URBANA — An Urbana High School student who allegedly had cannabis for sale at school has been charged with a felony.
Champaign County State's Attorney Julia Rietz said Devontre Newbill, 18, who listed an address in the 1400 block of West Bradley Avenue, Urbana, was charged Wednesday with possession with intent to deliver cannabis.
CHAMPAIGN — Illinois, which hasn't made the NCAA women's basketball tournament since 2003, is hoping Matt Bollant can end the drought.
Wildly successful at Green Bay, Bollant was introduced as the Illini's eighth coach at a news conference this morning on campus.
CHAMPAIGN (AP) — A spokesman for the University of Ohio says administrators there are trying to find money to give the school’s basketball coach a raise and keep him in Ohio. Coach John Groce is said to be the top target for Illinois’ coaching job.
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CHARLESTON — Historian H.W. Brands will discuss "The Past, Present and Future of the Dollar" at Eastern Illinois University on Thursday evening.
Brands, who has written more than 25 books on U.S. history, will speak at 7:30 p.m. in the Lecture Hall of the Doudna Fine Arts Center.
CHAMPAIGN — Republican precinct committeemen tentatively are scheduled to meet April 12 to name a replacement candidate for Champaign County circuit court clerk.
URBANA — A Rantoul man who admitted having cocaine intended for sale at a home in Rantoul almost a year ago has been sentenced to nine years in prison.
John L. Jenkins, 46, who listed an address in the 400 block of South Steffler Street, pleaded guilty to having cocaine on May 12, 2011.
CHAMPAIGN — The University Group has agreed to acquire Barr Real Estate's apartments on and around the University of Illinois campus.
CHAMPAIGN — The "Blue Kids" will be back out in the local community, starting Thursday and Friday.
But local authorities hope the wooden, kid-shaped cutouts will do more than serve as silent witnesses of the victims of child abuse and neglect.
Real signs of suspected child abuse and neglect should be reported, so they can be investigated.
DANVILLE — Almost every day, Ed Hamilton stuffs a plastic bag or two in his back pocket and takes a 3-mile walk in his neighborhood, picking up trash he sees along the way.
CHAMPAIGN — Champaign developer Dan Hamelberg said he plans to move ahead with designs for a new apartment community along First Street, west of the Boneyard Basin.
Meanwhile, the owner of an adjacent auto body shop at the northeast corner of First Street and Springfield Avenue said he plans to tear it down and replace it with a new commercial building.