Photos from last weekend’s Jazz & Ribfeast: The Southwest Times
When Tracey Mattson was advising a veteran who came to her for help at Radford University’s Learning Assistance and Resource Center (LARC) a few years ago, she came to a realization.
Event organizers wondered if anybody would show up for the first-ever Pulaski Jazz & Ribfeast.
If you get a telephone call from a company wanting to make your computer run faster, just hang up.
County officials voted in June to seal and paint cracks in the masonry columns on the front of the Pulaski County Administration Building, but the work has been halted so a structural engineer can inspect the structures.
Anyone who is interested in becoming a substitute teacher for Pulaski County Public Schools will have the opportunity to get their foot in the door next month.
Seaman Jay Kelly from Princeton, W.Va., removes the nonskid covering from a deck aboard USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74).
Justin W. Shatto of Dublin, a Pulaski County High School student, has been named to the National Society of High School Scholars.
New River Community College has been named one of the Chronicle of Higher Education’s “2015 Great Colleges to Work For.”
Two non-credit workshops about Apple’s iPad device and one about the social networking website Facebook will be offered at New River Community College this fall.
I am about to admit to you something that makes me SAD. I have lived less than 2 hours away from Winston Salem, NC my entire life. Forever.
Work continues on the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control store in Floyd. This week the sign and telephone wiring were installed.: Floyd Press
Around 60 participants of the 18th Congress of the International Union of Women Architects trekked to Blacksburg this week to get a first-hand view of Tech’s rare archive of female architects.: Roanoke.com
Stop by and Camp at the Market! Located on the front lawn of the Community Center at 1410 Wenonah Ave, the Pearisburg Community Market is open Saturday from 9:00am to 2:00pm.
A Pulaski County judge has taken under advisement a motion for DNA testing filed by convicted murderer Jerry Glenn Killen.
“I know it’s not an excuse, but it’s what happens when you keep doing the same thing over and over. I knew better.”
The public has several opportunities this summer to help send local students in need back to school with the supplies they need.
A Blacksburg woman was arrested Wednesday for allegedly prostituting herself in the presence of her 5-year-old daughter, according to Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.