Construction of a $25.5 million Center for Manufacturing Advancement at Danville’s Institute for Advanced Learning and Research is just the latest step in Danville’s decades-long effort to turn Danville into an advanced manufacturing hub. “We ...
Danville’s Next Big Step
IALR Announces New Round of Vineyard Grant Funding, Accepting Applications
The Institute for Advanced Learning and Research (IALR), program manager of the Virginia Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission’s (TRRC) Vineyard Development and Expansion Program, has announced a new round of grant funding available to ...
Chicken, waffles joint opens on North Main
The Lazy Bee Chicken & Waffles Bar & Grill opened up shop at 616 North Main Street. Owner Eljir Clark is a Danville native who is returning to the River City after 25 years in Greensboro.
Economic growth eats up room in Dan River Region industrial parks
An influx of companies coming to the Dan River Region has led to a reduction in available space in the area’s industrial parks. Local officials are looking to solve that issue by constructing more buildings and grading pads in those ...
Fashion Haus opens in River District
DANVILLE, Va. — Kelly Cunningham is a Danville resident and creator of Danville Fashion Week (DFW), and she can add another thing to her resume – opening up Fashion Haus with a ribbon cutting in Danville's River District on Friday.
Danville council takes another step toward construction of shell building
Danville City Council voted to approve a moral obligation for a loan to pay for construction of a 30,000-square-foot shell building in the Cyber Park. The moral obligation was required from both the city and Pittsylvania County as part of a ...
Danville among winners in digital cities survey
The City of Danville is one of 10 cities in its population category to be recognized in the 2021 Digital Cities Survey for its use of technology to tackle social challenges, enhance services and strengthen cybersecurity.
A decade in the making, DCC dedicates new welding facility
Danville Community College dedicated its new welding facility Monday — a project 10 years in the making — and officially named it in honor of a half-a-million-dollar gift on behalf of two civic groups. The building that’ll train future ...