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Fatal accident on Danville Expressway

(Danville, Va) — A Pelham, North Carolina man was killed Friday afternoon when his car flipped on the Danville Expressway. The single-vehicle accident happened just after 4:30 Friday afternoon. According to Danville Police, the driver […]

Police looking for Pittsylvania Co. escapee

(Chatham, Va.) – An inmate escaped from Pittsylvania County Friday morning. The sheriff’s department says James Jones, an inmate of the Pittsylvania County Jail, escaped custody at around 6:30 Friday morning. Chatham Police are canvassing […]

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Community Events

Cruise-In

Historic Downtown Danville and the Time Machines Car Club hosts the Cruiz’n in the River District Car Show every 2nd Saturday of each month through September 9th, 5pm – 9pm, at the parking garage on […]

Blood Donations

Danville Regional Blood Donor Center is in need of donations, especially O Positive and O Negative.  Their office is located at 159 Executive Drive, Suite K and hours are Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 8:30am – […]

Jason Crabb God’s Pit Crew Benefit Concert

Second Annual Benefit Concert for God’s Pit Crew: featuring Jason Crabb will be Friday, August 18th at 7pm at Central Blvd Church of God (235 Hairston Street, Danville, VA). Doors open at 6pm. $10 General […]

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  • 10 New Albums to Stream Now: Rolling Stone Editors' Picks August 18, 2017
    Grizzly Bear, Painted RuinsThe alt-pop outfit "greets a new world, pop and otherwise," writes Will Hermes, on its first album since 2012. "On 'Glass Hillside,' nylon-string embroidery melts into gilded choirs, with oddball melodies recalling Brit proggers Soft Machine. Elsewhere, simple cybernetic beats and synths dominate."Read Our Review: This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 New […]