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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
Weekend homicide makes 2018 the deadliest ever in Danville

An argument that turned violent Sunday morning left one man dead and another in critical condition and set a record for number of homicide deaths in the city in a calendar year. Beginning in January, when Jeremiah Deneal, 18, of Danville was found slumped over the wheel of a vehicle on the city's east side, there have so far been nine homicides in which 11 people have died - eight shootings that left 10 people dead and one fatal stabbing.

Danville council set to vote on naming building after Eisenhauer

The city council is set to vote this week on naming the public works facility after Scott Eisenhauer, who stepped down last month after almost 16 years as mayor to become Rantoul village administrator. At their regular meeting set for 6 p.m. Tuesday, aldermen will vote on the resolution dedicating the facility at 1155 E. Voorhees St. as "Scott Eisenhauer Municipal Building North."

Area history, Nov. 19, 2018

In 1918, the Students' Army Training Corps at the University of Illinois learned it would not be disbanded until June 30, 1919. In 1968, the University of Illinois Library's Rare BookRoom received a dozen manuscripts from 13th and 14th Century Englands.

After referendum, several showing interest in being Danville's next mayor

With Scott Eisenhauer leaving to become Rantoul village administrator and voters rejecting a bid to switch to a city-manager form of government, the city still needs a full-time mayor. And acting Mayor Rickey Williams Jr. and former Vermilion County Board Chairman Jim McMahon, who have both run against Eisenhauer in the past, are interested.

Chicago man gets 6 years for shooting at man getting off bus in Urbana

A Chicago man with no prior convictions who opened fire on a man on a busy Urbana street earlier this year is headed to prison for six years. Michael Smith, 23, pleaded guilty before Judge Tom Difanis to aggravated discharge of a firearm, admitting that on May 22, he fired at a Danville man as the man stepped off a Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District bus in the 1200 block of North Cunningham Avenue.

Danville man convicted of murder in 2017 shooting

After more than five hours of deliberation, a Vermilion County jury found Latron Cross, 25, of Danville guilty in the 2017 killing of a man convicted in his sister's murder five years ago. Vermilion County State's Attorney Jacqueline Lacy held up a small piece of evidence for jurors to see again during the murder trial's closing arguments Thursday morning - a rubber bracelet Cross wore that had hearts and his sister's name, Latifah Cross.

Returning to C-U: Country star and his 'No Shoes Nation'

In this June 23, 2018 file photo, Kenny Chesney performs during the Trip Around the Sun Tour in Phoenix. After Hurricane Irma decimated the U.S. Virgin Islands last year, country superstar Kenny Chesney started writing songs and organizing relief efforts.

Danville voters overwhelmingly reject switch to city-manager format

While a few more than 2,900 people said "yes" to switching from the current strong mayor-alderman form of government to a city manager-alderman format, more than 4,000 said "no." They believed that now was the time for a change to a city-manager form due to what they called the serious financial challenges facing the city of 33,000.

Officer testified that victim of 2017 shooting identified his killer

Danville police Officer Josh Long testified Tuesday that he was dispatched to the 1400 block of Eastview Avenue shortly before 1 p.m. July 7, 2017, for an accident involving a bicyclist. But on the way, he was told the victim had been shot twice.

Jobs on Marron's mind as 104th House District voters send him to Springfield

Mike Marron is thrilled to be serving at least two more years as representative of the 104th Illinois House District. Unofficial vote totals show Marron, who was appointed to the seat about two months ago, won 20,298 votes to Cunningham's 15,950.

Danville man gets 24 years for attack on resident at senior housing complex

A 22-year-old Danville man was sentenced to 24 years in prison Tuesday for forcing his way into a Tilton senior apartment complex and beating an 86-year-old resident there. The sentence handed down by Circuit Judge Thomas O'Shaughnessy was one year short of the maximum number of years Tyren C. Wilson could have been sentenced to per his plea agreement.

November 5, 12:30 PM Weather Forecast Update

Surface low is tracking even farther south. Should track Danville, Illinois to Winamac.

Top of the Morning, Nov. 5, 2018

Vermilion County election officials reported that voting was steady on Tuesday, April 4, 2017, at St. Mary's Gym in Westville, which houses six precincts and includes contested mayoral races in Westville and Georgetown and a contested race for Georgetown Township trustee. Starting early Tuesday morning, there will be News-Gazette reporters and photographers tracking races all over Champaign, Urbana and Danville - our live report at news-gazette.com will be active all day.

Scott Eisenhauer's challenges: New job - and a return to school

Back when he was Danville's 38-year-old new mayor, Scott Eisenhauer hoped to win one more four-year term and work college courses into his schedule, so he could become a high school government teacher once he walked away from city hall. Now, as he prepares for a career change at age 54, Eisenhauer is finally getting around to that goal he had of finishing his education.

Clergy Corner, Nov. 2, 2018

Like many other congregations that occupy older church buildings, members of First Presbyterian in Danville have faced challenges with lighting, heating and cooling their large house of worship, which has a gymnasium and education wing in addition to the sanctuary. "It's an enormous and old building.

Lake Vermilion to be lowered 2 feet for boat-ramp repairs

Those who live or play on Lake Vermilion in Danville need to be aware that the water level will be lowered by 2 feet Sunday. The temporary lowering is necessary for the Vermilion County Conservation District to make repairs to the public boat ramp on the west side of the lake, according to Aqua Illinois officials in Danville.

Danville woman looking to provide some care for Westville caregivers

However, moving around has never been easy for the 26-year-old Westville woman, who has cerebral palsy and can only walk short distances when someone's assisting her. "Most of the time, she's down on the ground," said dad Jeff.

Danville's tax-levy discussions begin with talk of possible increase

As Mayor Scott Eisenhauer packs up to begin his new job as Rantoul village administrator next week, the responsibility of configuring Danville's next property-tax levy by mid-December will now fall mostly to City Comptroller Shelley Scott and acting Mayor Rickey Williams Jr. with input from aldermen. And tough decisions appear to be ahead, as Scott's initial numbers indicate a property-tax increase, and possible fee increases are on the horizon, regardless of who is mayor and whether voters approve or reject the Nov. 6 referendum to change the city's governmental structure to one with a city manager.

Danville drivers will encounter county's first roundabout beginning today

City officials are expecting some confusion from drivers who encounter Danville's first-ever roundabout at English and Jackson streets today. The completely rebuilt intersection - two blocks north of Danville High School and a block south of the Danville Family YMCA - opens to traffic at 7 a.m. It's been completely closed to vehicles since late-April when the contractor, Stark Excavating, started tearing up the old three-way stop intersection that was misaligned, with the north and south legs of Jackson not lining with each other.

Coroner IDs victim of Friday night shooting

According to a police report, officers were called to the 100 block of North State Street at about 9 p.m. Friday after residents reported hearing gunshots. Public Safety Director Larry Thomason said Mr. Bryant "was found with what appeared to be a gunshot to the upper body.

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