Danville Police release name of man killed in pedestrian accident; Company building Caesar’s Virginia casino in Danville to hold first in series of public outreach sessions; Group bringing broadband to County has begun mapping out largest county.
The Long Mill dam is coming down; Long awaited work on renovations to White Mill might be just around corner; Danville man charged in deadly shooting now behind bars; Altavista’s newest Police Officer spent his Fourth of July saving someone’s life!
Danville City Council ready to formally accept grants to help with two big recreation projects; Halifax County man will spend thirty years in prison; Gun shop owner in Pittsylvania County needs use permit to open county’s first indoor gun range.
Danville man wanted in fatal weekend shooting in Caswell County; Man who shot supervisor in head will serve seven years in prison; Pittsylvania County regulators ready to weigh requests for two more Utility Scale Solar facilities.
Altavista woman died in single-car crash in Pittsylvania County; One of last hurdles before work can begin on White Mill could be removed next week; Pittsylvania County getting $790,000 federal grant to start rehabbing Roaring Fork Dam.
Local leaders ready to take next step for new shell building; Jobless rates in Southside Virginia are bit higher than month ago, much lower than year ago; Local Congressman trying to prevent National Guard members from being drummed out;
Annual summer spike in animal drop offs setting records; Fire call raising concerns among Pittsylvania County’s Fire and Rescue community; Danville’s drinking water passed annual test; Group building Mountain Valley Pipeline asking for more time.
Regional group applying for state help to pay for big road improvements; We’re seeing SMALLER numbers at gas pumps; Crews moving closer to opening three new convenience centers; Fire and Rescue Agencies getting green light to spend some ARPA money.
One person died, several others hurt when gunshots rang out; City fire crews made quick work of blaze; Packed house, national TV audience and lots of on-track fireworks at South Boston Speedway; God's Pit Crew made another family's dream come true.
Henry County authorities say Bassett woman fired shots at four deputies; Federal appeals court upholding Mountain Valley Pipeline’s use of eminent domain; Another budget year in Danville wraps up; God's Pit Crew has VERY special weekend planned.