Kids can feel really grown up this and next weekend at Crisis Nursery's 24th annual Children's Holiday Shop at Lincoln Square in Urbana.
IHSA police escorts, Prospect Avenue stoplights, the mess that is the I-74/I-57 interchange, upcoming heating bills ... Tom Kacich has your answers.
An Illinois Department of Natural Resources worker said procurement staff have not yet awarded a contract and are still reviewing the proposal.
The steakhouse's owners are looking at Dec. 12, 13 or 14; renovations to the building at 201 N. Neil St. are nearly complete and over 100 employees are being trained.
Jim Walder finds it "a very strange coincidence" that two of the three people tasked with reviewing his case for the Illinois Human Rights Commission are either "LGBT activists or openly gay."
Judge cited Anthony Meads' age (24), his mostly clean criminal record, that he's working on his GED, and letters about Meads' character as reasons for the reduced sentence.
Two sessions with a federal mediator weren't enough to resolve key issues; a third is set for Jan. 9-10.
But workers were gifted with extra paid days off around the holidays.
The first wave of the viral infection is starting to make the rounds in the area.
Starting this week, you'll not only get to listen to our many radio guests but get a glimpse of them, too.
Researchers aren't yet certain, but they know that they do help filter out volatile organic compounds that build up when we seal buildings against winter weather.