Unlike the Chicago Cubs, the Champaign City Council remains relevant in September. Read on for details on what's going on inside the Champaign City Building this month.
Now more than a week into the petition circulation period, six potential city council candidates are collecting nomination signatures, but there's only one new name among the group. Read on for details.
Tolono and Mahomet residents will have to pay to use the Champaign Public Library, a service that right now is offered for free. Details here, and more to come later.
I reported Saturday that Mayor Jerry Schweighart could have a challenger in the April 2011 election: northwest Champaign resident Charles Mingee. Read on for more details on the challenger and why he wants to be mayor.
With White Street just west of Second Street over the Boneyard Creek reopening this week, motorists will have a panoramic view of the continuing work to improve drainage along the waterway.
City council members Tuesday night reiterated that officials are continuing to move forward with the six initiatives developed in the months following the October 2009 fatal police shooting of 15-year-old Kiwane Carrington.
A few things worth blogging today, so try to stay with me as you read through this random set of facts. I'll try to help you along with subheads.
Total permit sales in Campustown have decreased during the past several years for several reasons. The numbers show 25 percent fewer cars were parked in Campustown last year compared to four years ago.
Read on for details on notable road closures and reopenings in Champaign.