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DANVILLE — An 18-year-old Danville man is awaiting arraignment on preliminary charges of aggravated battery with a firearm and unlawful use of a weapon.

DANVILLE — The City of Danville Fire Department announced Tuesday that there will be a Training Burn at Fair Oaks on December 4, 2021, weather permitting. During this time, there will be multiple Fire Department vehicles and personnel on hand to conduct the training and make sure that everyt…

DANVILLE — Dynegy Midwest Generation has announced public meetings to present proposed plans to remove the coal ash from the Middle Fork of the Vermilion River.

DANVILLE — The Step Up Vermilion County team is set to make an announcement at the next meeting of the organization, at 8 a.m. Friday Dec. 3.

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For the next few weeks leading up to Christmas, the Danville Salvation Army seeks the community’s help during its busiest and most important time of the year.

DANVILLE — The Danville High School Madrigals are excited to bring back one of Danville’s most treasured holiday traditions.

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DANVILLE — When Amy and Troy Wasson decided to name their new store The Local Farmhouse, they wanted it to emphasis the “shop local, support local entrepreneurs” aspect of their business.

DANVILLE – The Danville Noon Rotary named Mike Hulvey its 2021 recipient of its prestigious Vocational Service Award. Hulvey is the chief operating officer for Neuhoff Communications. Neuhoff reaches an audience of more than a million residents in Illinois and Indiana through 20 radio statio…

DANVILLE – Every day food pantries strive to provide food and hope to those faced with food insecurities. Recognizing the important role these organizations play in local communities, Ameren Illinois stepped up to assist 35 food pantries across its service territory by donating a new energy …

HOOPESTON — The Hoopeston school board met on November 18th with the following actions.

DANVILLE — The city’s been inundated with phone calls about the new utility bills that residents received from the city on Friday and that commercial and industrial businesses will receive before the end of the month.

DANVILLE — Court cases concerning the state’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate for Danville School District 118 staff, and student mask mandate in Hoopeston Area School District 11 are moving along now in different settings.

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More than 25 new COVID-19 cases were reported late last week by the Vermilion County Health Department.

DANVILLE – Spiros Law is proud to announce that their team is expanding, and they would like to officially welcome Attorney Bill Tapella as Senior Trial Attorney and Billie Constant as an Associate Attorney.

URBANA – Early November may not be an optimal time to visit a tallgrass prairie in central Illinois. But if you know what to look for, as my two guides do, it’s as good a time as any.


DANVILLE — COVID-19 cases continue to be high in Vermilion County as evidence mounts of a new surge in cases across the state and nation.

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DANVILLE — Danville Light Opera presents Elf the Musical this weekend at the Fischer Theatre, and great seats are still available.

DANVILLE — A facilities plan that includes an unknown future for Garfield Elementary School, possibly demolishing the former Cannon Elementary School and expansions and new classrooms for multiple schools received unanimous approval from the Danville District 118 school board Wednesday night.

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The COVID-19 pandemic is showing no signs of subsiding in Vermilion County as health officials announced another death from the virus and more than 135 new cases.

DANVILLE — Every year, everyone has that one neighbor that outdoes everyone, right (or you are that person)? They light up their homes like Clark Griswold and brighten up the whole neighborhood! Or maybe their decorations are a bit simpler and more sophisticated yet beautiful to behold. Whet…

DANVILLE – The holidays are right around the corner and finding time to shop, bake, decorate and enjoy time with loved ones can be challenging. Do you have someone who is difficult to buy for? This year surprise them with a handmade wreath. Fresh wreaths add natural beauty to our homes, look…

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