CHAMPAIGN — Yori Q, a Korean grill and bar, will be the successor to Kamakura restaurant at 715 S. Neil St., C.
The restaurant, which could open as soon as late this week, is an enterprise of Danny Oh, who already has launched several restaurant concepts in West Lafayette, Ind.
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.
Whittenberg Construction Co., new multifamily residence (Latitude Building A) at 608 E. University Ave., $21,242,015.
A-Plus VIP Lounge in downtown Urbana plans to open a karaoke club and cafe on the second floor of its building, owner Di Yu said last week.
Remodeling work has been going on this summer, and Yu said he hopes the rooms will be ready when University of Illinois students return in August.
URBANA — Cafe Zojo, a coffee shop that has been a fixture of The Pines shopping center since 2012, plans to close on or by next Sunday.
Patrons say they'll be sorry to see it go.
PAXTON — The doubling in size of a swine facility northwest of Gibson City will be the focus of an informational meeting Monday evening.
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URBANA — The University of Illinois flash index has fallen for a second straight month after hitting a fiscal-year high of 107.1 in April.
The index, which measures the Illinois economy, dropped to 106.4 in June, down from 106.5 in May, according to the UI's Institute of Government and Public Affairs.
URBANA — There's soon going to be more movement in downtown Urbana — quick movement involving plenty of kicks and spins.
The Capoeira Angola Center of Mestre Joao Grande — an academy that teaches the Brazilian martial art of capoeira (pronounced CAP-oo-AIR-uh) — plans to relocate to 122 W. Main St. — a second-floor space above Mirabelle Fine Pastries — in August.