CHAMPAIGN — EnterpriseWorks — the business incubator in the University of Illinois Research Park — has been selected as one of "10 Startup Incubators You Need to Watch" by Inc.com.
The selection is all the more remarkable because EnterpriseWorks is the only pure university incubator — and the only incubator in the Midwest — to make the list.
Two more options for beating the heat this week are available in Danville and Champaign.
The Salvation Army in Danville has opened a cooling station for anyone needing to get out of the heat.
CHAMPAIGN — The city council on Tuesday night gave preliminary support to an agreement that allows Comcast to operate its lines and other facilities on public property for the next 10 years.
CHAMPAIGN — The inventor of the omnipresent LED is excited about a newer invention that could take decades to fully exploit.
The Big Ten Network is about to show a documentary about University of Illinois Professor Nick Holonyak Jr. and his invention of the light emitting diode a half-century ago.
Sarah Zehr had two weeks between jobs when she moved back to Champaign-Urbana several years ago, so she decided to do some volunteer work.
Her charitable intent didn't pan out. The logistics proved too daunting and the timetable too short.
CHAMPAIGN — More than two years after launching the Illinois Green Business Association, the three young entrepreneurs behind the group are charging ahead with their plans to combat "greenwashing" and promote sustainable business practices throughout the state.
A University of Illinois instructor will be tweeting live from the final shuttle flight.
Joanne Manaster is one of 150 selected — out of 5,500 who applied — to attend the last shuttle launch today as part of the NASA tweetup, where Twitter users congregate online.
DANVILLE — Vermilion County's newly-formed wind turbine regulatory committee unanimously recommended Wednesday granting the county's first-ever permit to Chicago-based Invenergy for a 140-turbine wind farm.
Several residents spoke during the public comment portion of the meeting, some in favor of the project and some against.
CHAMPAIGN — The city council this week likely will reject bids for the city's portion of the Big Broadband construction project, after the lowest bidder's prices came in $1.7 million above an engineer's estimate.