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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
Danville's Black Bear bar offering dinner, company for homeless on Christmas
Harvey Dove, husband of Black Bear Bar & Grill owner Jami Dove, sits bartender Maris Crane at the bar at 1902 W. Williams St. in Danville. The business is set to host a free Christmas dinner for the homeless from 1 to 5 p.m. Dec. 25. Those who will be alone on the holiday are also welcome to attend.Danville passes tax, fee hikes, eliminates admin jobs
With a major property-tax and fee increase on the way next year, Danville city administration officials are now turning their attention to restructuring city departments. Along with major revenue boosts for police and fire pensions, Danville city government will also get leaner next year - at least in payroll.Illinois' pension crisis: Danville's candid approach
Illinois State Capitol building is reflected off a puddle as it glows under the setting sun in Springfield in November 2013. Illinois State Capitol building is reflected off a puddle as it glows under the setting sun in Springfield in November 2013.Balloons Over Vermilion grant puts Kickapoo Rail Trail over top
The long-awaited construction of the Kickapoo Rail Trail's Vermilion County leg can begin next year thanks to the first major donation from the Balloons Over Vermilion festival. On Wednesday, Pat O'Shaughnessy, who co-chairs the hot-air balloon festival, announced that his board unanimously approved making a $25,000 grant to the Vermilion County Conservation District Foundation.Danville, Ill., golf tournament brings benefits to local veterans
DANVILLE, ILL./EDWARDSVILLE - Madison County's Veterans' Assistance Commission will have an additional $500 toward its ride program next Friday, Dec. 15 following a donation from the state's American Legion. Following a golf tournament, which lasted from Aug. 5-6, 2017, in Danville, Illinois, donations collected have been divided and are being sent across the state to assist veterans in several different regions.Danville aldermen set to vote on property-tax, fee hikes
Next year, Danville residents and businesses may absorb major tax and fee increases if aldermen go for a plan that begins chipping away at the city's massive pension debt, which has ballooned to more than $100 million. The revenue-boosting plan that aldermen will vote on tonight includes a 10 percent property-tax increase, plus a jump in the monthly public-safety fee - from $96 a year to $267 for residents.Vermilion County primary election filings finish with no surprises
All the incumbents in countywide offices filed by the 5 p.m. Monday deadline, including first-term Republican County Clerk Cathy Jenkins, who filed late Monday afternoon, and at this point is the lone county-office incumbent who will have an opponent next year. Two Democrats filed last week for county clerk: Mary Catherine Roberson of Danville, who works full-time running after-school programs for Project Success, and Darrin Wayne Holycross of Georgetown, who owns and runs a trucking business and is the former Georgetown Township road commissioner.Vermilion County sheriff taking applications for deputies
Sheriff Pat Hartshorn said applications can be picked up now through Wednesday at the Public Safety Building, 2 South St., Danville.Police search for Subway robbery suspect
Officers report a man went into the business just before 5 p.m. Wednesday and demanded money from workers. Police say the people behind the counter gave him an unknown amount of cash before he took off from the scene.Schools tax would put Danville's rate on par with Chicago's
Small-town Danville and big city Chicago don't have much in common, but the two could soon share the state's No. 1 ranking for highest sales tax rate if Vermilion County voters approve increasing their rate by 1 percent next year.Danville man accused of attacking seniors to be re-evaluated
Tyren C. Wilson, 20, of Danville, was ordered to be re-evaluated by a psychiatrist at a hearing Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017, to determine his mental fitness 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 - A psychiatrist and psychologist testified Tuesday that they think a Danville man is mentally fit to stand trial for allegedly forcing his way into the apartments of two senior citizens, robbing one and brutally attacking the other, more than 18 months ago.FBI wanted fugitive captured in Danville
DANVILLE, Ill. A suspect on the FBI's most wanted list was arrested in Danville, according to Danville police.Vermilion districts promoting 1-cent tax for school facilities
Salt Fork schools Superintendent Phil Cox is pleased that the first phase of a roof-replacement project at the South Campus elementary and junior high school in Jamaica is wrapping up. But there's still a long list of looming capital improvement projects: Phase 2 of the roof work, expanding the North Campus elementary's parking lot and improving drainage, replacing old windows at the North Campus and addressing old boilers at the South Campus and high school - and little or no capital to do them.In Vermilion, two Dems looking to unseat incumbent GOP clerk
Germaine Light, left, and Mary Catherine Roberson pose for a photo Monday, Nov. 27, 2017, while filing for elected office at the Vermilion County Clerk's Office. Light is running as a Democrat for Vermilion County board, and Roberson filed for the Democratic Party's nomination for county clerk.Two separate shootings in Danville leave three injured
The first shooting happened at Circle K gas station at the corner of Bowman and Voorhees streets when an argument between the occupants of two vehicles led to one getting out and shooting at the other vehicle, striking the driver and a passenger, according to Danville Public Safety Director Larry Thomason. The passenger who was struck also began firing a gun, he said, but when police arrived, both vehicles were gone.Danville may help food distributor with planned expansion
Vermilion Valley Produce, a food-distribution company, is planning $375,000 of growth at its current downtown Danville location - 310 South St. The project would add 3,560 square feet to its 10,000-square-foot building and five full-time jobs - three for low- to moderate-income workers - over the course of a year. According to correspondence from company officials, the company has added a "significant new client base," primarily in Indiana, and wants to keep the Danville operation in its present location with community support.Danville Habitat chapter taking donations Tuesday at site of new ReStore
Habitat for Humanity of Danville officials hope that people think of the chapter's work to provide safe and affordable housing in the community and its current renovation project on Giving Tuesday. The local chapter will be accepting cash or check donations from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. that day in the parking lot of the future site of the Habitat ReStore at 422 N. Vermilion St. "Everything we collect will be used to renovate the interior of our new building," Executive Director Paul Sermersheim said, adding that all donations are tax deductible.Victim in fatal Danville crash identified
The Vermilion County coroner's office has identified the victim of a deadly car-pickup truck collision Friday afternoon in Danville. Coroner Jane McFadden said Myosha L. Palmore, 31, of Danville was killed in the accident.Cause of major blaze north of Danville is 'undetermined'
The state fire marshal's office said Monday the cause of the blaze that destroyed a mansion just north of Danville last Thursday afternoon is listed as "undetermined" at this time. But, state investigators haven't finished their work in trying to determine a possible cause of the fire at the home of Danville-area businessman Al Abbed, at 17-168 Clinton Road.Man charged with Danville woman's murder waives right to hearing
No new details emerged Thursday in the case of a Danville man accused of fatally shooting his live-in girlfriend in October and concealing her body. At the hearing, Keys - through his attorney, Vermilion County Assistant Public Defender Alia Horwick - also waived the formal reading of his charges and pleaded innocent to them.
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