All Living Content
CHAMPAIGN — Trapped between two semitrailers, surrounded by flames and smoke, as diesel fuel spilled out and began to pool under his Pontiac G6, Mark Rogers shoved open his passenger side door, leapt out and rolled over in the grass to smother the flames on his body.
Then he went back.
CHAMPAIGN — More than 957,000 people in Illinois will be eligible for tax credits to help pay for health coverage next year, according to a national health care consumers organization.
Organizers of Mahomet's annual Spring Gardening Seminar learned an important lesson after last year's inaugural event: Although gardeners love to learn about their craft, they're also eager to get their hands dirty after the long winter.
By SANDRA MASON
The snow put our perennials "on ice," but soon green cone heads will punch through their protective mulch.
URBANA — It's out with Provena and in with Presence.
But that's just a name, says Mike Brown, the CEO of the two hospitals in Urbana and Danville that are now called Presence Covenant Medical Center and Presence United Samaritans Medical Center.
"That doesn't define who we are," he said.
Updated 4:05 p.m. Wednesday
CHAMPAIGN — Traffic has reopened in the 100 block of East Green Street in Champaign following a water main break.
Illinois American Water worked with the city of Champaign and Broeren Russo to reopen one lane of traffic in both the eastbound and westbound lanes. The street had been closed earlier on Wednesday.
By Hannah Pitstick/University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine
ATWOOD — Officially, the raffle of a semiautomatic rifle to benefit youth baseball in the Atwood-Hammond area hasn't even begun.
Unofficially, it's already raised a couple thousand dollars.
Historic buildings do not rise Phoenix-like from the ashes.
"Champaign-Urbana has lost a lot of its great historic buildings," University of Illinois architecture Professor Paul Kapp said. "Unfortunately, that seems to be true, in fact, all over the Midwest."
Urbana has lost many treasures by its most famous Urbana architect, Joseph Royer.
Royer designed Urbana High School, the Champaign County Courthouse, the Urbana Free Library, the Traction Building in Champaign, Leal School and many private residences.