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Board of Supervisors approves advertised tax rate

The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors Monday decided to advertise for a 12-cent reduction in the current real estate rate for the upcoming fiscal year, but the true rate will…

2 adults, child die in fire

GALAX, Va. (AP) — Authorities say two adults and their 4-year-old child have died in a mobile home fire in southwest Virginia. Grayson County Sheriff Richard Vaughan said in a…

Hogan’s Dam issue resurfaces

Nearly two years after the Town of Pulaski voted to sell its Hogan’s Dam property over the objection of town and county citizens, the issue resurfaced Tuesday night. Councilman Joel…

Commission to consider rezoning request

The Pulaski County Planning Commission will meet Tuesday night to consider a rezoning request for property along Quail Valley Road. Eddie D. and Christine M. Smith are seeking to have…

General Assembly to consider bill regarding vacant buildings

The Town of Blacksburg wants to join Pulaski in being the second town in Virginia to be able to require registration of vacant buildings. A bill to be considered by…

Branscome pleads guilty

PRINCETON, W.Va. — A man who was the subject of a lengthy manhunt after shooting a Virginia state trooper last spring, pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree murder. Steven Dale Branscome,…

Hogan’s Dam issue resurfaces

Nearly two years after the Town of Pulaski voted to sell its Hogan’s Dam property over the objection of town and county citizens, the issue resurfaced Tuesday night. Councilman Joel…

Commission to consider rezoning request

The Pulaski County Planning Commission will meet Tuesday night to consider a rezoning request for property along Quail Valley Road. Eddie D. and Christine M. Smith are seeking to have…

General Assembly to consider bill regarding vacant buildings

The Town of Blacksburg wants to join Pulaski in being the second town in Virginia to be able to require registration of vacant buildings. A bill to be considered by…

Branscome pleads guilty

PRINCETON, W.Va. — A man who was the subject of a lengthy manhunt after shooting a Virginia state trooper last spring, pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree murder. Steven Dale Branscome,…