SAVOY — Michael Ruffatto thought the COVID-19 pandemic would end quickly.
“Throughout all these changes, my one goal is to create systems that were sustainable and effective for the future,” said Daily Illini Editor-in-Chief Diana Anghel. “For a long time, it felt like we were at a forefront of a battle, and we did not have enough weapons to be fighting in that battle.”
With regard to private employers, President Biden recently announced that such employers with more than 100 employees will be mandated to require their employees get vaccinated against COVID-19.
What is the Great American Beer Festival — and did C-U have a role?
"I do a lot of fertility and acupuncture, so I would say when we have a patient who has been trying for years to get pregnant come in and finally has the amazing news, that’s a pretty great feeling."
“Acquiring Weiskamp allows us to become a major production facility for screenprint and embroidery,” Lance Dixon said of the mostly clothing-related end of the business.
Topics include the number of UI students actually on campus this fall, Broadway shows at the SFC, more fast food in Campustown, labor shortages affect UI football games, construction on University Avenue, another movie starlet from central Illinois and the unusual color of Urbana fire trucks.
Historically, we had a dairy until the ‘50s, hogs until the ‘60s and cattle until the ‘70s. We are currently a grain operation — one-third corn, one-third soybeans and one-third CRP/pollinator habitat.
Constructive eviction is where there is a serious and substantial act done by a landlord with the intent to deprive the tenant of the rightful enjoyment of the premises.
My business role models are ... 'the former owners of the salon I purchased. Many business practices I agreed with, so I adopted them. They never left my side after purchase. Now it has been three years and I rarely need to call them for day-to-day operations but I know if I ever need them, they will be there.'
The measure that aims to bring Illinois’ energy-generation sector to 100 percent carbon-free by 2050 and 50 percent renewable by 2040 will still need approval from the Senate, which planned to caucus Friday to discuss before a Monday return.
Welcome to one of the first demonstration days for Parkland College’s construction trades program; a year-long primer showing the tools and tricks of a common trades path for interested high school students.
Busey Bank will close two of its Champaign County branch facilities — one in Campustown at 614 S. Sixth St., C. and one in St. Joseph — on Nov. 19.
“It’s fun for the members to get out and show the public kind of what we do,” the Iron Workers' Charles Black said. “It keeps our perception to the public positive, showing them that we work hard every day."
The UI campus’ new flagship dining hall seats up to 1,385 eaters at its nine themed “micro-restaurants” — from demonstration kitchen Table 1867 (named for the year the university was founded) to the eastern hemisphere appeal of Fusion 48 (the same number of Asian countries in the United Nations).
My family has farmed this sesquicentennial farm since 1834 that was acquired through the Land Act of 1820. Samuel Gill of Bath County, Ky., rode horseback to Palestine Ill., to make the purchase, Pam Sigler said.
Gather Illinois, the large apartment and retail complex that’s been under construction at the southeast corner at Lincoln and University avenues, is now open.
Among the housing crises in this nation caused by forest fires and hurricanes is the continuing legal crisis of residential tenants greatly behind on rent from last year’s COVID-19-induced economic calamity.
The cycling enthusiast's business role model? "Jerry Ramshaw. I watched him begin his company with two houses and an old Jeep. He used to plow snow for extra income. He has lent me his ear throughout my career and was invaluable when I decided to start my business."