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Kidd appointed to Pulaski Town Council

PULASKI — It wasn’t a unanimous decision, but H. M. Kidd has been selected by the Pulaski Town Council to become the town’s newest councilman. After brief comments from each…

Claytor Lake Poker Run to benefit FOCL

CLAYTOR LAKE — The Rock House Marina will host the first “Claytor Lake Poker Run” this Saturday, Aug. 9, to benefit the Friends of Claytor Lake (FOCL). Registration will begin…

Literacy Center opens in Pulaski

PULASKI — The Literacy Volunteers of the New River Valley are working towards making a stronger impact on Pulaski County. While LVNRV has previously offered tutoring at locations such as…

Man pleads guilty

ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — A man who was arrested in Jamaica 18 years after killing two women in Roanoke has pleaded guilty to the slayings. Thomas Manuel Paige Jr. entered…

Kidd appointed to Pulaski Town Council

PULASKI — It wasn’t a unanimous decision, but H. M. Kidd has been selected by the Pulaski Town Council to become the town’s newest councilman. After brief comments from each…

Virginia takes part in program

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia is participating in a pilot program that will allow schools to offer extra help for students before moving them to a different one. The U.S.…

Heritage Church aids community

DUBLIN — “We’re all about reaching out. We don’t wait for people to have to come to us,” said Mike Sweeney, pastor of Heritage Church in Dublin. Judging by the…

Pulaski police cracking down on impaired drivers

PULASKI — America is facing an impaired-driving crisis, and the problem is especially acute during the summer months. That’s why the Pulaski Police Department today announced it will join other…

Master Chef reopening coming soon

PULASKI — It could be a couple more weeks before Master Chef reopens, but the new owner says it will be “worth the wait.” French Miller said he has to…

Virginia takes part in program

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia is participating in a pilot program that will allow schools to offer extra help for students before moving them to a different one. The U.S.…