CATLIN — School officials honorably dismissed three teachers for economic reasons this week.
One full-time special education teacher and one half-time special education teacher at Catlin High School were dismissed, as was one kindergarten teacher.
CHAMPAIGN — The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute will move to downtown Champaign this summer after eight years on campus.
URBANA — After a year of study, the first new college at the University of Illinois' flagship campus in almost 60 years is now official.
And the new Carle-Illinois College of Medicine already has its own website — medicine.illinois.edu — and slogan, "New College. New Medicine."
URBANA — After almost 40 years at the University of Illinois, Bob Easter can start counting the time until retirement — his second retirement — in weeks instead of months.
On May 17, after presiding over one last graduation ceremony, the UI president will pass the torch to President-elect Timothy Killeen.
MONTICELLO — After evaluating six possible sites, school district architects believe land near the Apple Tree subdivision may be the best spot for a new Monticello High School.
URBANA — With trustee approval expected today, the University of Illinois will be on a "fast march" toward opening a new College of Medicine in Urbana by the fall 2017 target, officials say.
RESOLUTION CONCERNING COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ON THE URBANA-CHAMPAIGN CAMPUS
Resolution concerning College of Medicine on the Urbana-Champaign Campus Funding: Carle Health System in Partnership with the Urbana campus
TODAY'S ONLINE QUESTION: Both the Champaign school and park boards seem confident they can get IDNR land-use restrictions lifted at Dodds Park, paving the way for a new Central HS to be built there. Is their confidence justified?
URBANA — After a year of study, a proposal for a new engineering-focused medical school in Urbana could get a green light from top university administrators today.