URBANA – Therese Catanach hopes to get a tax credit of about $6,500 as a result of buying a home last month on East Park Street in Urbana.
The doctoral student at the University of Illinois moved to town from College Station, Texas, and decided she didn't want to rent any more.
DANVILLE – Applications are being accepted for the associate judge position that will be vacated in Vermilion County Circuit Court later this month by retiring Judge James Borbely.
URBANA – Sharp declines in tax revenue, particularly in sales and income taxes, will require a $2.4 million cut in general fund spending for Champaign County next year.
CHICAGO — A former University Laboratory High School assistant track coach convicted two years ago of a sex crime involving a student wants the governor to let him come back to Illinois.
URBANA — A Charleston man who pleaded guilty earlier this year to possessing child pornography has been sentenced to prison.
URBANA – A Champaign County Board committee has endorsed one major change in county board operations and agreed to hold public hearings on another one.
URBANA – An employee of the Champaign County Nursing Home accused last spring of hitting a resident is expected to be back on the job Monday.
Nursing home Administrator Andrew Buffenbarger said Sharoia Hill, 29, of Danville, had been on paid administrative leave since April 8. She was charged with aggravated battery the next day, accused of striking an Alzheimer's resident in the face while she worked as a certified nursing assistant in the Alzheimer's unit.
On Friday, Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District services will be rerouted to accommodate the University of Illinois 2009 Homecoming Parade.
MTD services will be rerouted beginning about 5:45 p.m. and will continue until the parade has ended, which should be about 7:30 p.m. The parade is scheduled to start at 6 p.m.
CHAMPAIGN – We all know the impediments to exercise – you don't have time, you hate yourself in workout clothes, there's no one to watch the kids, etc.
URBANA – An Urbana man who admitted he had been drinking before running over a bicyclist who fell into traffic faces up to a year in the county jail.
Herman M. Wilson, 49, of the 1800 block of Summit Drive, pleaded guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor driving under the influence before Champaign County Judge Jeff Ford. Ford set sentencing for Nov. 9.