IVESDALE — The village's drinking water has levels of trihalomethanes (TTHMs) that exceed state standards, according to village engineer Tom Overmyer.
The Illinois Environmental Protection Agence sent a letter notifying the village last month. The village then sent notices to customers in their water bills.
DANVILLE — Vermilion County officials don't plan to consider a moratorium on applications for wind-farm permits while a committee reviews rules regulating wind turbines.
CHAMPAIGN — The East Central Illinois Master Naturalists and University of Illinois Extension will host a free screening of "Plight of the Monarch" at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the auditorium at 801 N. Country Fair Drive, C.
URBANA — A planned countywide residential electronics collection event scheduled for Oct. 11 at Parkland College has been canceled.
Com 2 Recycling, the Carol Stream-based contractor for the event, asked to opt out of its agreement with Champaign County, according to a memo to county board members.
I hope your calendar for early fall isn't already full, because there are some really promising public events coming up, both on the UI campus and off.
Start Monday, 4 p.m., at the Alice B. Campbell Alumni Center with a free public talk by Dr. Meg Lowman, "Out on a Limb — the (Mid)Adventures of a Woman in Science."
An appeal over what types of waste can be dumped at the Clinton Landfill will move forward.
HOMER — Opponents of a proposed underground coal mine southeast of Homer are holding an informational meeting Wednesday night (Sept. 3) to discuss concerns with Sunrise Coal's development plans and the state's mine permitting process.
CHAMPAIGN — A portion of a park on the University of Illinois campus could be temporarily dug up for the construction of a force main for a planned upgrade of sanitary-sewer facilities in the area.
The clock is now ticking on an appeal filed by the owners of the Clinton Landfill over a recent state decision that limits what kind of waste can be dumped at the site.
The Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District said it hopes to save thousands of dollars in energy costs through a recently-completed project of installing solar panels at the district's maintenance facility.
The installation of about 1,200 panels on the roof of the structure began last November.