You don’t want to miss this weekend’s Pulaski Toy Train Show and all the events that are planned. Flea Market, Live Music, Classic Car Show, and trains, trains, and more trains.
Virginia State Police Troopers are investigating a multi-vehicle Labor Day crash that occurred on Interstate 81 at the Peak Creek Bridge in Pulaski County.
The Floyd County Lions Club is planning its 14th Annual Golf Tournament on Friday, September 19 with a 1:00 p.m. shotgun start at Great Oaks Country Club I Floyd. Golfers, teams and sponsors are needed. Proceeds will support club projects.
The owner of Shelor Motor Mile wants to invest $3 million in the town of Pulaski. $1 million would go toward renovating a historic warehouse and transforming it into a restaurant and retail store on the bottom floor.
The Cottage Retreat II bunk bed’s side mattress support rails can break, posing a fall hazard. …read more
Putting priorities of threats to the United States and your home is a challenge, or does it matter? The world today is in far worse shape than it was in WWII, which I remember quite vividly. We are faced with internal political, economic, religious freedom, moral decline, and the list goes on.
It’s been about six weeks now since we left our local church and began meeting at home. You would think that we would be having a lot of adjustment issues to the sudden change in things we’ve done every week for more than 40 years. But the truth is exactly the opposite. We couldn’t be(…)
Kraft Foods Group is voluntarily recalling 7,691 cases of select varieties of regular Kraft American Singles Pasteurized Prepared Cheese Product. A supplier did not store an ingredient used in this product in accordance with Kraft’s temperature standards.
Leading from Behind: Civilized people are appalled by the barbaric murder of American journalist Jim Foley by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). A week after ISIS distributed video of Foley’s tragic murder, President Obama in a press conference responded to questions about potential plans for action in Syria by saying, “We don’t(…)
PulaskiFest is a family friendly, fun-filled day featuring live music, entertainment, local vendors, arts & crafts, a flea market, and much more! PulaskiFest 2014 is being held Saturday, September 27th in Jackson Park in historic downtown Pulaski from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. As in years past, this year promises to be a great day of(…)
If you plan on buying a hunting license this year, you are required to complete hunter education if you are either 12 to 15 years of age or if this is your first license. Students are required to complete several hours of self-study prior to class. Registration is required on-line at www.dgif.virginia.gov/hunting/education. The class will(…)
A man who attempted to rob an Elliston store in February and wrecked into two state police cars after a chase on Interstate 81 pleaded guilty last week to three charges. Justin William Swanson, 29, of Callands in Pittsylvania County, was convicted in Montgomery County Circuit Court of attempted robbery, felony destruction of property and(…)
For 110 years, the stained glass windows and lavish woodwork of the church at 110 E. Roanoke St. surrounded Presbyterian and Church of God congregations. Now there’s a new group of believers in one of Blacksburg’s oldest houses of worship.
Virginia Tech’s seventh annual welcome festival, Gobblerfest 2014, is set for Friday and will showcase all there is for students to do on campus and in the surrounding community. Festivities run from 4 to 8 p.m. that afternoon.
The newest campaign for what has become a frequently contested seat on Christiansburg Town Council has begun.
Virginia Tech’s Deputy Title IX officer is investigating at least three allegations of sexual assault.
On a night when both offenses were struggling to get into gear, the Christiansburg special teams picked up the slack for the Blue Demons.
During the summer of 1969, rising Blacksburg High School senior Richard Almond took a job bagging groceries because he thought working at Kroger would be fun. More than four decades later, Almond, as store manager of the Christiansburg Kroger, said the thought had been confirmed.
On this date, at 8:30 am, Blacksburg Police responded 103 S. Main Street, Social House Restaurant, in reference to what was initially reported as vandalism.