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Changes coming at Dublin plant

DUBLIN — Unless production volume picks up, as many as 200 employees at Volvo’s Dublin plant could be laid off later this year when the company moves its Mack Trucks…

Intermet seeks Chapter 11 reorganization

RADFORD — A downturn in automotive sales, particularly among SUV’s and other larger vehicles, has prompted Intermet, the parent company of the New River Foundry, to seek protection under federal…

Pulaski man’s body identified

RADFORD — A little more than two months after he went missing, authorities now know the fate of a Pulaski man who was last seen in June. In a press…

Local author has first book published

PULASKI — Leah Rose has been writing ever since she learned how. “Throughout my childhood, I was obsessed with reading and writing — mostly short stories at that point —…

Pulaski man’s body identified

RADFORD — A little more than two months after he went missing, authorities now know the fate of a Pulaski man who was last seen in June. In a press…

Local author has first book published

PULASKI — Leah Rose has been writing ever since she learned how. “Throughout my childhood, I was obsessed with reading and writing — mostly short stories at that point —…

Pulaski Council considers radio frequency meters

PULASKI — Aged water meters could be costing the Town of Pulaski as much as $120,000 a year, so the Town Council is considering an upgrade that should be more…

Town considers Urban Archery Season

PULASKI — With populations exploding across Virginia, towns are becoming as vulnerable as any rural setting to damage caused by deer. Pulaski is no exception. That is why the town…

Pulaski Council considers radio frequency meters

PULASKI — Aged water meters could be costing the Town of Pulaski as much as $120,000 a year, so the Town Council is considering an upgrade that should be more…

Run for the Fallen passes through county

PULASKI COUNTY — Participants in the “Run for the Fallen,” a cross-country event to honor American service members who lost their lives while serving in Iraq, passed through Pulaski County…