Politics and Government
DANVILLE - Danville aldermen decided Tuesday night to give a financial break to the out-of-town vendors that supply video-gaming terminals by canceling the fees that would have been charged in the city's local licensing process.
URBANA – The Urbana school district Tuesday approved an agreement with the Illinois State Board of Education for its international exchange program that allows school districts to hire teachers from Spain.
DANVILLE — Danville school board incumbent Dan Brown said he pushed to eliminate a policy ending an early retirement incentive for non-union district employees, which gave them a 6 percent salary increase each year in the last three years of their career.
ROSSVILLE — Rossville-Alvin school officials are moving forward with plans to renovate the high school and move grade school operations there next school year.
Board members approved a resolution of intent to issue $1.15 million in bonds to help finance the repairs at a special meeting Monday.
DANVILLE — Veterans Affairs Illiana Health Care System is restricting visitors because six patients at the hospital have influenza symptoms, according to a news release the facility sent Monday.
Although cases of flu and flu-like symptoms are on the decline across Illinois, according to weekly reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the VA is not taking chances.
By Kathy Sweedler/University of Illinois Extension
DANVILLE — Voters have another chance to meet candidates for Danville school board and hear their stance on the issues.
A third and final candidates' forum will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. today (Tuesday, April 2) at the Jackson Building, 516 N. Jackson St., Danville.
GEORGETOWN — City council members approved a three-year contract on Monday for fireworks displays during Independence Day celebrations.
Ciy officials voted to continue to use DCV Imports of Lincoln as the fireworks contractor for the city celebrations.
URBANA — Monday’s public hearing scheduled for 6 p.m. at the Urbana Civic Center regarding the Champaign County Jail has been canceled.
Champaign County Administrator Deb Busey said that Dr. Alan Kalmanoff, director of the Institute for Law and Policy Planning, who was originally scheduled to speak at the hearing, was unable to make it to Champaign County from California.
URBANA — City officials will be working to rehabilitate Main Street through a portion of the city this year, and residents will be able to review the plans this week.