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The 49-year-old Champaign resident who serves as executive director of Promise Healthcare chats with staff writer Paul Wood. Greenwalt says she's a fan of collies and canaries.
The Rev. Claude Shelby of Salem Baptist Church in Champaign considers the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Service of Celebration one of the best things that's ever happened here
Each week, staff writer Paul Wood spotlights a high-tech difference maker. This week: A UI doctoral student who co-founded a synthetic biology and robotics company.
Owner Jim Goetz has signed a lease for a new store at 902 Meijer Drive, as part of the Taco John's strip mall.
A big weekend for Thad Matta. First, his Ohio State Buckeyes surprised Michigan State on Sunday. A day later, his alma mater moved to No. 1 in our rankings. Congratulations, Hoopeston Area. The latest courtesy sports editor Matt Daniels.
Fisher's Bob Lindsay and Tuscola's Matt Franks will be among the local teachers allowing students to watch the presidential inauguration during school hours later this week.
Alert employees last week prevented thousands of dollars from going out the door of the University of Illinois Community Credit Union.
After her service in the Air Force, Robin Vandiver decided she needed to do something for veterans who didn’t readjust to society as easily as she did.
Since 1988, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Advocacy for Justice Committee has awarded at the event more than 200 scholarships to local students attending Parkland College, the UI and historically black colleges and universities.
On Mondays, our award-winning photographers tell their stories. Today: photo editor John Dixon.
The termination process is often complicated by arbitration and appeals.
Just one drop of medicinal marijuana on an oyster cracker before bedtime gives a Champaign grandpa with multiple sclerosis sweet relief.
The choirmaster at Emmanuel Memorial Episcopal Church in Champaign and University of Illinois doctoral candidate in choral music recently chatted with staff writer Melissa Merli.