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During Tuesday evening’s meeting, Danville City Council heard from Danville City Treasurer Sheila Williamson-Branch, who announced the accreditation of the city’s Treasurer’s Office from the Treasurer’s Association of Virginia. 

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At Tuesday’s meeting of the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors, the board adopted a resolution to set Dec. 1 as the date on which the county will cut off service from the Cool Branch fire and rescue departments to the Franklin County areas of its coverage area if no cost-sharing agreem…

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Cookie, a 2-year-old dog recovered by Danville Animal Control from an abusive household, is in need of a treatment for heartworms which the Danville Area Humane Society (DAHS) will pay for using a donation fund.

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A new fast food restaurant could be heading to Danville soon, according to plans provided to Danville planning staff.

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Of the two amendments to the Virginia Constitution which will be on November's ballot, one seeks to create a Virginia Redistricting Commission responsible for redrawing legislative district maps.

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Update 5:20 p.m.: In a press release, Pittsylvania County Voter Registrar Kelly Keesee has confirmed that the voter who made a report to the Chatham Police Department Monday morning was the same individual who opened the Chatham ballot box. 

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At Monday's meeting of the Chatham Town Council, council members unanimously adopted a recomendation from the personnel committee chair Andrew Wall to promote acting police chief Lt. Randy Lawson to full-time police chief. 

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When virtual meetings took the world by storm following the outbreak of COVID-19, the Center for Community Engagement and Career Competitiveness at Averett University seized the opportunity to learn how it could better prepare students for job interviews and resume building in a virtual setting.  

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The Danville Community College Educational Foundation is offering scholarships to 2019 and 2020 Pittsylvania County public high school graduates for a "second-chance," eight week semester starting on Oct. 19 as well as for the spring 2021 semester.

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Anthony Swann, a Danville native, Averett University alumnus and fifth-grade teacher at Rocky Mount Elementary, was named 2021 Virginia Teacher of the Year on Friday evening during a virtual recognition ceremony live-streamed on social media.

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All Pittsylvania County government offices will be closed in observance of Columbus Day on Monday, Oct. 12, the county reported on Twitter.