I know I live in a "red" area as far as politics goes, and I am 77 and concerned about this country and watching farms being sold, dairy operations going broke, weather dramatically changing, etc. I need not mention all that is not right with the laws of the land, let alone the rise in child…
We at OSF HealthCare are aware of Carle’s plans to develop a medical campus in Danville. Part of the proposed project seeks to close a portion of North Logan Avenue. On behalf of OSF HealthCare and the 697 Mission Partners who work at OSF HealthCare Sacred Heart Medical Center in Danville, w…
For many years as a volunteer and parent of four students who graduated from Schlarman, I had heard of Edmund “Zeke” Bratkowski, Schlarman High School’s iconic graduate of the class of 1949. To me, as to many others, he was a legendary figure, “larger than life”, if you will, for his vast an…
When I first arrived in Danville for the 1990-1991 season, Mendelssohn’s joyous “Italian” Symphony was on the schedule and there was a huge buzz in the community about the Fischer Theater and the fundraising effort to save and restore it.
In October 2017, the federal Department of Health & Human Services declared a public health emergency to address the national opioid crisis. That year, drug overdoses killed a record-breaking 72,300 Americans, more than the yearly death tolls from HIV, car crashes, and gun deaths combined.
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump, an ongoing eruption of self-refuting statements ("I'm a very stable genius" with "a very good brain"), is adding self-impeachment to his repertoire. Spiraling downward in a tightening gyre, his increasingly unhinged public performances (Google the one with Finland'…
DANVILLE — Kenneth D. Bailey Academy plans to honor at least one or possibly more Vermilion County veterans in November who have a decorated military career and a record of solid community service.
Mary Reik, Paula Meece, Richard Brazda and Larry Meganhardt work at Fair Hope Children's Ministry. A Sunday concert with Doc Ashton and The Root Canals will help raise money for the ministry's new building.
CHICAGO — A jury on Friday convicted a man who prosecutors said plotted then tried to cover up the 2015 slaying of a 9-year-old boy who was lured into a Chicago alley with the promise of a juice box.
This Week's Circulars
- Woman convicted of assaulting police officer
- Another win at Daytona for JR Motorsports
- Academy discusses gang, drug problems
- Work to close Robinson Street
- Police Report
- Residents share stories about local black history
- Cullen: Remembering one of city's great men
- Census to shape next 10 years in Vermilion County, other areas
- County's longtime economic development leader dies
- Danville man among those arrested in FBI operation in Kankakee area