Customers behind on utility bills have about two months to catch up.
A previous salary study was just completed last year.
More than 1,000 Danville residents have received help with mortgage, rent and utilities assistance from coronavirus relief funds so far.
Revenue from Caesars Virginia can be used for other projects.
The final work was completed Sunday.
The pandemic and temporary shutdown of non-essential businesses, as well as restrictions on public gatherings, have wreaked havoc on small businesses.
Any unused money would have to be returned to the federal government.
Danville is seeing an increase in sales-tax revenues over last year, according to the city's director of finance.
For Danville resident LeQuanta Jones, the $1,126 in federal CARES Act utilities assistance she applied for last month was a godsend.
About 2,000 Danville Utilities residential customers are at risk of having their service disconnected in the first few days of September if th…
An ongoing study of Danville city employee salaries could mean an increase in pay ranges for some municipal jobs.
For the first time, Danville will turn delinquent personal property tax bills a year or more overdue over to a collections firm.
Tropical Storm Michael’s path of destruction through the Dan River Region caused an estimated $12.9 million in damages to streets, utilities, …
Residential property values have declined in Danville since last year, according to the latest re-assessment in the city.
When Telvista closes its Danville call center in Airside Industrial Park on March 7, the company will not be off the hook for making payments …
Danville and Pittsylvania County spent a total of about $13,000 to send local officials to the United Kingdom to recruit Unison Ltd. and other…
Danville plans to perform $2 million worth of upgrades at its water treatment plant next year.
Dan River Region schools said transportation safety systems both hold bus drivers accountable and protect the lives of students.
Danville City Council voted Tuesday night to issue more than $5 million in bonds for capital improvement projects for 2017, including infrastructure and other improvements.