Internet freedom activist Sascha Meinrath is back in town today for the 15th anniversary of the Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center.
A solar-power installation taking shape along Windsor Road should be generating electricity for the University of Illinois campus by Nov. 11.
Friends organize Page Parkhill ALS Challenge
Local pest control companies are fighting a flea infestation — believed to have been caused by raccoons living in the ceiling — in a building on Danville's Veterans Affairs campus.
"The first year, 2,200 people showed up. Last year, 3,500. We have great bands, great food and great beer."
Demolition of the complex is scheduled to begin this month.
Appointment will come before the county board's committee of the whole on Tuesday.
A couple of repeat performers earned helmet stickers this week, including an area quarterback that threw for seven touchdowns.
Tuscola, Arcola and St. Joseph-Ogden are all rolling in the first half of their respective conference showdowns.
Why vultures are flying over the satellite jail, what happened to a local pizza place, what’s going into the old Birkey’s building in Urbana, why Democrat Pattsi Petrie went to a Republican picnic last month and what to do about the odor from Champaign’s Kraft plant.