URBANA — Urbana’s economic development manager, Brandon Boys, served his last day this past week.
On Tuesday, the Atkins Group and the University of Illinois announced that the golf course would be donated to the UI athletic department, while more than 100 residential lots, 70 acres of undeveloped acreage and a 'sizeable commercial parcel' would be donated to the university.
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Matt Roeschley, Champaign’s deputy liquor commissioner, said he’ll know more Thursday about what possible steps could be taken.
Being permitted to restart indoor service Friday doesn’t mean all restaurants and bars will do so, and not necessarily at the full capacity they’ll be allowed.
Trustees approved the measure this week, and the option will be available to employees from June 25 to Aug. 17 on a first-come, first-served basis.
The CEO and president now in his 26th year with the Champaign-based Clark Dietz engineering firm took time out to answer a few questions from Editor Jeff D’Alessio in the 29th installment of our weekly speed read spotlighting local leaders of organizations big and small.
How much overtime did local agencies pay police officers to respond to the events on May 31 at Market Place Mall, June 1 from Urbana to Champaign and June 6 starting at Hessel Park?
Headlines were made over the 45th president’s wanting to hold a Juneteenth commemoration in Tulsa, Okla., the site of a notorious massacre of African Americans by whites in 1921.
With the state set to enter Phase 4 of Gov. J.B. Pritzker's Restore Illinois plan, staff writer Anthony Zilis examines what various of University of Illinois venues are anticipating will change once students and visitors return.
CHICAGO — The Illinois Attorney General filed a lawsuit Wednesday against a plasma-collection company with a location in Champaign.
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Owner Steve Suderman, whose store was first shut down by the coronavirus pandemic and then hit by looters, said he feels a little bit like Job, the biblical character forced to suffer at length. But he predicted that things will slowly get better.
At last count, the fund — created by the United Way of Champaign County in conjunction with the Community Foundation of East Central Illinois — had raised $1,062,438.65. Here’s a look at how some of the 42 recipients of 65 grants (and counting) are doing.
Perry Morris, an emeritus board member who has been involved with the Orpheum since the campaign to save it began in 1989, said while the closure 'is especially disappointing,' he is 'very optimistic that the theater can once again have a new life.'
While it received donations, federal loans and grants, 'unfortunately, the efforts that have been made were not enough,' said an announcement from its board.
Multiple citizens wrote to the village board in support of the moratorium on multiple-family residential site development plan reviews, while a couple developers said there’s still a demand for upscale apartments.
Looters came not just once but twice Sunday night to Good Vibes Sound, at 2010 Round Barn Road, smashing their way in through the door and carting away much of the inventory.
How soon some businesses that were heavily damaged and looted this past Sunday can reopen may depend, in part, on how soon they can get their shattered glass windows and doors replaced.
As bad as the Illinois economy appears now, there are no guarantees that it will turn around quickly, says a recent report by the University of Illinois’ Institute of Government and Public Affairs.
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