DANVILLE — The Vermilion County Relay For Life for Cancer will take to the track again this year at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Team members will keep at least one person on the track at Ellsworth Park until closing ceremonies at 6 a.m. Sunday. Registration at the park, which is just off U.S. 150/Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, on the west side of Danville, opens at 4:15 p.m.
CHAMPAIGN -- Every month, it seems as though somebody newly diagnosed with diabetes walks into pharmacist Andy Hudson's drugstore with a prescription.
And people often tell him they were surprised to find out their blood glucose levels were that high, Hudson says.
CHAMPAIGN – Two agencies that treat patients with mental illness and substance abuse in Champaign County are considering a merger.
URBANA – Tiny Greens farm of Urbana has expanded its recall of alfalfa sprouts because of their potential to be contaminated with salmonella.
URBANA – The owner of an Urbana sprouts farm linked to a multi-state salmonella outbreak said he was cooperating with state and federal investigators on finding the source of the contamination.
"We're trying to see if we can get to the bottom of this," said Bill Bagby Jr., owner of Tiny Greens Farms of rural Urbana.
CHARLESTON – Women undergoing cancer treatments often feel they don't look their best, but cosmetologists willing to volunteer some time can help give them a confidence boost.
The owner of Jimmy John's sandwich shops has asked its Illinois stores to pull alfalfa sprouts from its menu following an investigation into a salmonella outbreak.
The state health department is continuing its investigation into a salmonella outbreak reported in several counties in Illinois, including Champaign.