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Business listings, March 22, 2015

These applications for assumed business names were filed recently at the Champaign County clerk's office:

Fresh Ingredients, 1001 Killarney St., U, by Dominisha Sayles, 4061/2 E. Eureka St., C.

Gray's Cleaning Service, 1615 Sangamon Drive, C, by Earl Gray, same address.

Helping Hearts Bowtique, 612 E. Grove Ave., Rantoul, by Haley Fuller, same address.

Postwar firm grew into worldwide supplier

DANVILLE — After World War II, Jacob Stahl Beck was going home to the family farm in Pennsylvania and the Chef Boyardee spaghetti factory where he worked before joining the Army.

90 restaurant complaints filed in six months

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Common Ground plans will change building around

CHAMPAIGN — Folks will likely get a new perspective of a familiar downtown Champaign building once Common Ground Food Co-Op moves in.

The food co-op, which already has a store at Urbana's Lincoln Square, plans to open a second location on the west side of the former Sullivan Chevrolet building.

Sunday sneak peek: Fat City racing clock

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Common Ground considered several locations

CHAMPAIGN — Common Ground Food Co-Op considered spaces in south Champaign, west Champaign — and even other spaces downtown — before deciding on the former Sullivan Chevrolet building.

Updated: Food co-op to bring jobs, local foods to downtown Champaign

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CHAMPAIGN — Common Ground Food Co-Op hopes to open a new store in downtown Champaign in early 2016, the cooperative announced Thursday.

Updated: Recalled mac & cheese was made at Champaign plant

CHAMPAIGN — Kraft Foods is trying to determine how small pieces of metal got into some boxes of original-flavor Kraft Macaroni & Cheese at the Champaign plant where it's made.

Judge: Tatman must change business name

CHAMPAIGN — Tim Tatman will have to find another name for his new collision repair business, a Champaign County judge ruled Tuesday.

Rating service revises Midland States back to top rating

CHAMPAIGN — Midland States Bank has been restored to 5-star ("superior") status by the BauerFinancial bank rating service following the receipt of new information from the bank.