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URBANA - After her daughter was born last fall, Madeleine Super began looking at options for child care.
Gov. Rod Blagojevich fired another 28 state workers to whom Gov. Ryan gave jobs before leaving office earlier this month.
URBANA - The Urbana City Council appears ready to join a growing number of municipalities that have passed resolutions opposing a war against Iraq.
RANTOUL - A proposed animal control ordinance would crack down on animal cruelty (including cockfighting), allow police to put vicious animals to sleep, require pet owners to pick up after their animals, and simplify the payment of fines.
CHAMPAIGN - For the first time in five years, there was a slight increase in the overall crime rate for Champaign, but officials say the number of crimes are still well below what they were.
CHAMPAIGN - Candidates for Champaign school board seats in April's election say the issues at stake have sparked a lot of interest in the races.
URBANA - A school health center that would provide on-site medical care for Urbana students could be in place as early as next fall.
Differences at the signaling junctions in brains of schizophrenics may contribute to the severe mental disorder, University of Illinois researchers and colleagues in Russia have found.
Dollar Tree will open a store in Savoy next month, in front of the Wal-Mart Supercenter along U.S. 45.
CHAMPAIGN - The city of Champaign is trying to organize property owners and developers to advance a city plan to improve and redevelop several properties around Beardsley Park and the intersection of Market Street and Bradley Avenue.