Robert David, youth and gang violence prevention coordinator for the City of Danville, has been named as a winner of the Frederic Milton Thrasher Award by the National Gang Crime Research Center.
NATIONAL GANG CRIME CENTER HONORS ROBERT DAVID
CITY ASSISTS BUSINESSES IN CONVEYING SAFE PRACTICES
As more retail stores and restaurants reopen, the City of Danville has designed a free marketing kit to help businesses communicate that they are opening safely to the public by taking the necessary precautions.
IDA APPROVES FUNDS TO ASSIST SMALL BUSINESSES
The Danville Office of Economic Development today announced the creation of new funding tools for small businesses in partnership with the River District Association (RDA) and Longwood Small Business Development Center (SBDC). The programs have ...
SMALL BUSINESSES CAN APPLY FOR CORONAVIRUS LOANS
Gov. Ralph Northam announced Thursday that Virginia small businesses could begin applying for low-interest loans of up to $2 million from a U.S. Small Business Administration fund aimed at helping companies pay their bills and continue operating ...
CITY MANAGER DECLARES LOCAL STATE OF EMERGENCY
Danville and Pittsylvania County have yet to have a confirmed case of the new coronavirus, but City Manager Ken Larking today declared a local state of emergency to enable the City to have access to additional resources as needed. The ...
Loudoun County, City of Danville hope to learn from one another in statewide exchange program
Loudoun County officials are partnering with their counterparts in Danville as part of a new pilot exchange program. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced the new initiative in front of guests at the executive mansion ...
Decades in the making, Danville’s downtown revitalization a cornerstone of long-term sustainability for community
Once upon a time, downtown Danville, like many other towns, was a hub of constant activity. Theatre, shopping, restaurants, doctors, offices, factories — whatever you needed to find, downtown is where you went. The streets were a constant hum ...
Danville business gets $8M investment in technology that breaks down clothing to raw materials to be used again
Tyton BioSciences is getting $8 million from four companies investing in its technology that recycles textiles for making clothing.