Danville reveals bus wrap honoring 150 years of Black history
DANVILLE, Va. – One Danville bus now prominently celebrates Black history. On Wednesday, the city of Danville unveiled its latest wrapped bus, featuring the images of 12 African Americans. One side shows:Rep. John LewisTrey EdmundsTremaine EdmundsTerrell EdmundsBishop Lawrence Campbell Sr.Gloria CampbellThe other:Fannie Lou HamerBooker T. WashingtonCarter G. WoodsonMaggie L. WalkerRalph BuncheW.E.B. In 2019, the city unveiled its first bus wrapping that honored leaders. The bus will be placed on different fixed-route bus runs.
Steelers RB Conner focusing on present, not uncertain future
PITTSBURGH James Conner didn't treat the quarantine caused by the COVID-19 pandemic as an obstacle, but an opportunity. While general manager Kevin Colbert has repeatedly stressed the organization still believes in Conner, the club also declined to approach him with a new deal. Im not going to ignore it, but as far as me being scared or taking extra precautions because of my health history. If Im the guy, or however this year works, the goal is to win, Conner said. Im going to give it everything I have.
NFLs Trey Edmunds surprises Halifax County graduate
HALIFAX, Va. An NFL star is stepping in to make senior year one to remember for a Halifax County student. Edmunds, a Danville native, sent the congratulations video to Halifax County High School senior Trajen Gomes. Shevon Welch, who graduated from Halifax County High School in 1997, adopted Gomes and was behind this surprise. I dont want to start crying, Trajen Gomes said. Gomes will graduate from high school on Saturday.