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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.

Population: 33904
Local Newspapers: The Danville Commercial-News
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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 News
Illinois woman gets 15 years for crash that killed teen

A judge has sentenced an Illinois woman to 15 years in prison on charges stemming from a high-speed police chase that ended with a crash killing a 13-year-old northwestern Indiana girl. The Times reports 28-year-old Jessica S. Pichon, 28, of Danville, Illinois, learned her sentence Wednesday after pleading guilty to two counts of resisting law enforcement.

Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The annual MLK Scholarship Banquet was held at the Day Hotel in Danville. The Banquet featured a performance by God's Posse, a gospel group from Chicago, Illinois.

Where the money went: A town-by-town look at 2017 government spending

MONTICELLO splurged for $285,590 worth of log-crawl-thrus, merry-go-alls and other assorted playground equipment at Nick's Park . CHAMPAIGN paid $10,472.80 to equip five new police SUVs with protective barriers, separating the officer in the front seat from the person in custody in the back.

Removal of two river dams in Danville back on track

More than two years ago, state officials were ready to remove two river dams in Danville, when the state's budget impasse stalled the process. But this month, exactly four years after the Danville City Council voted to remove both city-owned dams largely for safety reasons, Danville officials received news that funds for removal have been reappropriated to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, which is coordinating both projects.

18-year-old found shot to death in car on Danville's east side

Public Safety Director Larry Thomason said police were called about 8:30 a.m. Thursday to the 1000 block of Glenwood Drive on the city's east side by a resident who reported a vehicle in the street with what appeared to be a person slumped over inside. "Officers arriving at the scene discovered a male inside the vehicle," Thomason said.

Broken water main closes two Danville schools

An Aqua Illinois crew is working to repair a broken water main on Catlin-Tilton Road, which closed two area schools Thursday. The water company learned about the break when they got a call about a leak around 5 a.m., according to Area Manager Bob Ervin.

Tom Kacich: Retiring Rep. Hays gives 'unvarnished' take on state politics

State Rep. Chad Hays, R-Catlin, began his legislative career by being sworn in as the 104th District representative by Illinois Supreme Court Justice Rita Garman on Dec. 22, 2010, at the Vermilion County Courthouse in Danville, which now bears Garman's name. Retiring state Rep. Chad Hays promised "the most unvarnished presentation of my career" at Monday's meeting of the Active Senior Republicans of Champaign County, and he pretty much delivered.

Too Hot to Handel: the Jazz-Gospel Messiah Comes to The Auditorium Theatre

On January 13 and 14, 2018, the Auditorium Theatre presents the 13th annual performance of Too Hot to Handel: The Jazz-Gospel Messiah. Traditionally held on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend, Too Hot celebrates Dr. King's message of "beloved community."

Two men sought in string of car burglaries

Champaign County Crime Stoppers and Champaign County sheriff's deputies need help solving motor vehicle burglaries and the unlawful use of stolen credit cards. On Nov. 10, deputies investigated multiple vehicle burglaries that happened in St. Joseph late on Nov. 9 or early Nov. 10. The burglars took several items, including credit cards that were later used at Meijer stores in Danville and Indianapolis.

Jerry Van Dyke Dies; Emmy-Nominated Actor Was 86

Jerry Van Dyke, a veteran actor and the younger brother of iconic comedian Dick Van Dyke, died on Friday afternoon at his ranch in Arkansas. The exact cause of death is unknown at this time, but the couple had been in a car accident two years ago and Van Dyke's health had sadly gone downhill ever since.

Briefcase for Jan. 6, 2018

Walter H Hasselbring III, president of Iroquois Federal, and Brian Meents, manager of Iroquois Insurance, recently announced that Alex Knapp has joined the Iroquois Insurance team. Knapp is a graduate of Watseka Community High School and Purdue University and will be selling all lines of insurance in Illinois and Indiana.

Danville police probing Circle K robbery

Cmdr. Josh Webb said police were called to the Circle K gas station, at 610 S. Bowman Ave., around 6:45 a.m. Webb said an employee reported a man entered the store, pointed a handgun at her and demanded money from the drawer. Then the man left with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Sue Johnson - McCormick

Born in Danville, IL, she was a daughter of the late Don L. and Geraldine Smock Prillaman. She graduated from the University of Illinois, where she was a member of the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority.

Woman wanted on multiple warrants arrested after rollover crash on I-74

Her car flipped and landed on the roof. Cutrone had outstanding warrants and was also cited for driving with a suspended license, not having insurance, improper lane usage, and illegal transportation of alcohol.

Traffic is slowly moving again on I-74 in Danville and western Indiana

Indiana State Police have opened one eastbound lane of I-74 and traffic is able to proceed. But police said expect delays and use caution when crossing the Illinois-Indiana State Line.

Fatal fire adds to Danville family's long list of tragedies

The daughter of a Danville man who was killed in a house fire this past weekend said her father's death is the latest in a string of tragedies her family has suffered over the past 22 years. Firefighters were called to the blaze at 8:10 p.m., according to Danville fire Capt.

Danville fire victim ID'd

The Vermilion County coroner has released the identity of a Danville man who died in a house fire over the weekend.

Vermilion Valley Produce hopes to have expansion done by March

The expansion of Vermilion Valley Produce is underway with hopes of finishing the $375,000 project by the end of February. Owner/President John Rollins said Wednesday that contractors managed to get footings for the building addition poured earlier this month during milder weather.

Vermilion War Museum over the hump in fundraising battle

The Vermilion County War Museum is halfway to its $50,000 goal in its first ever capital campaign for its 1902 building that was the former Carnegie Library building in Danville. Susan Miceli, development manager at the museum, said the organization is completely grant and donor funded, and they've raised more than $25,000 since launching the capital campaign in October.

Waiting on your order in Danville? Take a card with a side order of trivia

In 1974, a film broke Danville city laws when it was screened at the Fischer Theatre. "The Longest Yard," starring Burt Reynolds, defied a local ordinance against R-rated movies.

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