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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
Iraq War veteran, service dog united in trauma

Iraq war veteran Joshua Whitney is reunited with his service dog, Harleigh, on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, at the University of Illinois Small Animal Clinic in Urbana after she was hit by a car Friday evening. She lost her right front leg, but Christina Cocca, a second-year surgical resident who operated on her, said 'she's pain-free now and working on three legs like a champ.'

Dark Vermilion Skies' May Star Party to feature youthful expert

If you haven't heard of Aidan Pettice, one of the featured speakers at Friday's Dark Vermilion Skies' May Star Party, perhaps it's because he's only 10. The Rev. Timothy Sauppe, founder of the local Dark Skies chapter and co-organizer of the star party, said he met the Alvin fourth-grader at a star party two years ago.

Danville police hope to have school officers at full strength by fall

With nine new police officers in various stages of training, Danville city officials hope that by summer's end, the police department will be fully staffed again, allowing two veterans to be reassigned as resource officers in the school district. The Danville school district has been operating this spring with only two of its four school resource officers, because the police division has not been fully staffed for several months due to a flurry of retirements and resignations stretching back to last year.

Danville man facing charges after drive-by shooting

A 22-year-old Danville man faces multiple weapons charges following his arrest in connection with a drive-by shooting early Thursday morning. Tyvon A. Cooper has been charged in Vermilion County Circuit Court with aggravated discharge of a firearm at a vehicle, aggravated discharge of a firearm at a person, possession of a stolen firearm and having no concealed-carry permit.

Vermilion County church bombings 20 years later

News-Gazette file photos of bombings from the Oakwood Community Church , Danville's First Assembly of God Church and the May 29, 1998, garage bombing in Danville. Scene at the home of Richard D. White, a person of interest in the bombing at Danville's First Assembly of God Church, after he blew himself up in his mother's garage at 203 Grace Street in Danville on May 28, 1998.

'You don't forget something like that'

At the First Assembly of God Church in Danville, there's no visible sign of the powerful bomb that exploded during a morning worship service on Memorial Day weekend nearly two decades ago.But those who were there on May 24, 1998, still vividly remember the frightening boom, the smell of spent gunpowder and the gaping hole in the west wall of the building. And once they learned the blast was caused by an explosive device, they remember wondering: Who did this and why? The second injured 34 Danville church members, many of whom belonged to the youth group, Extreme Faith, and usually sat on the west side of the sanctuary, closest to where the explosive device was placed.

Group redoubles push for Danville petition to create city manager position

The grass roots group "Moving Danville Forward" already has enough signatures to get a question on the fall ballot asking voters if they want a city manager form of government in Danville. But organizers are going to make one final push this weekend to get more signatures on petitions asking for a referendum in the November election.

Growing smarter: Partnership with discovery garden bears fruit

Mark Denman Elementary School second-graders Seinity Farrell and Marissa Rose plant Swiss chard in a raised bed at the Douglas Discovery Garden in Danville on Thursday, May 17, 2018, through a partnership with the discovery garden and the Vermilion County Farm Bureau's Ag in the Classroom program. The students, along with fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders from Danville Lutheran Schools, grew seedlings in their classroom, then transplanted them in the community garden, located on the former site of the old Douglas School.

Police: Shooting victim was intended target

A 21-year-old Danville man was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries after being shot early Sunday morning, authorities said. According to Champaign police Lt.

Danville High's JROTC program recognized as among best in the nation

Earlier this month, the Viking Battalion was officially inspected by the U.S. Army cadet command for the first time since the program began nearly five years ago. It received a nearly perfect score of 96 points out of 100, earning the "Honor Unit with Distinction" rating and placing it among the top JROTC programs in the country.

Vermilion airport officials looking into board conflicts

Vermilion Regional Airport officials are looking into claims that four of the five commissioners on its board are actually not qualified to serve because they have roles with other governmental bodies. The complaint was lodged by the Edgar County Watchdogs, which filed similar complaints with the Illinois Department of Transportation concerning commissioners serving on the Springfield Airport Authority board.

Westville school pushes the hot-air balloon envelope in festival preview

Judith Giacoma students got a lesson Thursday in hot-air ballooning - and possibly set a world record in the process. Early that morning, Danville pilot Donna Carlton-Vish and her crew brought her first balloon, Sunny One, to the elementary school in Westville and partially inflated it in the gym.

The Health Reporter Is In, May 10, 2018

Work continues at a new commercial building where OSF HealthCare will have an urgent-care center on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at the corner of Interstate Drive and Prospect Avenue in Champaign. A: Peoria-based OSF has applied for building permits for two urgent-care centers in Champaign - one in the former Brixx Wood Fired Pizza building at 2043 S. Neil St. and the other in Green Street Realty's new commercial building that is under construction at the corner of North Prospect Avenue and Interstate Drive.

Development deal for Danville intersection would see city almost break even

The city should recoup most of the $328,000 it has spent acquiring six parcels on a busy intersection if the city council approves a tentative pre-development agreement next week. City officials gave details of the proposed agreement with the developer, Highland Ventures, during the a meeting of council's public works committee Tuesday night.

IDOT awards $225,520 for amenities on Kickapoo Rail Trail

The Illinois Department of Transportation announced Monday that it awarded $225,520 in grant money for amenities on the Kickapoo Rail Trail. The grant was one of 218 applications throughout the state for IDOT's Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program.

Danville Housing Authority board members to be asked to pull double duty

The Vermilion County Board chairman has asked the seven members of the Danville Housing Authority to pull double duty by filling vacancies on the Vermilion County Housing Authority board as part of a long-term goal to merge the two public-housing agencies. Danville's agency oversees public and voucher-based housing in that city, while the county agency operates public housing in several towns, including Rossville, Hoopeston and Georgetown.

Silence not golden for those in Vermilion County's 'scanner land'

"I'm nosy. I'm not ashamed to say it. If I see cops in my neighborhood, I want to know what's going on," said the Danville woman, who now runs an in-home day care.

Danville man arrested in shooting held on unrelated charges

Public Safety Director Larry Thomason said a man arrested after a shooting late last week has not been charged in that incident, though he remains in custody on unrelated charges. Thomason said Arthur Cunningham, 21, of Danville was taken into custody after he was found in possession of a gun.

Deal looms as Danville hopes to revitalize busy intersection

The city of Danville may soon have a tentative development agreement for three properties at a busy intersection - properties the city has spent more than $320,000 on in hopes the site would eventually be redeveloped. Mayor Scott Eisenhauer said the city has been working with a developer on an agreement for redeveloping 900-914 N. Vermilion St., in the center of the city.

Danville police looking into shooting that sent one to hospital

Danville Public Safety Director Larry Thomason said that a police officer was patrolling in the 900 block of Cleveland Avenue around 7:30 p.m. Thursday when he observed a large group of youths running from the Schultz Street area. The youths told the officer that shots had been fired in the area.

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