A South Boston woman convicted of manslaughter gets the maximum sentence; A convicted Pittsylvania County killer will be sentenced later this week; Lawmakers debate how Virginia will spend COVID relief money; A unique piece of Danville's history gets a historic marker.
Northam recommends the vaccinated mask up in certain indoor places; Danville Regional Airport is in line for a state grant; Virginia’s new redistricting commission has a busy summer; The GW Eagles start football practice.
Danville Police investigate a shooting; One person hospitalized after a bad crash on Franklin Turnpike, north of the city; Congressman Good leads the anti-mask effort on Capitol Hill; A Halifax woman faces sentencing in connection with the death of her son.
A Pittsylvania judge denies bond for a suspect in a shooting death; A Martinsville Grand Jury did NOT indict one of three suspects in a double-homicide; The governor puts together a wish list before next week's special GA session; A historic house in Danville gets official recognition.
A fatal crash in Ringgold; A state agency gives a perfect grade to the Danville Jail; A signature restaurant gets a big honor; Three area educational institutes join forces to train IT professionals.
A moderate increase in local COVID cases; Thousands in Danville now get free dental coverage; A weekend fire was sparked by an unattended candle; City Police block off Main Street for a GOOD cause.
An increase in the Pittsylvania County meals tax; State officials draw up regulations for new casinos; A local community will keep their name...for the most part; Another Project Imagine class graduates in Danville.
A $175,000 truck will help saves lives in Pittsylvania County; The state is stopping just short of a mask mandate this fall for elementary schools; Caswell County authorities will not file charges in the drowning of a 2-year old girl; A local Congressman is taking a leading role on Capitol Hill.
Pittsylvania leaders give the thumbs up to the Blue Ridge Rock Festival; Health officials report an increase in local COVID-19 cases; Pittsylvania County raises taxes; Danville leaders will spend $180,000 to buy land for an electric substation upgrade.