A Q&A with Chris Albrecht, who will oversee the planned casino.
Virginia Tech Board of Visitors approves 5,000-bed on-campus housing plan
This doesn’t mean the $935 million project will be built, just that it’s now in the university’s master plan. Local developers had opposed the project.
Temporary casino could mean millions in unexpected tax revenue for Danville
Caesar’s wants to open a Danville venue in 2023. The temporary casino in Bristol has already exceeded revenue expectations for a permanent facility.
Virginia Tech is considering adding more student housing. Town officials support the proposal. Housing developers don’t.
Town officials who want Tech to house more students on campus hailed the proposal for its innovative ideas. Developers worry that the Student Life Village could leave their apartment complexes vacant.
Grant will pay for additional caseworker to help flood victims in Buchanan County
The Appalachian Regional Commission has made a $100,000 grant related to the July flooding in Whitewood.
Danville organization receives $30 million in federal tax credits
The money has been used in the past to redevelop properties.
Caesars casino puts half a million toward Averett hospitality program
The new hospitality and tourism academic program will connect students with employment opportunities at Caesars Virginia.
Shared solar is coming to Virginia. Just not all of Virginia.
Here’s why some parts of the state are being left out of a new program to enable low-income residents to take advantage of less expensive energy.
Electric trucks are already running daily routes in Southwest Virginia
Writer tries out an electric truck on Volvo’s “customer experience track.”
Danville once thrived on the success of its mills. Now, its economic future could lie in their redevelopment.
The City of Danville once thrived on the success of the mills. Now, it could thrive from redevelopment on these same sites.