Engineering students at the University of Illinois are working with Chicago business students to develop ideas that could lead to new tech startups as part of a new pilot program between Illinois and the University of Chicago.
DANVILLE — It's dirty, hot, sweaty, back-breaking work where you check your brain at the door.
That's Judd Peck's description of the old-school perception of manufacturing that companies like his — Danville Metal Stamping — battle to dispel, especially when trying to find qualified workers.
Two new headphones fill your ears with the splendid fidelity of full-range music while reducing, and in one case nearly eliminating, background distractions.
CHAMPAIGN — A marketing campaign to persuade prospective employees to move to Champaign-Urbana could get underway in a few months if backers can find a way to cover the $100,000 cost.
Genealogists worldwide visit FamilySearch (familysearch.org) to obtain free data on their families. There is an easy way to access Illinois collections with only a few clicks.
Click on "Search" at the top of the homepage.
Scroll down and click on "Browse all published collections."
Under "place" (on the left side), click on "United States."
CHAMPAIGN — Add another broadband coalition to Champaign-Urbana's curriculum vitae: The mayors of the two cities say joining a group of "Next Century Cities" will keep them on the cutting edge of fiber Internet.
By John Dixon/News-Gazette photo editor
About six months ago. The News-Gazette purchased a quadcopter, aka drone or UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), to use as an additional tool for the photographers at the newspaper to capture news and life in central Illinois.
After months of preparation, the Dancing Dog is nearly ready to perform.
The Dancing Dog Eatery & Juicery, billed as the area's first all-vegan restaurant, plans to open Monday, Oct. 20, in downtown Urbana, according to Brian Behrns, who owns the restaurant with his wife, Linda Lehovec.
CatchYourCareer.com is a website established by community, business and education leaders in East Central Illinois who want to make sure the skills of area workers meet the needs of area manufacturers. The region includes six community college districts.
At CatchYourCareer.com ...
1. You can figure out which careers are right for you.