At Danville Community College, the perfect storm has led to eight positions, including six faculty positions, being put on the chopping bloc…
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Averett University is trying to make volunteering easier for people in and around Danville.
Chatham First is holding a design competition for banners to be hung on the town’s lamp posts.
The search continued on Monday for the suspect who led a Henry County sheriff’s deputy on a high-speed chase.
The Martinsville Fire Department is dedicating time each month to go door-to-door checking people’s smoke detectors and installing smoke det…
A video taken inside a second floor women’s restroom at the high school shows a cluster of cockroaches around a stall door.
A company aimed at helping doctors spend more time with patients is expanding to Danville.
The system is a series of wells that will filter the river water through the riverbank before it gets to the drinking water plant.
Telvin Hairston was sentenced Thursday afternoon.
At the March 21 council meeting, a first reading will be held for an ordinance to appropriate to the Industrial Development Authority $1.5 m…
Averett University students are helping tutor elementary and middle school students in Danville.
Researchers will study the programs by implementing them in Danville, though the programs will serve people in Pittsylvania County and Caswe…
House of Hope is a faith-based homeless shelter which started in 2009
According to the police department, officers responded to the 200 block of Moss St. around 10 p.m. Monday for a call about a disturbance.
According to a release from the Better Business Bureau Tuesday, Rev Arms is closed.
The bridge was closed Monday afternoon after a discarded cigarette but caught the bridge on fire.
Martinsville Police Chief Sean Dunn says the city’s faith community has been instrumental in helping reduce the opioid and heroin problem in…
At their annual strategic planning meeting Saturday, council members discussed the options and ultimately decided that they would like to me…
PHCC Nursing and Health Sciences Coordinator Amy Webster expects around 100 people to apply.
The Danville Parks and Rec Department is giving people a unique opportunity to view some of the city’s wildlife.