How to start your day at the Illinois basketball camp? Here's what Paul Klee suggested in his recruiting chat Wednesday:
URBANA — The Carle Cancer Center has been cleared to begin enrolling patients in new clinical trials.
Carle spokeswoman Jennifer Hendricks said the National Cancer Institute lifted a restriction in March that had been in place since spring 2009.
The Lamon House at the northwest corner of Lincoln Park is receiving guests from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and noon to 4:30 p.m. Sunday.
Calling cards not necessary.
When the Lamon House is open to the public this weekend, visitors will have the opportunity to learn about 1800s wedding traditions.
FISHER – Fisher must produce a lot of news.
The 1,600-population community in northwestern Champaign County once again has two newspapers.
Julie Thomas of Fisher has started The Fisher View, a weekly publication.
URBANA – With only a week left as president of the University of Illinois, Stanley Ikenberry said Wednesday that he'll play a significant role in helping new President Michael J. Hogan cut costs as much as $60 million in three years.
CHAMPAIGN – Champaign police are asking for the public's help in finding a person who has been using a stolen credit card at area stores.
According to a Champaign police report, a woman reported losing her credit card at a gas station on North Prospect Avenue in Champaign about 10 p.m. May 8.
DANVILLE – The trouble with old houses is "it's always something," especially if the house was built in 1840.
The Lamon House, one of the earliest houses built in Danville, has sustained major damage from outside water pressure buckling a basement wall.
In the late 1800s, small-town newspapers were about as common as grocery stores. There would be several in town, coming and going as often as the seasons.
The number of small-town newspapers began to shrink in the latter half of the 20th century.
Yesterday News-Gazette writer, Mary Schenk, posted a story about the rescue of a dog from a car in Urbana earlier this week. The owner will have to appear in court and may face a $750 fine for an ordinance violation.
DANVILLE – The East Central Illinois Community Action Agency will offer information on H1N1 prevention methods to specifically reach out to the most vulnerable to infection – youth ages 10 to 19 and expectant mothers.