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Three new tenants are coming to the Savoy Square and City Place developments in Savoy this fall.
Ruth Hieser plans to open a home-decor consignment shop in the Savoy Square building at 411 Clarendon Court.
A new quick-serve restaurant and coffee shop, owned by Oscar and Aurora Ramirez, has debuted in north Champaign.
You can find Cafe Latino at 515 W. Town Center Blvd. in the shopping center across from Menards.
El Progreso Tienda Y Carniceria of Champaign has opened a second, larger location in Urbana.
Owners Claudia and Jose Sanchez opened the Champaign store, at 1001 Bloomington Road, in the spring of 2010.
The owner of Sliders Burgers & Belgian Fries is shooting for an opening in early August at 616 E. Green St. in Champaign's Campustown.
Now where are you going to buy your freshly made Derald's doughnuts?
You still can, my friend.
If you're a wing man or gal, you now have another local eatery to patronize.
Rich Minick, who owns Junior's Burgers & Custard, with his father Rick, has taken on a new partner, Jami McCall, and the two have opened Main Street Wingery in Mahomet.
A gas station and convenience store will be built at the former Alexander Lumber property just off Prospect Avenue in Champaign.
McDaniel/Meyer Properties bought the 3.7-acre site at 902 W. Bloomington Road for $1.7 million in the spring. In recent months, the site has been cleared to prepare for construction, which is slated to start in September.
The Champaign bakery Sweet Indulgence has taken over operations of The Daily Grind Coffee Shop in Mahomet.
"We're excited to be there. We thought it would be a good fit for Mahomet. And we wanted to see how a satellite store would do," said Missy Holste, owner of Sweet Indulgence.
After facing several challenges following its relocation to Champaign, the restaurant Blues BBQ reopens for lunch on Monday.
Blues BBQ, 1410 N. Prospect Ave., had been closed temporarily for dine-in, but remained open for catering.
The closing of the Blockbuster video store in Urbana earlier this spring has prompted another chain retailer to expand its presence in the area.
Family Video plans to reopen its Lincoln Avenue store near Fairview Avenue in Urbana.
Regional director Yvonne Chenault said it's aiming for a June 30 opening.