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It's Your Business: Developers firm up plans for apartment projects

And now, an update on a few student apartment projects coming to the Campustown area ...

— First off, Chris Saunders and Scott Cochrane have revised plans for their redevelopment of the Marquette School site.

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.

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.

Business listings, March 15, 2015

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

Celestial Cottage, P.O. Box 170, Savoy, by Thomas Buzinski and Rachel Ditmars, both of 2317 S. First St., Apt. 104, C.

For Marley's Hair, 2411 Prairie Green Drive, Apt. G, U, by Talisha Kashai, same address.

Business listings, March 8, 2015

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

Bridge to Bridge Films, 201 W. Springfield Ave., Suite 212, C, by Lincoln Lee, 2611 E. California Ave., U.

Fire & Ice Heating & Cooling, P.O. Box 547, Fisher, by Katherine D. Van Schoyck, 103 E. Division St., Fisher.

It's Your Business: Piccadilly makes room for Asian Supermarket

CHAMPAIGN — The Piccadilly Beverage Shop on North Prospect Avenue has shrunk in size to make way for a new international grocery store next door.

Asian Supermarket is expected to open in late March or sometime in April.

It's owned by Guiping Lin, who also owns the B Spirits liquor store at 306 W. Main St., U, and the Prospect Piccadilly shop.

Individuals, organizations honored for innovation

URBANA — Cathy Singer's emphasis on both work and family was brought home at the annual Innovation Celebration event Tuesday.

It's Your Business: A Tatman returns to collision repair

The Tatman family is once again returning to the collision repair business in Champaign-Urbana.

This time it's Tim Tatman — Paul Tatman's son — who is opening an auto-body repair business in what was once an Aldi store on North Mattis Avenue in Champaign.

Business listings, March 1, 2015

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

Atomik Car Audio, 810 Dennison Drive, C, by Christopher D. Harlan, 506 S. Washington St., Farmer City.

Bloom Financial, 2919 Crossing Court, Suite 8, C, by Richard Bloom, 1906 Maynard Drive, C.

Climbing facility to open this spring

URBANA — Alex Bragg and Kris Schmarr plan to open an indoor climbing facility in Urbana this spring.

The facility, known as Urbana Boulders, will be located in a former auto repair building at 1502 N. Cunningham Ave. and will feature 14-foot climbing walls, Bragg said.