SARAH SKIDMORE SELL, AP Personal Finance Writer
No car? No problem for ride sharing companies like Uber and Lyft.
By Kathy Sweedler
Did you buy a car or truck in the past year? Twenty-four percent of adults surveyed did, according to the latest Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households. We tend to buy a lot of cars over our lifetimes.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — U.S. officials have declared a Springfield block with ties to a landmark 1908 race riot historically significant, removing it from consideration as a route for upgraded rail traffic.
URBANA — Bill Volk, the managing director at the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District for 40 years until 2014, will be inducted in the American Public Transportation Association Awards Hall of Fame in September.
The APTA hall of fame, located in Washington, began in 1983 and includes about 125 individuals.
DANVILLE — Medix Ambulance will become part of Carle-owned Arrow Ambulance Aug. 1, pending final approval of the sale.
The family-owned Danville ambulance service will join Arrow through an asset purchase agreement, according to Carle.
CHAMPAIGN — Parents are just as guilty of texting and driving as their kids, mother and Parkland College student Sarah Harden confesses.
But after sitting through the "It Can Wait" texting and driving simulator at the school Tuesday, there's at least one less adult in the world who will get distracted behind the wheel.
CHAMPAIGN — One week after giving the first drink-while-you-ride cruises around Champaign, Slow Ride Pedal Tours owner Steve Bloomstrand was already booking into October.