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Joint Services meeting presents updates

The meeting of the Joint Services, held Monday, Oct. 5, immediately got underway after dinner, with Tom Brewster, the Assistant Superintendent for Administration, providing the boards with his listing of…

Newbern Fall Festival

The New River Valley’s largest two-day arts and crafts festival is this weekend when the Newbern Community holds its annual Fall Festival of Arts and Crafts Saturday and Sunday. Each…

Pulaski woman charged with murder

A Pulaski woman has been charged with murder in the Wednesday morning death of her three-year-old son. Lisa Michelle Hylton, 38, of Mashburn Avenue was arrested at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday…

Hylton court date set

A Pulaski woman accused by police of murdering her three-year-old son is scheduled to appear in court in early December. Lisa Michelle Hylton, 38, has a Dec. 2 court date…

VDOT to examine Fatz Cafe entrance due to safety concerns

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors has asked Virginia Department of Transportation to look into two intersections on Route 100 that are potential traffic hazards. County Administrator Peter Huber asked that…

More money should go to mowing secondary roads, not I-81, one Supervisor says

If mowing along county roads continues to be reduced due to state budget cuts next spring, one official would like to see a little less mowing along Interstate 81 and…

Hylton court date set

A Pulaski woman accused by police of murdering her three-year-old son is scheduled to appear in court in early December. Lisa Michelle Hylton, 38, has a Dec. 2 court date…

Boucher announces federal grant for Southwest Virginia Legal Aid Society

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representative Rick Boucher announced today that the U.S. Department of Justice, through its STOP Violence Against Women Grant Program, is providing a federal grant in the…

More money should go to mowing secondary roads, not I-81, one Supervisor says

If mowing along county roads continues to be reduced due to state budget cuts next spring, one official would like to see a little less mowing along Interstate 81 and…

Boucher announces federal grant for Southwest Virginia Legal Aid Society

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representative Rick Boucher announced today that the U.S. Department of Justice, through its STOP Violence Against Women Grant Program, is providing a federal grant in the…