In Saturday's newspaper, we're planning stories about Big Broadband signups and drug assistance for seniors.
In Friday's News-Gazette, we'll look at the effects of prolonged heat and dryness, a Vermilion community college expansion and a shakeup coming for an area high school sports conference.
In Thursday's newspaper, we'll preview the July Fourth parade in C-U and next season's Krannert Center lineup, and we'll also unveil our All-Area Baseball team.
The Champaign County Freedom Celebration parade will have a new look this year as several large, inflated newcomers travel the parade route, Meg Dickinson writes.
In Wednesday's newspaper, we're planning stories on more state cuts to service providers, a new Champaign council member and our All-Area Softball Team.
In Friday's newspaper, we'll have a follow-up on the raid of an Urbana convenience store, a look at early voting plans in Champaign County and our All-Area Boys' Tennis team in Sports.
In Thursday's newspaper, we'll have stories about new lights at a Champaign park, trails less traveled, and our all-area soccer team.
In Wednesday's News-Gazette, we'll have stories about a UI labor dispute, a possible significant change for MTD passengers and a look at a top Illini track athlete.
In Sunday's paper, we're planning stories on a new communications system at the UI, a possible sale of the Vermilion County nursing home, and Illini football coach Tim Beckman's outreach to the public.
In Friday's newspaper, we'll have a reports from the state Legislature and the UI trustees meeting as well as coverage of Illini golf.
In Thursday's News-Gazette, we're planning stories about the continuing MTD wars, another applicant for the Champaign council and a tour of an Egyptian exhibit in E3 magazine.
The list of people interested in a vacancy on the Champaign City Council keeps on growing, Patrick Wade reports. There are now five candidates hoping to succeed Kyle Harrison, who has resigned effective June 15.