— DANVILLE – Brews N Bytes will host a show this September featuring Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Elsten “Fulano” Torres and guitarist/singer/songwriter Michi Egger. The Sept. 13 show will also feature a special four-course dinner. Tickets, priced at $60, go on sale June 24. A 10 percent discount is available if tickets are purchased in June and a five percent discount is available on tickets bought in July. To order, stop by Brews N Bytes’ Lower Mulberry Street location or call 570-275-8666.
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Family takes pride in Eckman House
MAYBERRY TWP. — Terry and Sherry Jones love owning the Eckman House property almost as much as they love sharing it with other people.
FNB Bank celebrates 150th birthday Friday
DANVILLE — Displays of FNB Bank’s history through the years and grilling of hotdogs will be featured this week as the bank observes its 150th birthday.
Greater concussion risk for young athletes
DANVILLE — With concussion litigation currently a hot button topic in the National Football League, athletes both young and old are more aware of the dangers of head injuries.
BREAKING NEWS: Woman killed today in Danville area collision
[UPDATED -- 12:18 a.m., 07/24/14]
VALLEY TWP. — An 84-year-old Danville woman was killed when her car and a logging truck crashed Wednesday afternoon at Routes 642 and 54 in Valley Township.
16 enrolled in summer electives at Danville cyber academy
DANVILLE — The e-Learning Cyber Academy program is entering its second year with the launch of a new summer program and an upcoming move to a larger space.
Generals speak freely to citizens during Iron Heritage Festival
DANVILLE — Civil War buffs had their questions answered by a group of Civil War military officers during a visit with the Confederation of Union Generals.
Abigail House receives first place
DANVILLE – First place in the Iron Heritage Festival Parade was awarded to the Abigail House Bed and Breakfast.
Festival accolades bittersweet: Suicide casts dark cloud for organizers
DANVILLE — While many visitors to the Iron Heritage Festival felt this year’s festivities were one to beat, the suicide of a Virginia man Saturday morning weighed heavily on organizers all weekend.
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