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Smoking ban passes Senate

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A Senate committee has passed legislation that would ban smoking in restaurants and most public buildings. If those bills hit a snag, the Senate Education and…

Kaine defends inaugural spending

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Tim Kaine says his close relationship with President Barack Obama had nothing to do with the state’s $500,000 expenditure to bus Virginians to the inauguration.…

Smoking ban passes Senate

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A Senate committee has passed legislation that would ban smoking in restaurants and most public buildings. If those bills hit a snag, the Senate Education and…

Last chance for portraits

If you ever had your portrait made by Rudolph Farmer or his late wife Theda, but never picked up your prints, this is your final chance. Over the years, the…

School board talks cuts

Projected state budget cuts have forced the Pulaski County School Board and cabinet members to discuss the possibility of making cuts of their own for the Pulaski County Public School…

Pulaski Theatre to host ‘Beach, Blues and Soul’ event

A variety of music will grace the stage of the Pulaski Theatre Saturday, Feb. 21 during a “Beach, Blues and Soul” concert. Three bands, The Magic Moments, Ellery and the…

School board talks cuts

Projected state budget cuts have forced the Pulaski County School Board and cabinet members to discuss the possibility of making cuts of their own for the Pulaski County Public School…

More highway fund cuts are on the way

Yet another round of cuts in road funding are on their way, making it “difficult, if not impossible” for any new projects to be undertaken through 2014, according to a…

Pulaski Theatre to host ‘Beach, Blues and Soul’ event

A variety of music will grace the stage of the Pulaski Theatre Saturday, Feb. 21 during a “Beach, Blues and Soul” concert. Three bands, The Magic Moments, Ellery and the…

Board sets dates for tax hearings

Pulaski County Board of Equalization will begin hearings Monday for citizens who wish to appeal their real estate tax assessments. The board has set aside 16 dates for hearings, which…