Danville will enter into a solar power agreement with American Municipal Power.
A search is currently underway for a new leader.
Lamenting last week’s back-to-back homicides in the city and calling the perpetrators “thugs,” Danville city councilmen implored residents to …
The Long Mill dam will soon be history.
Incumbents on Danville City Council face challenges from newcomers after Tuesday’s deadline to file to run for office.
It looks like Danville City Council will vote at its next meeting whether to tear down the Long Mill Dam, following years of on-and-off debate…
Mayor Alonzo Jones said residents have asked council to examine more closely the funding the city of Danville provides to its school division.
Stonewall Therapeutic Center's name will be changing to reflect its neighborhood.
For Phi-lly Cheese Steaks & Things co-owner Deborah Parks, costs for sandwich ingredients have soared.
Danville City Council will consider renaming the facility just off North Main Street to Camp Grove Recreation Center, a name that would match the neighborhood where it's located.
Danville officials have changed where it will allow medical cannabis dispensaries in the city.
Danville Schools Superintendent Angela Hairston, who recommended keeping the mask mandate in place, told the Danville Register & Bee the move was important to enable the school division to continue in-person instruction.
The Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors' decision to fire the county administrator was what voters wanted, said the board's chair.
"2022, in a lot of ways, is preparing for what we know will happen in 2023," Danville City Manager Ken Larking said during an interview at his office Tuesday.
Danville will receive a small share of a $26 billion settlement of opioid-related claims following a lawsuit filed by state and local governments.
Even with a dwindled staff and influx of patients, they find "ways to stretch," said Sovah Health-Danville CEO Alan Larson.
Alarms are sounding among the medical community.
"Anybody that thinks we're not in another crisis has got their heads buried in the sand," said Danville Vice Mayor Gary Miller, a cardiologist.
Confusion arose among council members because the agenda item included the term "cannabis dispensing facilities" without mentioning medical cannabis.
Following the fatal tubing accident at a dam in Eden, N.C., that left at least four people dead earlier this month, Danville officials are lik…
As dispensary zoning advances in Danville, a long list of regulations are already rooted.
Funds would be used to renovate city schools.
Revenue would be used to renovate city schools.
The $12 million project will add 50% to space.
The Pinnacles facility is located in Patrick County.