The City of Danville’s Office of Economic Development & Tourism and the Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History have received grants from the Virginia Tourism Corporation for tourism marketing. The grants are part of the more than $2.7 million ...
Virginia Tourism Corporation awards local tourism marketing grants
River District Association named one of 8 Semi-Finalists nationally for prestigious Great American Main Street Award.
The River District Association (RDA) is pleased to announce that Danville is one of eight communities selected as a semi-finalist for the Great American Main Street Award (GAMSA). The award, given out by the National Main Street Center, ...
Danville selected for project to boost economic inclusion
The City of Danville has been selected to join an initiative led by the National League of Cities and commit to increase economic inclusion and resilience for communities of color. As part of the Southern Cities Economic Inclusion initiative, ...
Danville museum receives designation as a civil rights site
The Danville Museum of Fine Arts & History today announced that it has received designation as a site on the historic U.S. Civil Rights Trail, which debuted in 2018 and includes more than 120 sites — churches, schools, courthouses, museums — ...
City Council receives update on casino
The City Council on Tuesday night received an update on the Caesars Virginia casino project, which is awaiting bid proposals for a general contractor. Requests for proposals were issued last week, and bids are due in early January, said ...
Governor Northam Announces Tyson Foods to Create More Than 375 New Jobs in Danville-Pittsylvania County
RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Tyson Foods, Inc., one of the world’s largest food companies, will invest $300 million to establish a manufacturing facility in Cane Creek Centre, an industrial park jointly owned by the City ...
Regional taskforce launches restaurant survey amid COVID-19
The SoVa Task Force is launching a survey today to assess the ongoing economic impact of COVID-19 on restaurants in the region.
Staunton River Plastics Breaks Ground on New Facility in Hurt
Many local and state elected officials and community leaders joined Staunton River Plastics for a groundbreaking ceremony for its new 250,000-square-foot facility in Hurt. Staunton River Plastics has committed to investing $34 million to build ...