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Pulaski officer is Employee of Month

PULASKI — When Pulaski Police Officer R.J. Davis took an individual to an area hospital, the last thing he probably expected was to have to subdue a man with a…

Council candidates to be interviewed

PULASKI — The Pulaski Town Council has called a special meeting for July 29 to interview candidates for the vacant seat on the council. The public is being invited to…

Sentencing for Palmer postponed

PULASKI — A sentencing hearing for a woman who admitted embezzling money from New River Valley Agency on Aging was continued again Wednesday. Pulaski County Commonwealth’s Attorney Mike Fleenor said…

Have fun at park!

PULASKI — For those who like music and movies, Jackson Park in downtown Pulaski is the place to be this weekend. Events get underway Friday night with the continuation of…

Pulaski officer is Employee of Month

PULASKI — When Pulaski Police Officer R.J. Davis took an individual to an area hospital, the last thing he probably expected was to have to subdue a man with a…

Council candidates to be interviewed

PULASKI — The Pulaski Town Council has called a special meeting for July 29 to interview candidates for the vacant seat on the council. The public is being invited to…

Sentencing for Palmer postponed

PULASKI — A sentencing hearing for a woman who admitted embezzling money from New River Valley Agency on Aging was continued again Wednesday. Pulaski County Commonwealth’s Attorney Mike Fleenor said…

Have fun at park!

PULASKI — For those who like music and movies, Jackson Park in downtown Pulaski is the place to be this weekend. Events get underway Friday night with the continuation of…

Body still not ID’d

RADFORD — The identity still has not been confirmed for a body found off Main Street in Radford on July 4. According to Detective Chris Caldwell with the Radford City…

Warner back in hospital

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Sen. John Warner, R-Va., was admitted to a hospital so doctors could make adjustments to a pacemaker they implanted days earlier. According to a statement on…