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College campus safety topic of meeting

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Higher education professionals from across the country are gathering for a college campus safety conference at Virginia Commonwealth University. Among the panel discussions Monday will be…

Suffolk school officials consider 4-day week

SUFFOLK, Va. (AP) — Rising fuel, food and energy costs are leading Suffolk officials to consider a four-day school week. The 14,000-student school system would the only one in Virginia…

Condemnation procedures to begin to obtain easements

DUBLIN — It’s been about five years since Pulaski County started obtaining easements to install sewer lines in the Highland Park subdivision. However, the owners of seven properties in the…

College campus safety topic of meeting

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Higher education professionals from across the country are gathering for a college campus safety conference at Virginia Commonwealth University. Among the panel discussions Monday will be…

Woman sued for wreck at DMV

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) — The worst thing about Antoinette Bowser backing into a parked car during her driving test wasn’t that she failed. It was the $75,000 lawsuit that came…

Condemnation procedures to begin to obtain easements

DUBLIN — It’s been about five years since Pulaski County started obtaining easements to install sewer lines in the Highland Park subdivision. However, the owners of seven properties in the…

Woman sued for wreck at DMV

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) — The worst thing about Antoinette Bowser backing into a parked car during her driving test wasn’t that she failed. It was the $75,000 lawsuit that came…

Board OK’s permit for cell phone tower

FAIRLAWN — Motorists passing through the Belspring/Gate 10 Road area often find themselves encountering the dreaded “dead zone.” But Verizon Wireless has obtained a special use permit that should make…

Aug. 3-9 is Farmers’ Market Week

RICHMOND — In recognition of Virginia Farmers’ Market Week, Aug. 3-9, Virginians are being encouraged to break out their video cameras and chronicle their experience of eating locally-produced products for…

So far, so good for new county decal system

PULASKI COUNTY — It’s been a year since Pulaski County switched to permanent automobile decals, and, so far, tax collections have not suffered. However, County Treasurer Melinda Worrell said next…