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Put a cutting board or something else flat in the bottom of your kitchen sink and turn on the faucet.
You should see a thin film of water in the rough circle that makes up the middle, a band of roiling, albeit miniature, rapids after that and finally a stretch where the puddle you've made flattens and flows with more or less even regularity.
DANVILLE – Most Danville hoteliers do a "wonderful" job of running safe, clean establishments, city and tourism officials said Friday.
But "severe" complaints about a couple of hotels and motels have prompted them to look into whether changes to city regulations are needed.
A new salon and art gallery in Urbana is taking care of more than paying customers.
H20 Full Service Salon at 109 N. Broadway Ave. is taking on service projects as well, and will host one Monday – providing facials, waxing and haircuts to homeless women being served by the Center for Women in Transition.
CHAMPAIGN – Pretty soon, Village at the Crossing is going to have a lot more of what its developers always wanted in a neighborhood shopping center.
Coming this spring to the 20-acre complex of stores, restaurants and offices at the corner of Windsor and Duncan roads are:
If you've grown tired of breezes coming from leaky windows or if the furnace is on its last legs, now might be a good time to think about replacing them.
From last month and continuing through Dec. 31, 2007, U.S residents who make energy-efficiency improvements to their homes could qualify for tax credits.
ST. JOSEPH – Short people may be able to sit a little longer, and laptop users may not have to hunch over as much, thanks to an invention by a St. Joseph man.
Ken Batty invented the Lap Leveler, a 6-inch-tall portable footstool. A Colorado-based company has agreed to produce it, and Batty plans to begin marketing it this month.
DANVILLE – Throughout the year, the David S. Palmer Arena plays host to hockey and skating, community events such as the Festival of Trees, private gatherings like birthday parties and an occasional live entertainment show.
Now, officials are reaching out to the public to determine what other activities could be brought to the tax-supported venue.
Two months after state laws restricting payday loans took effect, some loan stores in Illinois are shifting the way they do business, prompting concern among consumer advocates and state regulators.
Some lenders are now selling five- or six-month installment loans that carry annual precentage rates as high as 400 percent. The loans do not fall under new regulations, which apply to payday loans with terms of 120 days or less.
If you worry that an affordable funeral means a wooden box and a no-frills service, the folks at Impressive Affordable Funerals would like you to give them a call.
They can do better than that without breaking the bank, said Jeff Burch, president of the business that just opened offices in Champaign and Monticello.
TOLONO – Sue Hansen distinctly remembers looking at computers and not wanting anything to do with them.
The Unity Junior High social studies teacher went to college before the computer age, and said that before this year, whenever she had the opportunity to work on the machines, she passed.