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Shoppers hit stores on Black Friday

Despite a slow economy, merchants say Black Friday sales were strong in Pulaski County, with some stores expecting sales to surpass those on Black Friday a year ago. The day…

Pulaski Theatre springs back to life Friday night

The Pulaski Theatre came back to life Friday night. “It’s unbelievable,” said Jill Sandidge, who serves as secretary of the Friends of the Pulaski Theatre, a group dedicated to the…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…