Listed are permits for all commercial and industrial work, all new single-family and multifamily residences and all residential remodeling over $50,000.
Permits are listed by applicant, description, site and cost.
Sun Structures Design, addition to single-family home at 1112 W. Kirby Ave., $55,500.
On Sundays, staff writer Paul Wood spotlights a high-tech difference maker. This week, meet Andrew Singer, 48, a University of Illinois professor who guides budding entrepreneurs as director of the Technology Entrepreneur Center and has his own projects, including being CEO at OceanComm, Inc.
Editor's note: A portion of this story appeared exclusively online on Friday. This is the complete version, which appears in today's newspaper.
CHAMPAIGN — Cruising around the nearly full parking lots circling south Champaign's newest restaurants, it's easy to imagine there must be some powerful lunchtime hankering around here for burritos, burgers and wood-fired pizza.
These applications for assumed business names were filed recently with the Champaign County clerk's office:
CBPB Popcorn Shop, 22 E. Springfield Ave., C, Isis Griffin and Alven Alloson, 6 Southwood Court, C.
Law Office of Pamela J. Burnside, 1606 Willow View Road, Suite 2B, U, Pamela Burnside, 1708 Garden Hills Drive, C.
A new gym exclusively for people with Parkinson's disease has opened on Champaign's north side.
Owner Lora Mock has opened Rock Steady Boxing Champaign, a fitness and training gym, at 2110 N. Market St.
The gym provides facilities and training to allow people with Parkinson's to practice boxing skills to aid with their conditioning.
CHAMPAIGN — The location that will soon house Papa Del's remains a construction zone: Mounds of dirt, wooden planks and construction equipment surround the old Coca-Cola Bottling Co. building at 1201 S. Neil St.
Q: In a court case, how does one side end up liable for the other side's attorney fees? If I sue and win, does the other side have to pay my attorney fees?
A: You can't just make the loser pay. It takes a contract or a law to make the other side liable for your attorney fees.
CHAMPAIGN — The bad news: Year-over-year home sales in November were down in the Champaign County area.
The good: The median price of those homes was up.
Numbers of note from the Champaign County Association of Realtors' November report:
Business is booming on South Neil in Champaign thanks in part to construction at Carriage Center. Staff writer Deb Pressey analyzes the growth on A-1 Sunday. An excerpt: