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Danville was once the capital of the Confederacy during the Civil War. It has earned the nickname The City of Churches due to the large number of churches in the area. Danville has more churches per square mile than any other city in the entire state of Virginia. Notable residents have included The Lawrence Welk Show's singer Andra Willis, Major League Baseball Player Tony Womack, bluegrass musician Tony Rice, NASCAR's Peyton Sellers, and Wendell Scott who is the first African American NASCAR driver.

Population: 48111
Local Newspapers: Danville Register & Bee News
Local Sports Teams: Danville Braves (AL)
Local Colleges: Averett University National College

Zip Codes associated with danville, virginia: 24540 24541
Towns/Cities near danville, virginia : Martinsville Chatham Sandy Level South Boston

Danville News
Victim: - He pulled my clothes and I went down' in Danville robbery

Jasmine Jackson, 18, and Jawantez Waddell, 18, are charged with robbery as the suspects in stealing from an elderly woman who they followed from Wal-Mart on Mount Cross Road to her home on Jan. 4. There is a minor who also was arrested in connection with the robbery.

Arson charge certified to Danville grand jury

Rodney Keith Moore, 46, is suspected of burning a mobile home on 219 Ash St. on the afternoon of Nov. 4. Moore's defense attorney, Lee Smallwood, appeared in court and asked Danville General District Court Judge Robert Adams, Jr. to waive the preliminary hearing.

Warrant: Identification card, bolt cutters found in car after burglary

An identification card for a man charged with burglarizing a Pittsylvania County business on Feb. 10 was found by sheriff's deputies in a car that also contained bolt cutters, according to a search warrant.

Danville's own Rosa Parks tells experience as 10-year-old in segregated city

Paula Martin Smith told her first person account of helping to integrate the Danville bus system.

More charges mount for Danville suspect

Authorities with the Caswell County, North Carolina, Sheriff's Office have charged Justin Lee Stallings, 32, with felony robbery with a dangerous weapon for a Jan. 26 incident at Dollar General.

Work begins on rehab for future Williams Community Resource Center

The two-story structure 407 Holbrook St. would provide offices for the Danville branch of the NAACP and the local Virginia Legal Aid Society branch, and feature an exhibit hall displaying items significant to the family and the civil rights movement in the city.

Community garden plots available

If you're looking forward to all of the warm weather festivities, Danville officials encourage you to get a jump start and sign up for a plot in the Community Garden.

City Council to consider water leak forgiveness

Providing credits for water customers with water leaks, money for salary and benefits for a crime analyst, and other items are on the agenda for Danville City Council's upcoming meeting Tuesday night.

Wanted suspect captured, being held in Danville City Jail under no bond

Justin Lee Stallings, 32, of Danville, was arrested at about 2 a.m. Friday in the Java area of Pittsylvania County, according to a news release from the Danville Police Department.

Charges in burglary certified to Danville grand jury

Charges against a Danville man accused of illegally entering a home and brandishing a firearm were certified to the grand jury Tuesday in Danville General District Court.

Danville leaders set in motion master plan for schools

Members of Danville City Council and Danville School Board charted both their person histories and the history of the city while trying to create a common vision for the school district during a weekend retreat.

City Council anticipates opposition over Lee statue removal

Following the 3-2 City Council decision to remove the Confederate statue of Robert E. Lee from Lee Park, several groups have expressed anger with the decision and city officials are anticipating a lawsuit may be filed challenging the decision. Those opposing the decision claim it violates Virginia's history and sections of the Virginia Code that protects war memorials from damage or removal.

Goodyear to Pay $1.75M After Four Deaths at Virginia Factory

Goodyear will pay $1.75 million to settle workplace health and safety violations at its Danville, Va., tire plant where four workers died on the job over the course of a year, officials announced Friday. Goodyear, the United Steelworkers and the state Department of Labor and Industry reached a settlement agreement calling for the penalty and laying out a process to fix workplace hazards, the department said in a statement.

Danville City Council, school board chart histories during retreat

Members of the Danville City Council and the Danville School Board charted both their personal histories and the history of the city while trying to create a common vision for the school district during a retreat Saturday.

Suspect has bond hearing withdrawn in Danville robbery case

Joshua Malik Coleman, 20, is charged with robbery, identity theft and credit card theft as a suspect in one of four robbery incidents that occurred Jan. 17. Lee Smallwood, Coleman's defense attorney, did not discuss the case when asked Friday afternoon why the hearing was withdrawn.

$1.75 million settlement reached after fatal accidents at Danville Goodyear plant

The Goodyear plant in Danville, Va., is shown in a Tuesday, April 12, 2016 photo.

19-year-old shot Monday night in Danville

Officers responded to a shots fired call at about 10:30 p.m. in the 500 block of Jefferson Street, according to a news release.

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