Multiple churches came together on Wednesday at the USA Days Festival in Centerburg to celebrate the freedoms of living in the USA and also the freedoms that come from dedicating a life to Christ.
Sarah’s Herbs will bring a touch of Mother Nature to 1400 Newark Road by carrying products on its shelves with ingredients that come from the natural world.
At the Danville-Howard Turkey Festival, enthusiastic and somewhat bashful young artists showed off their turkey themed art at the Little Miss and Mr. Turkey contest for the festival to see.
Lindsay Anderson has opened a new salon at 102 E. Ross St. in Danville. She is venturing out with her own business after 10 years of working as a hair stylist.
Director of Knox County Job and Family Services Matthew Kurtz gave a general update on the public assistance sector of the agency to the Knox County Commissioners on Thursday.
This month’s First Friday will include some martial arts action and a fundraiser to help out the Knox County Kids Succeed (KiCKS) program assist aspiring martial artists make their dream a reality with scholarships.
Camp Hope is taking over the grounds of Camp Mohaven in Danville this week to provide a fun and safe environment for youth to deal with their grief.
“Superheros” is the theme this year to show the kids that even the heroes that they look up to have struggles they are dealing with personally and that personal loss doesn’t mean someone can’t be a real life Wonder Woman, Spiderman or Superman.
The 128th annual commencement exercises of Danville High School took place Saturday at the Danville High School gymnasium as crowds of proud friends and family members watched as 52 seniors received diplomas to signify the end of four years of hard work.
Step Into Fitness celebrated its 20th anniversary with an open house that brought in clients for a night of fitness, healthy smoothies and to recognize owner and group trainer Lorraine Davis for all the work she has put into keeping Step Into Fitness going.