Community Celebrates Juneteenth


Pulaski celebrates Juneteenth with music, dance and much more at Saturday’s commemoration held at W.D. Savage Park. Those in attendance heard from a variety of speakers and musical guests, while enjoying games and fellowship throughout the afternoon. Wade Neely / Pulaski Citizen

TCAT-Pulaski Breaks Ground on Expansion


TCAT-Pulaski representatives are joined by developers and state, county and city leaders to officially break ground on the school’s $30 million expansion. The project will see TCAT-Pulaski enlarge its facilities and add several programs, such as automotive repair and cosmetology. TCAT-Pulaski welcomes those interested in enrolling to take a campus tour to see its many in-demand skill programs with seats […]

SunDrop Fest Draws 12K-Plus to Pulaski Square


More than 12,000 flock to the Historic Pulaski Square June 8 for the annual SunDrop Festival. Visitors were treated to perennial favorites such as the Milk Drop and Slam Drop competitions as well as various musical performances, kids activities, dozens of vendors and food truck options and much more. Giles Chamber CEO Jessie Parker said it was great to see […]


Juneteenth Celebration Set


The Giles County NAACP’s third annual Juneteenth Celebration will be held Saturday, June 15. The event will run from noon-6 p.m. at Pulaski’s W.D. Savage Park, 706 N. Patterson St. The afternoon will feature a 3-point shoot-out, cornhole, kickball and other games. A bouncy house/waterslide will be available for the kids to cool off. There will also be door prizes […]

Updated, Simplified Pulaski Utility Policies Increase Transparency, Ease of Access

The City of Pulaski will simplify and consolidate water, sewer and gas policies following a May 28 decision by the city council. Public Works Director John Green, working with MTAS, has developed updated policies for the water, sewer and gas departments. These customer policies increase transparency regarding fees and billing. City Attorney Andy Hoover reviewed the updated policies to ensure […]

SunDrop Fest Is Saturday!


There has always been plenty to do at Pulaski’s annual SunDrop Festival, but this year will feature even more festivities and fun. “Just breaking this week, Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s #3 SunDrop Chevrolet will make an appearance from 2-5 p.m.,” Giles Chamber CEO Jessie Parker said. “This car will head back to the shop to get ready for Dale Jr. to […]

TCAT Invites Community to Expansion Groundbreaking


TCAT-Pulaski is excited to announce it is expanding its campus and program offerings. The community is invited to attend a groundbreaking ceremony set for Friday, June 7, at 10 a.m. Gov. Bill Lee awarded money for many TCATs across the state to expand or update facilities as workforce demands are increasing. Pulaski’s location is enlarging their facilities and adding several […]

Rotary Club of Pulaski Celebrates 100 Years


It was a gorgeous night on the historic downtown Pulaski Square!  Rotarians, former and current, were invited to mingle, celebrate and kick up their heels as the service-minded group commemorated 100 years of the Rotary Club of Pulaski being in existence.  A tent was assembled on Second Street and the road was closed so event goers could visit, dine and […]

Additional Damage to Lynnville Municipal Building Delays Repairs

The City of Lynnville’s work on the municipal building was delayed after new issues with the walls were discovered during repairs. “It’s going to take a while to get done… I want to get it right to start with,” Mayor Robert White said at the board’s May 7 meeting. “Right now, we’re in a state of limbo because the person […]

Elkton ‘Hey Day’ Set for June 1

Elkton’s “Hey Day” event is set for Saturday, June 1, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Elkton City Park. Elkton Police Officer Josh Davis informed the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, at its May 15 meeting, that there are 50 vendors signed up for the event, along with several food trucks. Hey Day will feature live music throughout the day […]

Leadership Giles Supports Kids Place


Kids Place, A Child Advocacy Center Executive Director Charlsi Legendre cuts the ribbon and officially unveils the new signage and improvements made at the center’s Pulaski location. The new improvements were the culmination of the Leadership Giles Class of 2024 group project. Class members organized a fund-raiser to purchase signage for the facility, made a donation to the group and […]

Pulaski Codes Official Will Oversee Issues of Livability, Aesthetics

The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted May 14 to authorize a new city position for a codes official. The board authorized Mayor J.J. Brindley, City Administer Terry Harrison and Public Works Director John Green to detail the qualifications for this position and advertise it.  A dedicated codes official will monitor compliance with city ordinances on a daily basis […]


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