The Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board voted 7-1 today to permit Carle to finish ninth-story tower space to add 48 more medical-surgical beds, which was a reversal of an “intent to deny” the board issued last month.
Area police believe the arrest of an Urbana woman Tuesday may help them close several residential burglary cases that have cost victims credit and debit cards and a whole lot of hassle.
Urbana city officials are asking the school district to consider offering property tax abatements, perhaps for five to 10 years, on projects that provide increased valuation in a new enterprise zone.
"There has definitely been a big push, and this is not just through the university, but throughout the community, for people to be more active and seek alternative forms of transportation."
If she was in Congress today, Ann Callis probably would rank among or close to the 50 richest members of the House, based on a recent Roll Call study of congressional wealth.
Preliminary enrollment figures from the first day of classes are in, and they show fewer newbies and a slightly smaller student body than a year ago.
Election season is officially underway in Champaign as prospective candidates have begun circulating petitions to get their names on the spring 2015 ballot.
"There are so many perceptions of high schools, students, education and school facilities; we want to help people ensure their perceptions aren't misperceptions."
From a website redesign to what promises to be a lively session on "Penny" to your 2014 high school football preview, Jim Rossow's got you covered.