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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
Another shooting in Danville puts 3 schools on lockdown

Danville police are investigating a shooting on Friday that resulted in no injuries but caused a brief lockdown at three schools. Public Safety Director Larry Thomason said police responded around 11 a.m. to reports of shots fired in the area of Cleveland and Columbus streets.

Illinois Football: Illini add Julian Pearl to the class of 2018

It was announced via Twitter that Julian Pearl has committed to the Illini. He was originally a Northern Illinois commit as of February 6, 2017, but the Illini flipped him to join their class of 2018.

Fantasyland Reality Check: Fed's Beige Book Makes Absurd Claims in at Least 3 Places

The Fed's Beige Book , a summary of economic activity in 12 Fed regions, claims modest wage increases broadened, manufacturing expanded, and light vehicle sales strengthened. Economic activity increased in each of the twelve Federal Reserve Districts between mid-February and the end of March, with the pace of expansion equally split between modest and moderate.

UPDATED: Danville police: No injuries in shooting

Danville police are reporting no injuries and no arrests made in a shooting incident a few blocks south of Danville High School Wednesday morning that led to a short lockdown at schools. At 10:45 a.m. Wednesday, police officers responded to reports of shots fired in the 500 block of Jackson Street, according to Danville police Commander Joshua Webb.

Gunfire report prompts Danville school lockdown

Danville School District 118 officials say one school was placed on lockdown Wednesday morning after police received reports of gunfire on the city's north side. Danville police say officers responded to a report of shots fired in the 500 block of Jackson Street at about 10:45 a.m. Upon arriving, officers say they spoke with a witness, who reported seeing a black male fire shots into the air before running south from the area.

State rep's appointment to Danville board raises questions

Tuesday night's appointment of state Rep. Chad Hays to a paid position on the Danville Sanitary District Board had some asking questions, including whether it's a conflict of interest for the state legislator. But it didn't keep the measure from passing unanimously when put to a vote of the Vermilion County Board.

Danville firefighters float buyouts as council approves budget cuts

Buyouts of some of the most experienced firefighters is one of the cost-saving measures firefighters have suggested in an on-going effort to cut hundreds of thousands of dollars from the city of Danville's fire division budget.

One Danville school placed on 'precautionary' lockdown

Danville police are investigating incidents in neighborhoods near two schools that led to one school being placed on soft lockdown. She said police reported a domestic dispute between two people, and that officers reported that one individual allegedly dropped a gun on the K-6 school's property.

Two Danville schools placed on 'precautionary' lockdown

Superintendent Alicia Geddis said Northeast Elementary Magnet School, at 1330 E. English St., was locked down after police alerted the school to a domestic disturbance between two people. Also, Meade Park Elementary School, at 200 S. Kansas Ave., was placed on a soft lockdown due to an incident that occurred in that neighborhood.

New Online Conservation Tool Works for Illinois Farmers

H ave you heard about the new online conservation option that the Natural Resources Conservation Service keeps talking about? State and national NRCS leaders met recently to discuss use and adoption of the new Conservation Client Gateway.

Danville's plan to cut spending faces vote Tuesday

Danville aldermen will vote next week on a plan that contains personnel and spending cuts across all departments, including at least $708,000 in fire department cuts. But they won't know until after Tuesday's vote exactly what those reductions entail - the loss of one firefighter or 16 of them.

Kickapoo Rail Trail work blazing along

In less than three months, the first segment of the 24.5-mile Kickapoo Rail Trail - from St. Joseph to Urbana - will be open to the public. "The contractors have been back to work for about two weeks," said Mary Ellen Wuellner, deputy executive director of the Champaign County Forest Preserve District, which owns the Champaign County portion of the recreational trail that eventually will connect Urbana and Danville.

Vermilion County students work together to find solutions

Before Monday, Alliah Dawson's perception of Danville High School was that it's big and impersonal and fights are always breaking out. "And they thought we were Hick Nation," the Bismarck-Henning High School junior said with a laugh, referring to two of her Danville High counterparts.

I-Cash reuniting citizens with unclaimed property

The Illinois Treasurer's Office is encouraging Danville residents to check for unclaimed property and funds during an I-Cash program on April 28. Officials say this program will be held at the Danville Public Library, located at 319 North Vermilion Street, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Members of the public will be able to use the I-Cash database to search for unclaimed property being held by the Illinois Treasurer's Office at no charge. I-Cash helps reunite citizens with property, money, or other items that have gone unclaimed and are being held by the Treasurer's Office.

Illinois Department of Public Health releases first quarter nursing home violations

SPRINGFIELD The Illinois Department of Public Health today announced the following type "AA" and "A" violations of the Nursing Home Care Act processed during the first quarter of 2017. An "AA" violation is cited when there is a condition or occurrence at the facility that proximately caused a resident's death.

Danville man arrested over Wednesday shooting

A 31-year-old Danville man is behind bars in connection with a shooting that injured a local woman in the face earlier this week. Agents with the U.S. Marshals Service, along with Danville police, located Christopher L. Dawson in Champaign around 8:30 p.m. Thursday.

Van Dyke Foundation ramping up efforts to restore Danville home

Restoration plans for the childhood home of Dick Van Dyke are ramping up this spring, according to officials with the celebrity's foundation. Todd Regan, executive director of the Dick Van Dyke Foundation, said on Wednesday that the foundation team has been working with architects to determine how best to restore the "fragile home" on Hazel Street in Danville, so it can eventually be opened to the public.

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