Another new business has joined the growing River District with Snipz Hair Studio holding a grand opening celebration Monday at 326 Main St. Danville Mayor John Gilstrap welcomed Angel Mac to downtown, noting a drive through the River District ...
Salon opens in River District after owner drawn to downtown atmosphere
‘Future I-785 Corridor’ signs return to Danville as ‘a symbol of a promise’
Highways signs reading “Future I-785 Corridor” have been reinstalled along the U.S. 29 bypass from the Virginia-North Carolina border to its intersection at U.S. 58. State and local officials unveiled the sign during a ceremony Tuesday morning ...
Purchase agreement signed for $100 million project at Berry Hill Industrial Park
A second business has signed a purchase agreement for acreage in the Berry Hill Industrial Park, the Regional Industrial Facility Authority announced at a meeting Monday. Enviva Development Holdings LLC has signed an agreement to buy a 168-acre ...
Noblis renews commitment to Danville, intends to increase personnel
The Noblis Center for Applied High Performance Computing — a high-tech supercomputer company at 527 Bridge St. — announced Monday it has signed a second five-year lease to continue doing business in Danville. The company plans to install the ...
Marketing efforts for White Mill site ‘encouraging’
The Danville Industrial Development Authority officially owns the White Mill property on Memorial Drive, with the final paperwork signed Tuesday morning, Corrie Teague Bobe, assistant director of economic development, said. The IDA announced its ...
Bridge Street Food Truck Rodeo!
Kelvin G. Perry has joined the Danville Office of Economic Development as project manager.
Kelvin G. Perry has joined the Danville Office of Economic Development as project manager. His responsibilities include the recruitment and retention of businesses and developers to the River District, assisting with the management of grant and ...
DCC precision machining students head to National SkillsUSA Championships
Three of Danville Community College’s precision machining students will compete at the national SkillsUSA Championships during the week of June 19 in Louisville, Kentucky. Quin Motley of Chatham, Stephen Chambers of Axton, and Artsem Fitsner of ...