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Be a part of one of the largest Fire Department parades in SWVA! Come out October 12th at 7 pm to East Main Street in Pulaski. Be sure to bring your ear plugs and a chair to take in the full experience.
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! All the lords and ladies of the land are invited to join us for a fun evening of food, games, and more. Our annual Fall Festival is headed back to when brave knights and beautiful princesses roamed the castle halls. Eat, play, and hear a wonderful story about the greatest knight […]
Our Fall Festival is a fun-filled, family-oriented event with lots of games, inflatables, cake walk, and food. Game tickets and arm bands are on sale now or can be purchased at the door. Friday, October 20 from 5 PM – 8 PM Floyd Elementary 531 Oak Hill Dr SE Floyd, Virginia 24091 Use the link […]
Join us for a fun-filled day celebrating the beautiful fall season! We will have live music all day! The Merc will be serving up an Appalachian Autumn BBQ Menu (see discussion for full menu!) There also be mulled wines and cider drink specials at The Merc. At the farms, we will be hosting an all […]
BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! Join us for a 1940’s inspired evening of music, food, and fun is support of the USO (United Service Organizations). There will be LIVE, big-band music by The Old Pros band. We will be serving some wartime inspired, canteen fare. We encourage everyone to come dressed in their best 1940s attire!! […]
Right-to-Try Update The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health, on which I serve, recently heard testimony from Dr. Scott Gottlieb, head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), about expanding access to new, unapproved treatments for patients with life-threatening illnesses. I have long supported the idea of “right-to-try,” having introduced bills on the […]
Please join the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Montgomery County and Radford for a Pancake Breakfast on Thursday, October 19 from 8-10 am at the Christiansburg Recreation Center. The breakfast includes 3 pancakes, a sausage patty, and a drink for a minimum donation of $5. This fundraiser will replace our annual Walk-A-Thon and […]
The local NAACP will have listening events at local churches to hear what your concerns are, entitled “Rebuilding to Serve You.” These will be held on Monday evenings, 6:30-8pm over the next few weeks: Monday, 10/9, at First Baptist Church, 555 W. Rock Road, Radford Monday, 10/16, at Greater Mt. Zion Holiness Church, 385 Depot […]
This morning, October 7 at 2:37 a.m., our office received a 911 call stating that an individual had been stabbed at a residence on Cattle Creek Path (Mountain Creek Mobile Home Community) in Elliston, VA. Deputies responded to the scene where they located 24 year old Christian G. Colwell deceased from what appeared to be […]
On October 5, 2017 at approximately 4:00 pm the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office responded to a motor vehicle crash in the southbound lane of Route 100. Upon arrival deputies observed a 2016 KIA had impacted a 2008 Mack Tractor and Trailer in the rear. The driver of the KIA, Kelli Nicole Roark, sustained significant injuries […]
The BraveHeart 5K Run/Walk will be held on Saturday, October 21st at 10:00AM in Bisset Park and will help to kick off the annual Highlanders Festival. The proceeds from the event will go to the American Heart Association. Runners in kilts are welcome, and encouraged, to celebrate the area’s Scots Irish heritage. Prizes will be […]
The Montgomery County Education Association Political Action Committee (MCEA-PAC) has voted to recommend 2 candidates seeking election to the Montgomery County School Board and one candidate running for the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors. The recommended candidates for the Montgomery County School Board are: Gunin Kiran in District A and Tim Thornton in District C. […]
Recent data shows that women in Montgomery County had a higher increase in income than men between 2009 and 2015. While men still make more money than women, the data shows that women are closing the gap. The study was conducted by Pansop.com, a community knowledge sharing website built to help people become more knowledgeable about […]
Visitors to the City of Radford on Saturday, Oct. 21 will get a taste of Scots-Irish culture as the 21st Highlanders Festival returns with a full menu of music, dance, athletic games, sheepherding and more than 50 craft and food vendors. Set in Bisset Park along a beautiful stretch of the New River, the festival […]
Hungry for some biscuits and gravy, or biscuits and apple butter? On the second Saturdays of October (14th) and November (11th), the Mount Tabor Ruritan Club will be serving up scratch-made biscuits topped with sausage gravy or, if you prefer, with the latest batch of our “world-famous” apple butter. Breakfast will be served in the Fellowship […]
The Christiansburg Aquatic Center will accept new and/or gently used coats from October 9 through November 10, 2017 for their “Give A Kid A Coat” Drive. “Give A Kid A Coat” is held with the intention of offering a winter coat for any child in need of one. After collection, the coats will be donated […]
The Meadowbrook Public Library presents the 2017 Fall Harvest Celebration on Saturday, October 7, 2017. Join us for live music, free hayrides and pumpkins, contests, vendors, farmers market and more for the whole family! Activities: • Darrin Handy’s Reptiles • Meadowbrook Quilt Display • Best Pie Contest • Painted Pumpkin Contest • Vendors • Farmer’s […]
Highland Ridge Rehab Center presents the 10th Annual Highland Ridge Rehab Fall Fest on Saturday, October 7, 2017. Enjoy a Moon Bounce and Obstacle Course, pony rides, live music, cotton candy, petting zoo, face painting, hay rides and lots more all for free. And, there will be over 30 vendors including crafters and jewelers, steam […]