Jay Timmons, president and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers and chairman of the board of The Manufacturing Institute, will be the featured speaker in the next installment of the Cardinal News Speaker Series. Timmons will speak ...
Danville event will focus on the future of advanced manufacturing
Caesars will break ground today. Is Danville ready?
When the Caesars Virginia Casino & Resort, Danville arrives, it will be one of the largest employers in the region. It is also expected to bring an increased demand for housing, airport traffic, and tourism to the city. The groundbreaking ...
A true all-star: Tunstall stand out Joe Mantiply heads to Dodger Stadium with baseball’s elite
Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo gathered his guys together in the clubhouse before the start of the Diamondbacks’ National League West matchup against Colorado two Sundays ago. Lovullo didn’t use the moment to deliver a “win one for ...
DCC building undergoes $300,000 upgrade
The L.A. Hill Building interior renovation has been completed for the Danville Community College HVAC program. This interior renovation could not have been made possible without the partnership between the DCC Educational Foundation and the J.T. ...
Why is a city that’s been losing population now planning for growth?
Here are the numbers that are driving Danville to form a partnership to make plans for future growth.
Gretna library renovation project gets $100,000 boost
An additional $100,000 is giving a boost to renovation efforts already underway at the Gretna branch of the Pittsylvania County Public Library. The latest round of funding from the county will help build an outdoor landscape. Previously, the ...
Wanted: Your input in shaping the Dan River Region’s tourism brand
A head of a transformational shift to a tourism destination, residents are invited to take a 15-minute survey to help shape the future of the Dan River Region. The Danville Office of Economic Development & Tourism — the official marketing ...
Danville considering small public park in River District
A small public park could come to the River District. The planned Witcher Park would be less than a half-acre and located between the 500 blocks of Craghead and Lynn streets downtown.