Politics and Government
GREGORY KATZ, Associated Press
JAMEY KEATEN, Associated Press
CALVIN WOODWARD, Associated Press
CHRISTOPER S. RUGABER, Associated Press
GIBSON CITY — The council's street and alley committee discussed adding several stop signs to Gibson City intersections.
Under consideration are intersections at 12th and Melvin, Wood and Guthrie, 11th and Melvin, Wood and Guthrie, 6th and Guthrie, 5th and Melvin and 5th and State.
While the state budget impasse is forcing cuts at Lutheran Social Services of Illinois, the largest statewide provider of social services, the Champaign office is not among affected centers.
DANVILLE — Dick Van Dyke may return to his hometown in the late spring or early summer for an event connected with the restoration of his childhood home and the launch of a local foundation for the performing arts.
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Nov. 20, 2015
A big payday for MIKE THOMAS, who got his $2.5 million payout from Illinois just 11 days after being forced out as athletic director on Nov. 9.
TOLONO — The village board is postponing plans to demolish a former fire station while it studies an objection from the president of the Tolono Historical Society.
CHAMPAIGN — Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District board members voted Thursday to approve a lease agreement for a 3-acre property near the district's bus garage in Urbana that will be used for driver training.