Security issues and a dwindling caseload prompted the decision to shutter the courthouse. But local officials are hoping to give the historic building a new life.
Stratford Manor badly needed renovations, which meant that its 55 residents, mostly older, single adults, had to move. Most of them had nowhere to go until local agencies got involved.
Building a site to store Southwest Virginia farmers’ specialty grains is seen as a crucial part of a larger effort to boost the agricultural industry and supply ingredients to craft beverage makers.
A team at Virginia Tech determined that the FCC had undercounted Virginia’s broadband-deficient locations — data that was critical for getting federal funding to expand access to underserved areas.
Experts say the stores, many of which gift or share marijuana, are proliferating because the Virginia General Assembly approved marijuana for personal use but failed to set up a retail market.
Blue Star NBR’s CEO says a federal loan package the company was counting on to finish building its rubber glove-manufacturing facilities fell through. Now the firm needs $230 million to get its operation up and running.
Many of the historic homes were slated for demolition, but recent efforts have given them new life. Though there’s still restoration work to be done, the neighborhood is now contributing to Danville’s growth.
Press Glass Inc. will invest $155.2 million, making this the largest economic development investment in Henry County history.
The maps reflect decades of flood mitigation work along the banks of the Roanoke River through the city.
Danville has one of the worst health outcome rankings in the state. A local organization hopes that data from the City Health Dashboard will help change that.