BROSVILLE — Tunstall area residents voiced their concerns over a proposed planned community in southwestern Pittsylvania County during a public meeting Thursday night.
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Danville is making moves to begin focusing its efforts on finding ways to improve and enhance the historic Almagro neighborhood.
Pittsylvania County supervisors moving forward with special election, seeking interim member to fill seat
While the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors moves froward with a special election to fill a soon-to-be-open seat with the resignation of Tim Chesher, they also are looking for interested candidates for the post in the interim.
Danville Utilities customers facing the threat of having their utilities disconnected or trying to get them turned back on can apply for help from Danville Social Services.
The Danville Police Department held a Peace Officers Memorial Service on Monday in memory of six officers who have died in the line of duty — five from the police department and one from the Danville Sheriff’s Office.
Riding a wave of casino optimism, Danville leaders say they expect population growth amid revitalization
"The opening was magnificent," said Vice Mayor Gary Miller said at Tuesday night's meeting.
Heidi L. Jones announced her candidacy for the Pittsylvania County Clerk of Court in a statement to the Register & Bee.
Even amid delays, by the time summer rolls in, Danville children should be able to frolic in the first of two slash pads in the city.
From early talks in 2018 to a temporary facility opening Monday, a look back at the path to a casino in Danville
Come Monday, a vision turns into a reality with the opening of Danville Casino, a temporary facility operating on the space that will soon occupy the $650 million resort.
After nearly five years of chatter surrounding bringing a casino to the River City, a temporary facility will open at 10 a.m. Monday.
On May 6, Chatham Hall — a boarding school for girls in Pittsylvania County — broke ground on a new athletics, health and wellness center.
Murray Whittle announced his candidacy for the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors for the Westover District in a statement to the Danville Register & Bee.
Just days before a temporary casino opens in Danville, a new regional tourism brand was unveiled Wednesday night: Visit SoSi.
The matter will now head before Danville City Council on June 6 for the official approval.
The mass meeting is planned for 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Pittsylvania County Community Center in Chatham.
Staging for demolition of the structure at Main started this week, with the building to be demolished by June 1.
A recent $230,000 grant will extend and strengthen a health care initiative in the Dan River Region.
City Council members also approve 80% raise for themselves, bump in pay for employees.
After decades of water woes, residents along Horseshoe Road in Pittsylvania County connecting to public supply
Thanks for federal coronavirus relief funding, about 4.5 miles of water lines will connect residents of Horseshoe Road to a public water supply.
Southside officials are touting what they believe will be a busy spectator season.
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Now in its 10th year as an effort to spur residents to clean up around their properties — and the community in general — the city is once again gearing up for the annual Make Danville Shine campaign.
Frank Fox, of Mount Herman, announced his candidacy for the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors in the Chatham-Blairs District in a statement to the Register & Bee.
The city of Danville has selected a firm to perform architecture and engineering for a planned pedestrian across the Dan River.
The city of Danville proposes to create an overlay along the West Main Street corridor from the North Carolina line that would establish guidelines for development along that road.
Another third come from other areas of the commonwealth.
His resignation will be effective June 1.
Danville City Council members paid tribute to local civil rights leader Apostle Lawrence Campbell Sr. during their meeting Tuesday night, remembering him as an inspiring spiritual figure who left an indelible mark upon the city.
Dan River Regional legislative leaders will give their insights on this year’s General Assembly session at a breakfast event next month.