(WSLS 10) – Montgomery Circuit Court Clerk Erica Williams now has one week to provide an explanation to supervisors about why an extra $21,700 of taxpayer money has not helped retain employees. The board voted four-to-three to begin the inquiry. Williams fired four of her staff last November after being re-elected. WSLS
(WSLS 10) – A Pulaski County judge grants the change of venue request for Ashley white, but her trial will still happen in Pulaski county.
With a wintry-mix weather system continuing to move through the district combined with low temperatures, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is advising motorists to expect possible snow-covered, slick or icy road conditions this evening and overnight.
On February 8, 2016, the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors held a meeting at the County Government Center, 755 Roanoke Street, Christiansburg, Va.
Blacksburg Volunteer Rescue Squad is recruiting community members. They are an all volunteer agency providing emergency services to Blacksburg and Montgomery County.
Christiansburg Parks & Recreation will host an Internet Safety Course on Tuesday, February 23 from 7-9 p.m. at the Christiansburg Recreation Center, 1600 North Franklin Street.
The following schools have announced schedule changes due to weather for Tuesday, February 9, 2016:
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The Public Works Department will observe the Presidents’ Day Holiday on February 15, 2016.
A Pulaski woman arrested last spring and summer on eight charges related to making methamphetamine (meth) will have her charges dismissed if she successfully completes Pulaski County’s drug court program.
A Pulaski County judge has granted a prosecutor’s request to have a pregnant defendant held without bond out of “concern for the health and safety of her unborn child.”
(WSLS 10) The cause of a house fire in Blacksburg is under investigation tonight.
The following County offices are closed in observance of Presidents Day, Feb. 15:
A history of helping police catch drug manufacturers and abusers as an informant does not erase a long criminal career, Circuit Judge Marc Long told Roanoker Stephen Alan Haynie Tuesday before sending him to prison for 10 years with another 15 years hanging over his head.
After announcing a large layoff late last year at its Pulaski County plant, there was bit of better news from Volvo recently: fewer jobs than previously announced are being trimmed.
A 13-year-old girl is killed, and suddenly the mass shooting at Virginia Tech from nearly a decade ago gets pushed in front of the public again.
Friends, family members, coaches, staff and friends gathered Wednesday to look on as two Pulaski County athletes made their college commitments official as part of National Signing Day.
When the flood waters rolled through Floyd County in September, 2015, Colleen Allen and Ya’akov Russell were caught off guard. They still are.