'We have pretty much heard every day from an employer that they’re struggling to fill positions,' said Laura Weis, president of the Champaign County Chamber of Commerce.
In Tuscola, a show of community support
Did you have good intentions to do something with those photos marking special moments in your life, but never got around to it?
The UI mechanical engineering grad's favorite moment on the job? "Every time a homeowner says how our ventilation system has improved the health and lives of their family."
Got stress? The new Smash*It in Champaign can help you out.
Urbana Public Television is being honored once again — this time with two awards at the ninth annual Best of the Midwest Media Fest and Awards Show recognizing best community access TV programs in the Midwest.
The Urbana-based family medicine physician talks Ronald Reagan, walking beans, his one unbreakable rule of the workplace ("that the welfare of the patient is always of the greatest importance") and much more.
The unnamed complainant alleged that Rogue Barber Co. discriminated against a resident on the basis of sex, according to the city.
The association's chair blamed the pandemic, which canceled many of the UBA’s revenue generators, and a reduction in city funding.
Three weeks ago, Dan Church, one of the owners, donated a kidney to one of the other owners, his father-in-law, Greg Bugbee, and both are now doing fine
Despite this week’s snowy, chilly weather, spring has sprung and things are growing. And we’re not just talking, flowers, grass and butterflies.
Cameron Raab, one of the Champaign County Board’s newest members, has resigned, and a Champaign business owner is likely headed to take his place.
Kyle Robeson, who passed away Saturday at age 91, was larger than life in his personality, generosity, vision and devotion to his native Champaign County, say those who knew him.
The three-degree UI grad talks about Professor Lee Sentman's impact, his two Golden Retrievers, lessons learned while working at McDonald's and much more.
While the hotels in Rantoul are expected to benefit, they won’t be able to handle all the visitors expected. Hotels in Champaign-Urbana could see a nice boost in bookings.
'We’re going to be right down to the wire as far as preparing. We’re going to be functionally ready for our first tournament,' said Rantoul Family Sports Complex Director of Operations Ryan Reid.
Eighteen years ago, Jesus Garza started 3 Js Transmission in a two-bay garage with $500 in his pocket. It has since expanded and moved to East Main Street and is a thriving business.
If you could use a little more kindness in your life, Dorinda and Mike Prince have made that the theme of their brand new Arcola shop: D&M Fueling Station.
Sharing their do's and don't of interviewing for a job: the heads of Trader Joe's, Princeton University, Deloitte Global, Wendy's, Simon & Schuster, the Smithsonian Institution, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the St. Louis Cardinals, Hearst Newspapers, the Dallas Mavericks and more.
The 1971 Wisconsin grad talks about an encounter with a Nobel Prize winner, working for a Chicago butcher, his Uncle Irvine and much more in the 70th installment of our weekly chat with a local leader.