RANTOUL — IntelliWheels plans to take space soon in the Rantoul Business Incubator and operate an assembly, testing and storage facility there, company CEO Scott Daigle said.
"We'll also be keeping our main office in EnterpriseWorks," Daigle said, referring to the incubator in the University of Illinois Research Park in Champaign.
CHAMPAIGN — Champaign-based IntelliWheels has developed a product to make getting around in wheelchairs easier.
The product, known as the Easy Push, is expected to come on the market in January.
Easy Push is a set of wheels that can be retrofitted to any wheelchair.
CHAMPAIGN — How likely is it that aliens have visited Earth? Join University of Illinois physicist Kevin Pitts for a discussion of the possibilities in the next William M. Staerkel Planetarium "World of Science" lecture.
His presentation, "The Physics of UFOs," will be given at 7 p.m. Nov. 2 at the planetarium at Parkland College.
CHAMPAIGN — When Jim Rowland dressed as a green-faced witch with a hooked nose and protruding chin for a Halloween office party last year, he didn't wear a mask he'd purchased.
He created the horrifying visage himself, using two prosthetic devices that he glued onto his face and silicone rubber to hide the seams. He covered that with a ghoulish shade of Ben Nye creme makeup.
Spinlight in Spotlight: New Toys R Us tablet features local apps; products also catch eye of Barnes & Noble
CHAMPAIGN — When Toys R Us launched its Tabeo computer tablet for kids this month, it included three Web applications developed in Champaign.
The apps — "AlphaTots," "Operation Math" and "Swapsies" — were all developed by Champaign-based Spinlight Studio. They're among 50 apps preloaded on the Tabeo.
CHAMPAIGN — In an ideal world, you will be able to drive with ease toward Memorial Stadium on game day and grab an optimal spot for tailgating with few traffic glitches.
The reality is not always that case, and most major events like football games, marathons and concerts cause traffic headaches in big and small cities across the globe.
ST. JOSEPH — The high school will begin broadcasting school events in the near future.
St. Joseph-Ogden agreed to enter into a contract with PlayOn! Sports, which provides individual schools with an education-based broadcasting program that enables students and faculty to capture, edit and publish original content.
Readers wonder why certain channels appear on satellite or cable, but not all of their favorites. For example, WICD now is carried by DISH, but a reader wanted to know, why not DirecTV? Or that Mediacom doesn't carry Fox Sports Midwest, which covers the St. Louis Cardinals.
CHAMPAIGN — Energy-conscious consumers who've made the switch to fluorescent replacement bulbs may be swapping them out for a more efficient lighting system in a few years.
CHAMPAIGN — An LED Art Exhibition featuring work by artist Emil Schult will take plce all day Thursday at the iHotel and Conference Center, 1900 S. First St., C.