A decorated Champaign police officer left a legacy that has filtered down through three generations.
Staff writer Tim Mitchell's suggestions for the week.
Here is a list of Memorial Day observances in East Central Illinois.
As many people pay homage this weekend to those who have died, few will visit one of the state's grandest tributes to fallen warriors.
Public swimming pools rarely turn a profit. But that's not the point, managers say.
Before you dipped your toe in that swimming pool — Crystal Lake or Garfield Park or Sholem or, heck, Freer Gym or Lincolnshire Fields or La Quinta — the state took a look.
A Tuscola man has won a Marine Corps Heritage Foundation award for his documentary on veterans of Okinawa in World War II, "Rise of the Valiant."
More than half of all cats and dogs in the United States are either overweight or obese.
Just 24 notes from start to finish. But to hear it across the plain of a graveyard is one of the most mournful sounds I can imagine.
Some faculty waiting to see 'how things play out'
Allegations against the University of Illinois women's basketball program drew the interest of one of the state's highest-ranking politicians earlier this month.
There's a new food truck rolling around the streets of Champaign, and it features items you may never have had before — at least in this form.
Getting Personal is a Q&A with a local personality. Here, Gina Hartleb chats with The News-Gazette's Paul Wood. The teacher and parent is the wife of Illini baseball coach Dan Hartleb.