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A preview of Young Frankenstein musical. [Read More]
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The Women's Resource Center will be hiring two confidential advocates. [Read More]
2019 Edible Book Festival... [Read More]
Check out digital books at your local library... [Read More]
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A new rehab center might make its way to town to help combat an area drug problem. [Read More]
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It's Grain Safety Week and one group wants to make sure people know and understand the hazards while working around it. [Read More]
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Sign up for a fun run in the Danville community... [Read More]
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Some people are upset an historic tree was dug up to make room for a restaurant. [Read More]
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Demolition started on part of Tepper Electric Supply Company, near Green and Neil streets, earlier this year. [Read More]
The push to fund road repairs is gaining momentum, but some warn against a tax increase which comes with it. [Read More]
Standing at 6-foot-6 and 250 pounds, Luke Ford is hard to miss on the football field but he stands out for more than just his... [Read More]
Farmers will soon be on the road to planting. [Read More]
We get the scoop on the musical Young Frankenstein... [Read More]
Broken windows at Central High School have caused some students to be moved. [Read More]
A daycare owner is concerned after a child fell into a water meter box. [Read More]
A new grant program will give thousands of dollars to area non-profits. [Read More]
A law meant to keep emergency workers safe on the road while helping others is getting more attention. [Read More]
The county is seeing a very low turnout for this year's consolidated election with only 133 voters in person and 165 ballots mailed in. [Read More]
Spring ball is off and running for Illinois football. The Illini practiced for the first time on the field in 2019 bright and early Tuesday... [Read More]
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