DANVILLE — When you’re a dad with twins or triplets, you barely get a good night’s sleep.
RIDGE FARM — Each growing season, gardeners face many questions: what to plant, remove, divide, etc. Whether gardeners have a large area or a small patio, nutrient rich soil or compacted clay, unlimited funds or a tight budget there are countless ways to proceed and new garden trends to consider.
DANVILLE – After being denied, a special-use permit to allow for a solar energy system at Aqua Illinois’ water treatment plant off West Fairchild Street will return for Danville City Council action next week.
DANVILLE — A minister who has served for more than 60 years in positions as co-pastor and pastor with the Assemblies of God has received the Unsung Hero award for 2019.
DANVILLE — Danville District 118 officials hope the district’s three-day centralized registration event, which ends at noon today, made registering students more convenient, particularly for families who have more than one child in the district.
David L. Crawley, 61, of Danville, charged Thursday in Vermilion County Circuit Court with six counts of reproduction of child pornography, which are Class X felonies punishable by six to 30 years in prison, and one count of possession of child pornography, a Class 2 felony punishable by thr…
DANVILLE – Members of United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 686 who work at the Viscofan meat casings production facility in Danville are standing together for a fair contract.
DANVILLE — With a combined total of nearly 75 years in the classroom between them, Northeast Elementary Magnet School teachers Kathy Caston and Kim Hall undoubtedly have touched the lives of many students.
DANVILLE — There are advantages in the proximity of Interstate 57 to Vermilion County. However, one disadvantage is that many travelers miss out on what northern Vermilion County cities have to offer.
DANVILLE – With another water main break on the east side of North Vermilion Street last week, Aqua Illinois is looking at interim and long-term solutions.
DANVILLE – Construction had been expected to start this summer, but now likely won’t start until next construction season on the northwest sanitary service area project.
It’s that time again to remove empty planters, clean gutters, empty and remove abandoned swimming pools. Warm weather has reached Vermilion County, which means its time for mosquitoes.
DANVILLE — Danville District 118 is once again offering a streamlined approach to student registration, starting Wednesday and lasting through the end of the week at the David S. Palmer Civic Center.
When she found out that staff at the Danville Correctional Center had removed more than 200 books from a library inside the prison’s education wing, Rebecca Ginsburg said she felt a pit in her stomach.
SPRINGFIELD — After four years of fiscal austerity and the pro-business, anti-union agenda of former Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner, Illinois lawmakers took a sharp turn to the left during the just-completed legislative session, passing a budget with more than $1 billion in new spending and a …
DANVILLE — The Vermilion County Federation of Labor AFL–CIO will again sponsor the “Largest Downstate Parade in Illinois” on Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 2. The parade committee takes much time and pride in bringing this event to downtown Danville.
DANVILLE — Marvin “Ike” Isenhower enjoyed everything about his trip to Washington, D.C., with the Indy Honor Flight 29. But, he especially enjoyed all the attention from strangers.
DANVILLE – After aldermen approved a $6.2 million contract with Cross Construction for the northwest sanitary service area reconstruction in May, the project is being delayed.
DANVILLE – Danville Area Community College’s adult education division has planned an event Tuesday morning to inform frontline community supporters of the services available to individuals who might need a hand with finishing their education or landing a job.
DANVILLE – When the special-use permit for Aqua Illinois’ solar energy project returns to the Danville City Council on June 18 for another vote, a super majority vote isn’t needed to reject the permit.
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of Lynchburg, Virginia Passed away on June 1, 2019, Mrs. Myrna Pichon Nein Passed away at her home surrounded by those that loved her. Family and friends may call 434.401.1488 for additional information.
formerly of Potomac, died June 13, 2019. Services will be at 2:00 p.m. June 17, 2019, at Blurton Funeral Home, in Potomac. Visitation 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Burial in Potomac Cemetery. www.BlurtonFuneralHomes.com.
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