Monday, Jan. 21
These applications for assumed business names were recently filed at the Champaign County clerk's office:
Alpha Dog Entertainment, 1629 County Road 3500 N, Ludlow, by Justin Penrod, same address.
Error Records, 702 S. Neil St., C, by Nathan Landolt, 107 S. Birch St., U.
Healing Exchange, 206 N. Randolph St., Suite 501, C, by Christen Gunning, 806 Sedgegrass Drive, C.
Listed are recent permits for all commercial and industrial work, all new single-family and multifamily residences and all residential remodeling over $50,000.
Permits are listed by applicant, location, description of work and estimated cost.
MSA Professional Services, new four-unit multi-family residence at 2717-2723 Madelynn Drive, $500,000.
CHAMPAIGN — Reliable Mechanical Co. plans to move to Champaign's Interstate Research Park this spring, company President Mike Meislahn said Tuesday.
The company, currently at 109 W. Curtis Road, Savoy, is in the process of building a 21,500-square-foot office and warehouse at 1411 W. Interstate Drive, Meislahn said.
Listed are recent permits for all commercial and industrial work, all new single-family and multifamily residences and all residential remodeling over $50,000. Permits are listed by applicant, location, description of work and estimated cost.
Broeren Russo Construction, new warehouse/office for Reliable Mechanical at 1411 Interstate Drive, $1,150,000.
CompleteCare offers three pharmacists. Bruce Strike, Rick Ingram and Jo Lynne Clauson are pharmacists at the new CompleteCare Pharmacy that opened at 14 E. Washington St. in downtown Champaign.
URBANA — The effort to use local currency to promote local business continues to grow, with more than 60 Champaign-Urbana merchants agreeing to accept UC Smiles.
That's up from the 40 merchants who agreed to use the currency when it was unveiled in October.
URBANA — Supervalu's distribution centers in Champaign-Urbana will continue to be part of the company, but Supervalu itself will be overhauled as a result of massive changes announced Thursday.
The Minneapolis-based grocery retailer and wholesaler has agreed to sell Jewel-Osco and four other retail chains to an investor group led by Cerberus Capital Management for $3.3 billion.
Thursday, Jan. 10