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SAVOY— Traffic will be reduced on Burwash Avenue in Savoy beginning Monday for pavement patching.
Lanes on Burwash will be narrowed between Dunlap Avenue and Regency Drive East beginning Monday while pavement is patched.
The work is scheduled to be completed on or before Oct. 12.
CHAMPAIGN — City officials are seeking grant money to add bike lanes and sidewalks on Windsor Road that will match a state project to revamp the bridge that carries the road over Interstate 57.
DANVILLE — Despite letters to city officials confirming that the Illinois Department of Transportation, the Federal Aviation Administration and Provena United Samaritans Medical Center are not opposed to AT&T's plans to build a 199-foot cellular tower 300 yards northwest of the hospital's helicopter landing pad, some Danville aldermen and residents still object, believing the tower poses a
CHAMPAIGN — Portions of Elm Street in Champaign will be closed to through traffic beginning today for sanitary sewer work.
Elm Street will be closed traffic between Healey and Green streets beginning at 7 a.m. while contractor Project Cross Construction upgrades the sanitary sewer.
GEORGETOWN — School officials heard Monday from a dozen audience members who are unhappy with elements of the district's new transportation plan.
A steam locomotive that went through East Central Illinois last week is scheduled to go back through the area on Tuesday and you can track the train online.
A historic steam engine will make its way through East Central Illinois today (Wednesday, Sept. 5) during a trek across the eastern United States.
DANVILLE — Mitch Lankford rides his bicycle to work on average about three days a week, and lately, four days now that temperatures are milder. He chooses to bike, partly because he likes the environmental benefits, saving the gas and getting the exercise.