Industrial development officials hope to attract advanced manufacturer to the site.
Local issues could get drowned out by state and national matters, partisan bickering, they say.
The company has started its process to select an executive architect for the project.
Danville's city manager wants extended severance pay if he is terminated for no reason.
More than a dozen men donned pairs of kitten heels or stilettos Saturday afternoon at 2 Witches Winery and Brewery to help raise awareness of …
Danville is seeing an increase in sales-tax revenues over last year, according to the city's director of finance.
Danville City Council voted 7-0 to authorize the city manager to sign an agreement with Caesars Entertainment for a casino project at Schoolfield.
Four Danville City Council incumbents were victorious Tuesday night, while one lost his seat.
Fred Shanks, who is seeking a fourth term on Danville’s City Council, intends to continue his campaign.
Danville officials have been meeting with casino company representatives in closed sessions this week, the Danville Register & Bee has learned.
Danville resident Gordon Lyles is collecting signatures so he can qualify to run for a seat on the Danville City Council.
Emails between Danville city councilmen reveal possible concern over proposed wording for a Danville City Council resolution in response to ex…
The city of Danville is considering whether to donate fines from parking tickets for the purchase of school supplies next month.
Friends and family crowded the church pews and seats for the wedding of wedding Samantha Purgason and Landon Stanfield.
Officials with the company considering whether to buy the White Mill property asked city officials about the type of tax incentives available …
If the city manager’s proposed budget is adopted, the Danville Life Saving Crew could receive $280,000 annually from the city to defray the co…
William Doss had to go through three public hearings and face public opposition to get a special-use permit so he could legally offer home sha…
Cherie Tamson was watching the Danville City Council on River City TV the night of its Feb 19 meeting when she realized something wasn’t right.
Danville officials are looking into the possibility of offering paid parental leave and increasing vacation time for its employees.
Danville’s vice mayor plans to roll out proposed changes to ease burdens on small business owners in the city.
Danville will consider Thursday night whether to join two other Virginia cities to convince the General Assembly to legalize casinos in the co…