With the UI's 150th anniversary just two days away, our year-long series continues here, with 10 female grads who went on to greatness telling us about the places and spaces that made the most indelible impressions on them.
Each week, we offer a Q&A with a local personality. Today, the Urbana Democrat representing the 103rd House District in Illinois chats with staff writer Melissa Merli.
Staff writer Paul Wood talks with the UI sophomore who founded AVA, a startup that helps create cross-platform software to solve common problems.
When what was a cellphone game is ported to a console, in this case the PlayStation 4, a reviewer such as myself has a few basic questions to consider.
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While the debates can sometimes become heated, judges Steigmann and McCuskey enjoy each other's company -- even away from the mic.
As Urbana awaits a state Supreme Court decision on whether the nonprofit Carle Foundation Hospital has to pay property taxes, the three hopefuls have been asked throughout the run-up to Tuesday's primary what the city's future relationship with its largest employer should be.
No one seems to know where the Taylorville Republican was much of last week.
Villa Grove is where you go to wait for trains. Even social media has caught on.
'This is an important issue, but in the overall scheme of things that I have to contend with to ensure the future excellence and vitality of this university, it's lower on my list,' he said.
Champaign County Coroner Duane Northrup said Saturday it may be early next week before he has a positive identification of a body removed from a fire-damaged house at 908 W. Clark St., C.
Friends and family of Eddie Carter, Rantoul's first black police officer, remember him as a loving family man.
Malawi native Dalitso Sulamoyo is now president and CEO of the Illinois Association of Community Action Agencies in Springfield. He is expected to begin work at the RPC on June 1.
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