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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
College softball: Cavaliers split doubleheader against Danville
KCC struggled in the batters box in its first game against Danville Area Community College before exploding offensively in the latter half of the second game in a doubleheader. The Cavaliers lost 3-2 in the first contest.Officials seek tips on 2 men who robbed Danville gas station
Police responded at 1:43 a.m. Monday to the Circle K Gas Station in the 600 block of South Bowman Avenue for a report of an armed robbery. An employee told police that two men entered the business wearing ski masks and one was armed with a handgun.Fire at condemned Danville home called suspicious
"It's under investigation," said Capt. Todd Spicer. But "it's going to be hard to determine the cause without safe access to the building."State's attorney: Sheriff's deputy cleared in shooting
A Vermilion County sheriff's deputy was justified when he shot and wounded 24-year-old Caleb Emory during a domestic disturbance and police standoff at his rural Danville home last December, the county's top prosecutor announced Monday. In a letter to a special agent with the Illinois State Police, which investigated the police officer-involved shooting, Vermilion County State's Attorney Jacqueline Lacy wrote that she conducted a thorough review of all police reports, witness statements, evidence collected at the scene and photographs of the incident of the shooting involving sheriff's Sgt.Several liquor license rule changes on tap in Danville
Proposed changes to Danville's ordinance would require new package liquor stores to be even farther away from churches or schools than they are now. The current rules put the minimum distance at 100 feet.Clergy corner, March 24, 2017
Long ago, a wise clergy member gave MOTHER BETH MAYNARD a few words of advice about how to survive the Sabbath, telling her that "every one hour of work takes two hours of effort out of you." "In my first few years as a priest, I arrived home so exhausted that I always took a nap after lunch, but I've grown used to the expenditure of energy now," says the veteran rector at Champaign's Emmanuel Memorial Episcopal Church.Teacher of the Week: Andrea Byram
On Wednesdays, we'll spotlight a difference-making area educator. To nominate a teacher, tweet to education reporter @Nicole_Lafond with the hashtag #TeacherOfTheWeek.Danville aldermen to weigh in on proposed fire cuts
Mayor Scott Eisenhauer said Monday that there would be a straw poll of aldermen at tonight's city council meeting to measure support for the plan to lay off 16 firefighters - a move city administration has proposed as a cost-saving measure. A straw poll would be an informal opinion survey of the 14 aldermen and would not be an official vote on the proposed cuts.Danville Public Works hosting job fair for seasonal work
DANVILLE Throughout the year, the City of Danville employs seasonal workers to assist with critical functions, and a job fair is being held to fill these positions. City officials say positions in the Public Works Department play a very important role in providing quality services to the citizens of Danville.Danville vehicle hijackers caught in Indianapolis
DANVILLE Two people are in custody in Indiana after they forced children out a parked vehicle and escaped across state lines. Danville Police say they received a call at around 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 11. They were called to the Wal-Mart parking lot on North Vermilion Street, where a victim told them her vehicle that had been parked in the store's lot had been hijacked by two suspects.Suspects break into Danville home, beat up residents, steal cars
DANVILLE Danville Police are investigating after homeowners say two men broke into their home, beat them up and got away with both of their cars. Officers were called to the home in the 400 block of Columbia Street, at around 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 10. When they arrived, the victims told Danville authorities that two black men armed with handguns had entered the home and demanded they turn over several of their possessions.Danville High students give a little food feedback
Fifty minutes before their lunch period on Friday, juniors in Mark Bacys' U.S. history class at Danville High School sat down to a gourmet feast. The menu: small plates of lasagna, a breakfast burrito, mini-cheese ravioli, pepperjack cheese enchiladas, pizzeria-style double-cheese pizza and teriyaki chicken and General Tso's chicken, both over fried rice.Danville Police make Arrest in Burger King Robbery
Danville- The Danville Police Department has made an arrest in connection to the robbery of a Burger King Restaurant. The robbery happened on March 7th at the Burger King at 18 E. West Newell Rd. During the investigation of the robbery, officers located 25 yr old Winston Douglas of Danville, IL in the area near where the robbery occurred.Danville Police seeking suspect in Burger King robbery
DANVILLE Danville officers say they were called to the Burger King on West Newell Road in regards to a robbery that had taken place just before midnight on Tuesday. The suspect managed to get away just as police were arriving on scene at the restaurant at 18 East West Newell Road.Burger King in Danville robbed
Cmd. Josh Webb said police were called to the robbery at Burger King, 18 E. West Newell Road, at 11:48 p.m. As officers arrived, a man fled the restaurant and ran into a wooded area north of the business. Officers searched the area for several hours, but were unable to locate him.Danville mayor proposes 16 layoffs at fire department
Mayor Scott Eisenhauer proposed laying off 16 firefighters at a Tuesday night budget meeting as a result of a contract arbitration decision. Eisenhauer, who described the cuts as a "harsh" plan, proposed reducing fire department personnel from 42 to 26 after learning earlier in the day that the city lost an arbitration decision on the firefighters' contract regarding minimum manning and salaries.Tilton's Olde Lamplighter extinguished
Back in 1978, the then-20-something X-ray technologist met a young attorney at a watering hole in Danville. Later that evening, they moved on to the Tilton nightclub, where they shared their first dance.
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