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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.
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
Group gets cold, wet for a cause
Early Saturday afternoon, the temperature outside of Faith Wright's house in Danville hovered around freezing, and large, wet snowflakes fell from the sky. But that didn't stop Faith and more than 30 friends, relatives and community members from running, jumping, even diving into frigid Lake Vermilion behind her house to celebrate her 17th birthday - and raise money to help children with disabilities.Getting to the Top
An attorney, a physician and a college president. Three success stories. Three women who made it.Love INC of Vermilion County sets annual banquet Thursday
The public is invited to attend Love INC of Vermilion County's annual fundraising banquet Thursday at Danville Area Community College's Bremer Theater. This year's theme is "Putting God on Display: The Prophetic Call of the Church."Probation for man who stole from Danville schools
A Danville schools director who was fired for stealing thousands of dollars from the district won't have to serve any prison time. Vermilion County Circuit Judge Tom O'Shaughnessy on Friday sentenced former food service Director Greg Lazzell to two years of probation, after the 52-year-old Danville man pleaded guilty to one count of theft of government property between $10,000 and $100,000 and one count of official misconduct.Tilton trustees reverse decision to end bus route from Danville
Chantal Garland relies on the Danville Mass Transit's No. 13 bus to Tilton to get to her job at Gardenview Manor nursing home on Catlin-Tilton Road.Baby's "sour face" goes viral
It happened on Valentine's Day, when Ronna West's child Sarai entered the world. West says she saw a sour face and one point and just had to capture the moment on camera.19-year-old charged with fatal Danville stabbing
A 19-year-old man was charged Thursday with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing to death his friend, Danville business owner Jay Hein. Condon, who appeared for his arraignment via video camera from the jail, showed no emotion when Vermilion County Associate Judge Mark Goodwin read him the charges and possible penalties - 20 to 60 years in prison for murder, six to 30 years for aggravated arson and two to five years for concealment of a homicidal death.Danville district's new food-service director 'brings a wealth of experience'
Board members on Wednesday unanimously approved hiring Sue Barnes - the interim director and prior to that, a longtime food-service secretary - for the job. "I'm excited and looking forward to trying new things like the Share Table and providing nutritious and made-from-scratch meals," she said following her appointment.Danville jogs to top of accolades list with Runner Friendly Community designation
The runners of the 14th annual Run For Justice to benefit the Danville Community College Justice Club got underway on a muggy Saturday morning, June 20, 2015.Person of interest in custody in Danville death investigation
Danville police have taken a 19-year-old into custody as a person of interest in the death of a man found in his home this morning on Bayview Drive in north Danville. Public Safety Director Larry Thomason said in a news release Wednesday afternoon that one person was found dead after the fire department responded to a fire call at 9:20 a.m. in the 3600 block of Bayview Drive, which is an upscale subdivision in north Danville along Lake Vermilion.Death investigation underway after body found in burning house
Police are investigating after the body of a man was found inside a burning home in an upscale Danville subdivision. A neighbor called in the fire in the subdivision that is along Lake Vermilion.Vermilion group calls on OSF, Blue Cross to settle differences
A Vermilion County business group is urging OSF HealthCare and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois to settle their differences without further delay. The lack of a contract between Blue Cross Blue Shield and OSF covering Danville's only hospital is having a huge impact on employer groups in the area, according to Vicki Haugen, president and CEO of Vermilion Advantage.AT&T launches annual anti-distracted-driving campaign at Danville High
Last summer, Kenji Nakamura was on a road trip to Ohio with his mom and several friends when his mom almost ran off the road. "She was on her phone," said the Danville High School sophomore, who remembers saying, "Are you kidding me?" and hearing his friends whisper, "We almost died!" No one was injured, Nakamura said.Fire truck driver ticketed in crash
Illinois state police have ticketed the driver of a fire truck that was rushing to a fire in Westville Monday afternoon and struck a mini-van at an intersection on Illinois 1. A 40-year-old volunteer firefighter, whose name was not released by state police, was driving the red 2007 International fire truck tanker and was issued a ticket for disobeying a traffic control device, according to Illinois state police. The fire truck, which had one passenger, a 23-year-old male, was going south on Illinois 1 toward Westville with its emergency lights and sirens activated and proceeded through a red light at the intersection with Ross Lane, striking a westbound 2013 red minivan driven by a 77-year-old Danville man who had the green light.Group's twist on donation to Danville Peer Court Auction still cool
The service organization known for restoring and donating a vintage refrigerator or two to the annual Peer Court auction passed on doing that this year. Instead, Downtown Danville Rotary Club members restored and modified a 1950s Montgomery Ward chest freezer, turning it into a one-of-a-kind, two-faucet "kegerator" with a golf theme.Judge recommends cutting Aqua Illinois' rate-increase request in half
An administrative-law judge has recommended that Aqua Illinois' request for a increase in water and sewer rates be slashed by nearly half. In May, Aqua Illinois asked the Illinois Commerce Commission for an about $12 million increase in revenues to pay for infrastructure improvements to increase reliability and water quality throughout its system.Elderly Oakwood man rescued from icy pond dies
An Oakwood area man who was rescued after he fell through the ice into a frigid pond on Monday passed away late Tuesday morning, according to family members. Mike Leverenz said his father, John "Jack" Leverenz, died a little after 11 a.m. in the intensive care unit OSF HeathCare Sacred Heart Medical Center in Danville.Tilton 6-year-old makes first haircut count
Sophia Wright, 6, of Tilton holds one of the ponytails that Montana Schmidt, a stylist at Kevin & Co., cut off Monday, Feb. 5, 2018, at the salon in Danville as part of Sophia's donation to Pantene's Beautiful Lengths program, which provides free wigs to cancer patients. Sophia inspired at least eight other children and adults to make a hair donation.Danville police looking into weekend shooting that left one injured
At 10:50 p.m., Danville police responded to the 800 block of East Main Street on a call of shots fired. The victim told police he had been walking east on East Main near Kimball Street when two men approached him and tried to search him, and when he refused, one of them pulled out a handgun and shot him.Danville assisted-living facilities object to tax breaks for potential competitor
The manager of an assisted-living facility wants Danville city officials to know that another proposed assisted-living project would have a competitive advantage in an already saturated market if developers get requested tax breaks. Lisa Miller, administrator and village manager at Liberty Village Retirement Community on Liberty Lane in north Danville, said her facility has 60 private-pay assisted-living beds, but only 37 are currently filled.
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