Danville Mayor Alonzo Jones noted the irony of textiles returning to Danville on Tuesday, given the region’s history with the industry, while announcing a business promising jobs in the eastern part of the city. BGF Industries — a subsidiary of ...
N.C. company to relocate in Danville, bring 65 new jobs
Truck Series champ Todd Bodine enters SVRA Charity Pro-Am at VIR
By: SVRA | September 13, 2018 7:43 AM Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA) announced today that two-time NASCAR Truck Series champion and Fox Sports analyst Todd Bodine will be in the starting lineup for the “American Racing Legends ...
More apartments, commercial space in works for Danville’s River District
The Danville Planning Commission recommended approval of 46 new apartment units and commercial space in the 500 block of Lynn Street and a community garden next to God’s Storehouse during its meeting Monday afternoon. Ross Fickenscher and ...
Editorial: Stewart is wrong about Danville. It’s actually a success story.
Editorial: Stewart is wrong about Danville. It's actually a success story.
Leaders from Wisconsin tour city, hoping to take page from book of Danville’s revitalization
Officials from Watertown, Wisconsin, visited Danville on Monday to get some pointers on how to revitalize their city — including hoped-for construction of a new YMCA. Watertown is up against similar challenges Danville had several years ago and ...
Students place in national SkillsUSA competition
Four Dan River Region precision machining students placed in a national competition. Six students from Danville Community College and Pittsylvania Career and Technical Center travelled to Louisville, Kentucky, for the SkillsUSA National ...
Grant awarded for student training
A regional education partnership has been awarded a $648,000 state grant to train local students in information technology, advanced manufacturing and related career fields. The Great Opportunities in Technology and Engineering Careers ...
In visit, governor praises Dan River Region’s precision machining programs
The Dan River Region’s precision machining programs not only brought Virginia’s top elected official to Danville on Tuesday, it attracted another state’s governor as well. Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam and Arkansas Republican