Pure Being, a new center for healing and growth at 1210 E. Main St., U, will hold an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
What’s the status on the Carle facility coming to Danville?
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.
'Very early, our thinking was that things would be back to normal by July. But as time went on, we began to wonder if we would be able to open at all.'
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.
If he can get some equipment back up and running, owner hopes to be able to reopen his drive-thru to sell ice cream — and keep his employees working — in a couple of weeks.
It was a bit like old times in Campustown this week as University of Illinois students were moving in and state COVID-19 mitigation restrictions on businesses were still lifted.
Roxanne Street opened a gift shop in Rantoul a year ago with the goal of making it a fun place to be at a time people need more fun and laughter in their lives.
"Unfortunately, the synthetic ethanol market has been deteriorating for some time and these declining market conditions make operating this business long-term financially unviable,” Megan Borchers said of the closure of Equistar Chemicals.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker noted the state also approved another $9 million investment in the Community Navigator program, helping to connect “underserved businesses” with the resources available.
The track will encompass an estimated 420 to 450 acres — 238 acres of which would be provided by the village.
A new bar with a theme catering to dog lovers, Six Hound Saloon, will open in Champaign later this year or early next year.
The Illinois Farm Bureau is looking forward to more trade opportunities with the United Kingdom — a trade partner already “integral” to the state’s ag community.
Swanson began installing roofs for general contractors building homes in the mid-1990s. In 1996, Swanson started the company and is celebrating 25 years in business this year.
The Target store at 2102 N. Prospect Ave., C, is set for some additional improvements, this time focusing on the front end of the store.
For a decade, the area’s soccer crowd — young and old — flocked to Soccer Planet, an open-at-all-hours indoor facility that took weather out of the equation. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Allen Strong has been in the local restaurant business for more than four decades and says he’s never seen anything like the difficulty he’s having hiring right now.
A report from the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability showed base receipts to the General Revenue Fund jumped nearly $6.8 billion, or 17.8%, during the fiscal year.
MONTICELLO — With four requests recently approved, the Monticello Building Improvement Grant Program is accomplishing what city officials hoped: spurring necessary repairs and upgrades in the historic buildings downtown.
Village Administrator Scott Eisenhauer said the meeting will begin the introductory phase to gain the community’s perspective on what residents would like to see, “ideas they might have, any suggestions they would like to see incorporated into the plan.”
New life for an old school building in Champaign, concern about dead and dying birds in Indiana but not Illinois, no zoo for C-U, wind farm doing fine, stoplights on Curtis Road, a water leak in south Champaign, an unusually wet June and no to traffic cameras in Campustown.