Listed are permits for all new single-family and multifamily residences as well as commercial and industrial work and residential remodeling costing over $25,000.
These applications for assumed business names were filed with the Champaign County clerk’s office:
When he’s not at the bar known for its famous fried fish Fridays and catchy motto (“Food, Drink, Sports and ROCK!”), Grassman can usually be found onstage playing the guitar, drums, harmonica, mandolin, keyboards or kazoo with any of the three bands he’s a member of.
Janet Bubin: 'I really wanted to preserve historic buildings in the downtown area. I am so proud — that’s the legacy that I can leave behind.'
Leslie Glickman, owner of 44-year the Monticello mainstay Brown Bag Deli Restaurant, took time out from serving stuffed avocado and pie by the slice to answer a few questions from Jeff D’Alessio in the 40th installment of our spotlight on local leaders of organizations big and small.
On what was supposed to be college football's opening weekend, Memorial Stadium sits empty. The Big Ten's decision to wait until spring not only affects players, coaches and fans, but also community members with emotional and financial ties to the sport. Here are their stories.
"I told myself that I can survive this lockdown by reminding myself that my parents stayed in a bomb shelter in Beirut for weeks on end during the Lebanese civil war. There are many people all over the world in unfortunate situations, and mine was merely an inconvenience.”
Worden-Martin Buick GMC is now Serra Buick GMC. “They’ve been interested in the dealership for some time,” Worden-Martin President Charlie Shapland said. “They asked if they could make an offer, and we said ‘Sure.’”
Mahomet's village administrator — a Southern Illinois-Carbondale and Horizon Hobby alum — took time out to answer a few questions from Editor Jeff D’Alessio in the 37th installment of our weekly speed read spotlighting leaders of organizations big and small.
Recpients include Wood N’ Hog, Merry Ann’s Diner, Joe’s Brewery, Caribbean Grill, Broadway Food Hall, Sushi Kame and Basil Thai.
The hardest thing about being a leader? 'Learning how to lead by example, not by overwhelming everyone with rules and policies,' says Danville dropout-turned-C-U success story Tim Donaldson, aka "The Blind Man," who's never far from dog Sissy.
Champaign businessman Habeeb Habeeb, who emigrated from Lebanon, has set up a fundraiser to help families impacted by the massive explosion in Beirut.
Listed are permits for all new single-family and multifamily residences as well as commercial and industrial work and residential remodeling costing over $25,000. Permits are listed by applicant, description, site and cost.
SPRINGFIELD — Financial aid is about to start flowing for Illinois businesses that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The reason for this action is simply to prepare and submit a new application that is more suitable for the project and more accurately meets the expectations of the gaming board,” Haven Gaming said in a news release.
Soccer Planet’s building and property are up for sale, though the facility isn’t closing ... FedEx hiring 500 package handlers locally ... Local dermatology company plans to create support center in Urbana.
The most beneficial class Salt Fork Superintendent Phil Cox took at Olivet Nazarene? 'Introduction to Public Speaking. Not only did I learn a lot of skills, but I met a young lady from Catlin, Illinois, who would go on to become my wife and the reason I live in the Salt Fork school district.'
MONTICELLO — A vacant 2-acre space just west of the courthouse square in Monticello could be the home of townhomes and commercial/retail space within a year.