"We don't want students getting so intoxicated that they wander into other people's homes or wander into the street or get behind the wheel of a car."
Getting Personal is a Q&A with a local personality. Today, Bob Osiek chats with The News-Gazette's Paul Wood. Osiek, Joe Donahue and Pedro Heller are celebrating the 40th year of the Esquire Lounge.
We've lost natural reproduction of native trees, shrubs and wildflowers. Deer also wipe out gardens, shrubs and flower beds.
Champaign County Business Empowered PAC also gives nod to Kerris Lee, Amy Armstrong, Kathy Shannon and Chris Kloeppel for the Champaign school board.
"Those two merit some special attention because the neighbors have tried to do something and now it's time for government to step in and see if it can do something."
"This particular storm happened to go right over the top of us."
Iris Nigg Lundin, who is nearly 97 and lives in Savoy, enlisted in the Marines in 1943.
"We were not given the right of first refusal. We were not given enough time to prepare. We were not given a chance to negotiate."
The Danville Public School Foundation is hosting a banquet to pay tribute to the school district's retiring superintendent.
Write about the Esquire, my boss said. But what would I say?
The impact on Parkland College of siting a new Central High School at Dodds Park would be quite different from the expedient arguments put forward by the proponents.