The mayor of Urbana said she's happy to see the end of barbed wire fencing around a creek near the central part of city.
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Friday morning to celebrate the completion of the Boneyard Creek Improvements Project.
Mayor Laurel Prussing said the area looks much different now than when the project began about two years ago.
DAVID ESPO, Associated Press
DINA CAPPIELLO, Associated Press
IVESDALE — The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency has accepted Ivesdale's proposal to manually flush its fire hydrants to address a problem with levels of trihalomethanes (TTHMs) exceeding state standards.
In a recent column on the University of Illinois' progress toward goals articulated in its Climate Action Plan, I noted that Ben McCall, the associate director of the Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and Environment, had called special attention to the role of a team at Fac
CHAMPAIGN — A city engineer says Champaign does not agree with the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, which holds it partially responsible for alleged stormwater release violations at a construction site in the southern part of the city.
The city council will vote tonight on a compliance agreement with the EPA over the alleged violations.
BROADLANDS — The Heritage school board turned down a request by the Illinois Department Natural Resources to hold a meeting regarding the proposed Bulldog Coal mine at Homer Elementary School.
In the last week of October 1984, a man named Lance Cantrall captured an adult alligator snapping turtle on a bank of Clear Creek, a small tributary of the Mississippi River in far southwestern Illinois.
MONTICELLO — The 4-H Memorial Camp at Allerton Park has received a $40,000 grant to make sure there aren't any more large fish kills in its lake.
The grant comes from the Illinois EPA's Priority Lake and Watershed and Implementation Program, and will enable the 4-H Camp to install an aeration system in the 16-acre lake.