…

Inmate labor saves county $24,000

Inmate labor saved Pulaski County nearly $24,000 during the past eight months, Code Enforcement officer Jamie Ratcliffe told county leaders Monday. This past March, the county started using supervised inmates…

Dublin man charged with malicious wounding

A Dublin man is facing a felony malicious wounding charge in connection with an incident on Black Hollow Road Monday. According to Virginia State Police, Danny Ray Small II, 19,…

Board hears reassessment complaints

A large group of Pulaski County citizens called Monday night for their Board of Supervisors to reject recent property reassessments by Wingate Appraisal Service. An overflowing crowd turned out at…

Dublin man charged with malicious wounding

A Dublin man is facing a felony malicious wounding charge in connection with an incident on Black Hollow Road Monday. According to Virginia State Police, Danny Ray Small II, 19,…

Board hears reassessment complaints

A large group of Pulaski County citizens called Monday night for their Board of Supervisors to reject recent property reassessments by Wingate Appraisal Service. An overflowing crowd turned out at…

Benefit concert set Tuesday

Pulaski County High School’s Fine Arts Department is joining together for the fourth year in a row for a concert to benefit the Pulaski County Christmas Store. Starting at 6…

Fine Arts Center offers train station memorabilia

While the historic Pulaski train station may never return to the exact appearance of its heyday, there are still small reminders of how the station once was. The Fine Arts…