A University of Illinois student has a video camera pointed at the wreckage resulting from last week’s fire on Green Street, and it is rolling 24/7 for anyone to see.
I'll be live tweeting from the Champaign candidate forum tonight from the Champaign City Council chambers. I don't trust the WiFi in the council chambers, so I can't promise a live blog, but I'll have plenty of updates here: @patrick_wade.
The city is nearing the end of its 150th anniversary celebration, and the year-long program of events will end soon with the dedication of a time capsule to be opened in 2060 (the city's 200th anniversary). I thought it would be interesting to see what was on the minds of former or current elected officials.
If you can't make it to the mayoral debate tonight at the Champaign Public Library, no worries. I've got you covered.
The Champaign City Council unanimously approved 284 checks totaling $2,030,895.95 during its Tuesday night meeting.