Though it will be lost in the heat of this November’s state and federal elections, Champaign City Council members — and anyone who wishes to become a Champaign City Council member — have an important date approaching. Read on for details on the April elections.
Could a proposed vacant buildings ordinance have prevented a fire Monday night? A city official says it's hard to say. Read on for details on the fire and the status of an ordinance to deal with unoccupied structures.
One of the owners of the land where the Metropolitan Building once stood on the southwest corner of Church and Neil streets said his group could be ready to move forward with a marketing plan for the site in about a month or so. Read on for details.
Officials will propose pricing for the Big Broadband high-speed Internet project. Find out how the proposed prices for the government-owned network compare with Champaign's private cable and Internet provider.
This week's ordinance isn't all that odd, but it is a great example of how two local governments can differ in how they govern. Read on to find out how the habits of residents can dictate what makes it in and out of municipal codes.
The city's Public Art League on Tuesday unveiled the finalists for their public art competition. These nine, chosen from a pool of 42 entries from around the country, could be on display in Champaign toward the end of August.
After the Hill Street parking deck saw its most users ever during the downtown music festival, a city official says regular use continues to grow at the $11.2 million garage. Read on to find out why and what officials hope to see in the future.
A debate over how to orient street parking at Wednesday's meeting of the city's Plan Commission left a question unanswered. Read on to find out why a Curtis Road developer is not happy with what the city is asking.