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Founded in 1827 Danville was made up of eighty donated acres. The city was named for Dan Beckwith who donated twenty of those acres. It became a large coal mining area in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Today the city has seventeen parks including a full dog park called FETCH, and the Danville Village Mall. Both Gene Hackman and Dick Van Dyke are from Danville.
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Local Colleges: Danville Community College
Zip Codes associated with danville, illinois:
61832 61833 61834
Towns/Cities near danville, illinois : Tilton Westville Georgetown Veedersburg IN
Danville man accused in attack at senior complex found fit to stand trial
Tyren C. Wilson, 20, of Danville, declared Thursday, March 15, 2018, to be mentally fit to stand trial on charges of home invasion, armed robbery with a firearm, aggravated battery causing great bodily harm to a person 60 or older and possession of a firearm with a revoked FOID card in an April 15, 2016, attack at a senior home in Tilton. DANVILLE - An 88-year-old Tilton man said he's relieved that the case of Danville man accused of forcing his way into his apartment, robbing him and brutally attacking him nearly two years ago is moving forward.DUI plea likely means prison for Danville man
A 46-year-old Danville man is likely facing prison time in connection with an alcohol-related accident that killed a pedestrian in October 2015. Earlier this week, Randy Hill pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated battery while driving under the influence in the Oct. 11, 2015 death of Merit D. Hicks, 23, of Danville.Eminent-domain suit in Danville on hold after aldermen's objections
A city proposal to acquire a longtime Danville motel through an eminent-domain lawsuit drew objections from some aldermen Tuesday night. "I want to make sure we are being fair," said Alderman Lloyd Randle, who proposed postponing until next month a decision to pursue an eminent-domain lawsuit to acquire the American Inn - formerly the Oak Lawn Inn - at 1824 E. Main St. in Danville.Decatur Public Schools won't punish walkout students
While districts from Rhode Island to Texas are promising punishments up to suspensions for student walkouts, Decatur Public Schools are taking a different approach. "We don't foresee any students having repercussions for discipline," said assistant superintendent Michael Dugan.2 Danville cops suspended for drinking after hours at bar on night owner was killed
Two Danville police officers have been suspended without pay for five days after security video from JJ's 610 Tap revealed they were drinking after hours at the Danville tavern on the same morning the bar's owner was found murdered at his home. Danville Public Safety Director Larry Thomason said officers Austin Buckley and Troy Nipper have been suspended for violation of department rules and regulations and for violation of a city ordinance - being in a business that serves alcoholic beverages after closing time.Donated greenhouse to help DACC's sustainability farm grow
From left, Dave Langlois of Greenhouse Megastore in Danville is assisted by, from left, Jacob Krabbe, a First Baptist School senior; Kelsey Vines, a DACC student from Hoopeston; and Amanda Krabbe, DACC's environmental horticulture professor and Jacob's mother, in building a 20-by-24-foot tunnel greenhouse Wednesday, March 7, 2018, at DACC's sustainability farm on North Daisy Lane in Danville. The greenhouse company donated the structure, valued at $2,000, to the college for the farm, which serves as a learning laboratory for students in a variety of programs including agriculture, horticulture, biology and culinary arts.Flanagan American Legion Auxiliary
The 17th District meeting was March 4 in Chatsworth. Chatsworth Auxiliary ladies served lunch and Chatsworth Unit President welcomed everyone.Danville man gets 20 years for dealing drugs out of home
Vermilion County Circuit Judge Nancy Fahey recently sentenced Cloanger T. Robinson to 20 years. He was credited with 328 days already served.Indiana man acquitted of shooting 2 near Illinois nightclub
Jurors have acquitted an Indianapolis man who was charged with killing one man and wounding another outside a nightclub in the eastern Illinois city of Danville nearly four years ago. The Vermilion County jury's verdict came in the second trial that 34-year-old Dejuan Alexander faced for the March 2014 shooting near Club Deuce that killed Demaree Tetter.Indianapolis man acquitted in retrial of 2014 Danville shooting
DeJuan E. Alexander, 34, of Indianapolis, on trial for the second time Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018, on charges of first-degree murder and aggravated battery-discharge of a firearm in the fatal shooting of Demaree D. Tetter, 25, of Danville and the shooting of Sheldon Pittman, 39, of Danville, on March 16, 2014, outside Club Deuce, 623 N. Vermilion St., Danville.Danville sets job fair March 10 for seasonal city work
The city of Danville is hosting a job fair to recruit seasonal workers for various positions in its public works department. These positions include household and landscape waste collection; maintenance of roadways, right-of-ways and grounds; improvements in city parks and other public properties; upkeep of grounds at the city-owned Harrison Park Golf Course; lifeguard work at the municipal pool; and sanitary-sewer operations.Indiana man found not guilty in Danville murder case
Two Danville police officers have been placed on administrative leave pending an internal investigation, Danville Public Safety Director Larry Thomason told The News-Gazette. Thomason did not disclose the names of the officers and would not say when the investigation started or when it might wrap up.Westville fourth-graders sky high after balloon surprise
An unexpected summons to the principal's office can be nerve-wracking, even for a 35-year veteran teacher like Shelly Jenkins. Months from retirement, the fourth-grade teacher at Judith Giacoma Elementary School didn't know what to expect until Principal Pamela Dahlenberg asked if she and her students would serve as the ambassadors for this year's Balloons Over Vermilion, an annual hot-air balloon festival.Rauner declares Vermilion, Iroquois, Kankakee counties disaster areas
On Friday, Gov. Bruce Rauner's office declared Vermilion, Iroquois and Kankakee counties disaster areas due to flooding earlier in the week. The declaration will ensure state support to communities in the counties, according to the announcement.Witness in Danville murder retrial: 'I'm hearing, 'click''
DeJuan E. Alexander, 34, of Indianapolis, on trial for the second time Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018, on charges of first-degree murder and aggravated battery-discharge of a firearm in the fatal shooting of Demaree D. Tetter, 25, of Danville and the shooting of Sheldon Pittman, 39, of Danville, on March 16, 2014, outside Club Deuce, 623 N. Vermilion St., Danville. DANVILLE - Among five witnesses who testified Thursday in the retrial of an Indiana man accused of killing one man and injuring another in a shooting about four years ago outside a Danville nightclub was a concertgoer who recalled the accused pointing a pistol at his forehead just before the fatal shots rang out.Danville council OKs annexation of land for proposed assisted-living center
A $10 million senior assisted-living and memory-care facility could open in a little more than a year, now that Danville aldermen have agreed to annex the 22-acre site on the city's northeast side. Only one alderman at Tuesday night's meeting, R. J. Davis, voted "no" to annexation of the project, which had stirred controversy in recent weeks when it was announced that local officials were considering providing the developers with local incentives, including property-tax abatements through an enterprise zone expansion.Flooding leads to shelter opening in arena
Many of them have moved to the David S. Palmer Arena after recent rain caused the Vermilion River to overflow. It is serving as a temporary shelter for locals.Vermilion County: Woman rescued from top of car
The North Fork branch of the Vermilion River flows well above its banks Wednesday morning in Ellsworth Park below the U.S. Route 150 bridge in Danville. The Vermilion River and its branches - the Middle Fork and North Fork - are all flowing ing out of their banks after heavy rain the last two days.Top of the Morning, Feb. 21, 2018
Twins June Fulton Moll, left, and Joyce Fulton Guymon will celebrate their 90th birthdays with family and friends Saturday afternoon, Feb. 24, 2018, at Central Christian Church in Danville . It's the church where they were baptized as kids and not far from where the 1946 Danville High grads currently live.
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