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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
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Danville council set to vote on fire department cost-savings package
Firefighters last week ratified what amounts to a cost-savings package for the city, and tonight, Danville aldermen will vote on the proposal that would dictate changes in the department through 2021. "There are a number of cost-saving reductions and clauses in there," said Jerry Sparks, president of the International Association of Fire Firefighters Local 429, which represents Danville firefighters.Eastern Illinois Foodbank plans distributions for veterans
Three more food distributions for needy veterans and military personnel will be available in Urbana and Danville this month and in October. The Eastern Illinois Foodbank is hosting pop-up food pantries at VFW Post 630, 1303 E. Main St., U, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Sept.State report on video gambling puts Champaign at No. 7 for revenue
Champaign came in at No. 7 in the state for video-gambling revenue in the last fiscal year, according to the Legislature's Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability.Accident victim was 57-year-old from Danville
The victim in Monday's accident on Bowman Avenue south of Bismarck Road has been identified as 57-year-old John W. McCoy, Jr., of Danville. According to a police report, Mr. McCoy was driving a three-axle semitrailer truck south on Bowman Avenue about three-quarters of a mile south of Bismarck Road at 8:43 a.m. Monday when his vehicle left the highway for an unknown reason.'So proud of' Oakwood's Foster, who reaches semis of Miss America
But Vermilion County residents said they were thrilled to see the Danville resident and 2015 Oakwood High School graduate compete at the 97th annual event in Atlantic City and make to the semifinals. "We're just so proud of her, and we're so happy she got this amazing experience," said Morgan Wright, the 2017 Vermilion County Fair queen and a close friend.Danville Police investigating 2 unrelated shootings
The Danville Police Department says it is investigating two separate shootings that happened on the city's east side on September 6. Danville police say officers were sent to the 100 block of Elmwood Street for a report of shots fired at about 3:35 p.m. Upon arriving, officers say they found a man, identified as Patrick Cahill, 38, with an non-life-threatening gunshot wound to his lower leg. Officers also say they made contact with Maitland Montgomery, 42, who told police that Cahill tried to attack him, and was attempting to break into his home, during a dispute involving a woman both men knew.Danville United Way offering vehicle as incentive for lucky donor
The United Way of Danville Area is partnering with Carmack Car Capitol to encourage donations to its annual fundraising campaign by giving away a 2018 Honda CR-V or $20,000 in cash to one lucky donor. "We have so many needs in our community," President Sherri Askren said, adding that the donations are used to assist everyone from newborns to seniors in Vermilion County and western Indiana.Police: Men killed in Danville shooting
Police say they were responding to a report of shots fired when they found the victims, both 26-year-old men, in a house along the 500 block of Harvey St. Details about what caused their deaths are unavailable at this time. Police say they will release the names of the men after their families are notified.2 dead in Labor Day shooting in Danville
The shooting occurred sometime before 7:13 p.m. when police responded to the 500 block of Harvey Street for a report of shots fired, according to Cmdr. Josh Webb.Danville Starting to Put Signs Directing to Downtown Area
Danville officials have started putting up signs around the eastern Illinois city showing ways to the downtown district and other areas. The Commercial-News reports that the first signs have gone up and others are to follow in the project's first phase.Danville hotel fire: minimal damage, no injuries
Sean Bloomquist was asleep in his hotel room at Days Hotel late Thursday morning when he was woken up by the sound of knocking on his door. "It was the fire department saying there was a fire," said the Evansville, Ind., man, who works for the CSX railroad and stays at the hotel on his trips to Danville.Danville's first air show in more than 30 years set to take flight
It was 1987 when Mike Potter caught the Springfield Air Rendezvous and was blown away by the display of air power and aviation history. Now, the manager of the Vermilion Regional Airport is thrilled to be bringing an air show to the Danville area - the first in more than 30 years.Funds for removal of deadly dams in Danville still jammed up
Illinois Department of Natural ResourceS officials are requesting that Gov. Bruce Rauner's office release the funds to pay for removal of this lowhead dam, pictured July 13, 2015, in Ellsworth Park in Danville, and another larger lowhead dam on the Vermilion River in downtown Danville. Both dams have been the site of multiple drownings in the last several decades.Man gets 40 years for shooting, burglaries
A Danville, Illinois, man was sentenced to 40 years in prison Monday after a judge refused to allow him to withdraw his plea agreement in connection with a shooting and two burglaries that occurred in Terre Haute in January. Kody Wright, 32, appeared Monday in Vigo Superior Court 3, where Judge Sarah Mullican accepted Wright's guilty plea to five criminal counts.Three hurt in 3-vehicle crash in Vermilion County
According to a state police report, Penny S. Boren, 70, of Danville was driving a 2010 Mercury Mariner north on Illinois 1 at 2:24 p.m. Saturday when she hit a 2007 Jeep Wrangler driven by Jacob R. Nelson, 38, of Danville, in the rear while Nelson was slowed or stopped waiting to turn left onto Vermilion County Road 2500 N. The crash pushed Nelson's vehicle into the southbound lane of Illinois 1, where Nelson's vehicle smashed into a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Justin Charles Jeffries, 27 of Hoopeston. Boren, who did not have any passengers in her vehicle, was taken by ambulance to a hospital in Danville and then transported by Air Life to another hospital.112-year-old former bank in Bismarck ready to make its debut as museum
Horses were the main way to get around, Theodore Roosevelt was president and Dan-ville's "Uncle" Joe Cannon was speaker of the House when a group of farmers and merchants decided Bismarck needed a bank. In 1905, with $25,000 in capital, they formed a board, and on the west edge of the small northern Vermilion County berg, they built a 700-square-foot, one-story brick building that was more convenient than the long 20-mile ride to Danville banks.New Danville elections chief doesn't plan many changes
After one week as the new executive director of the Danville Election Commission, Sandra Delhaye doesn't have big plans for change in the office that coordinates elections in this city of more than 30,000. "I can't really say I have anything in mind to change," said Delhaye, a Danville native sworn in Aug. 15 by Judge Craig DeArmond.
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