What's up with Castle Mall in Tuscola? Why no sidewalks to the east of Champaign Country Club? Where can I find a CPR class? Who comes up with halftime acts at Illini basketball games? And where can I score kingfisher gear?
At the former Schnucks Fuel Express at Main and Vine streets
The company said it plans to open the Champaign store mid-year.
He comes from a long line of farmers, and it looks like the line will continue. His great-grandparents, grandparents and parents, Siegfried and Irene Buhr, farmed the land before him.
Ag classes have become quite popular at Mahomet-Seymour. With good reason, Wherley said: “Agriculture is the largest industry in the United States.”
The last two-and-a-half years have created a significant opportunity for companies to reassess outdated working habits and bring in new long-term flexible strategies that are better for them, their employees and the planet. Thanks to global flexspace provided by IWG brands including Regus an…
With winter weather fading into the distance, farmers across the state are gearing up for another productive spring planting season. Once the frost melts and the soil temperatures rise, it will be time to hit the fields, but for many farmers, high prices for fertilizer, fuel and other critic…
Patrons would need to purchase a membership to access the consumption lounge and, as a safety measure, everyone must wait at least 30 minutes after consuming cannabis before leaving the premises.
Monday night’s setlists from legendary American rock groups Journey and Toto brought more than 7,000 fans, more than any musical performance in the arena since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Cloud9 will be Champaign-Urbana’s fourth cannabis dispensary, including one Sunnyside dispensary in Champaign and two NuEra locations in Champaign and Urbana.
Village Administrator Scott Eisenhauer said winds of more than 60 miles an hour made the walls come tumbling down like those of ancient Jericho.
Looks like the VeoRides are back in C-U. Which gets more use: the electric scooters or bikes?
Another location for Danville Gardens – but not a return to Champaign.
For Lincoln Square owner Jim Webster, the ideas pitched by consultants for the future use of his downtown Urbana mall are “all negative.”
“As patrons come in, they will give them a voucher for a discount. They hope people would then reciprocate the act of kindness,” said Wood N' Hog co-owner, Michael McDonald.
The DOE announced Friday that it’s investing $590 million over the next five years for its four Bioenergy Research Centers. More than $120 million will go to the UI-led CABBI.
The University of Illinois Center for Advanced Bioenergy and Bioproducts Innovation (CABBI) will receive more than $120 million from the Department of Energy through 2027 to continue researching ag-based energy alternatives.
Jersey Mike’s locations under various stages of development in Galesburg, Springfield and Forsyth
'It’s important that these folks are recognized and not forgotten,' said Brad Diel, memorial organizer and lieutenant for the Champaign Fire Department.
A month after installing a weapons detection system at its emergency department doors, Carle Foundation Hospital will be requiring visitors to all areas of the hospital to check in upon arrival and show an ID.
Champaign County is in dire need of election judges for the upcoming election April 4, County Clerk and Recorder Arron Ammons said.
Unemployment declined in January for all 14 of the state’s metropolitan areas, according to the Illinois Department of Employment Security and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Frank Wright presented the idea to the county board, thinking the county owned the 43-acre site. The property, however, is owned by the county fair organization.
'Knowing how they operate their stores and how they serve and support their communities, we just know it will be a great fit'
A new state law guaranteeing nearly all employees in the state some paid time off could wind up having a negative impact on workers, according to a University of Illinois labor and employment relations professor.
The initial phase of the facility will span 30,000 square feet, including a sports bar and steak house. Chief Operating Officer Jimmy Wilmot said the company hopes to expand.
Construction on the new location in the former Schnucks Fuel Express at Main and Vine streets is nearly completed.
The revocation of Clark and Glow bars' liquor license went before the state's liquor commission in December.
The U.S. Department of Transportation does not make bumping illegal for airlines, but does impose lots of rules to protect flyers in the event of overbooking.
The hardest thing about being a leader is … "that ultimately, no matter what, I am responsible for whatever happens in the businesses. Which means, in practice, everything from fixing the soda gun at 1 a.m., to making sure the bills are paid, to dealing fairly with random well-meaning but inebriated guests."
Listed are permits for all new single-family and multi-family residences as well as commercial and industrial work and residential remodeling costing over $25,000.Permits are listed by applicant, description, site and cost.