Former Danville economic development chief Telly Tucker will become first president for the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research.
From Arkansas to California, here’s what they have to say.
If Virginia ABC signs off on a license, Danville will be the first locality in the state with a year-round Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area.
A pilot program has made this inland city a center for Navy training.
Patrick & Henry Community College will launch a corresponding associate degree in manufacturing engineering technology.
Here’s a look inside some of the plant research taking place at the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research.
Why a slight population loss is actually good news for Danville.
Some districts are practically perfect, others not so much. Here’s who wins and loses.
And this is just on our side of the state. Hint: They’re in Danville, Martinsville, Lynchburg, Albemarle and much of Southwest.
The Center for Manufacturing Advancement now under construction fits into the city’s long-term goal to become a hub for advanced manufacturing.