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.
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.
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.
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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.
“I believe in round numbers we have 70 active students,” Basens said. “The recruiting process is ongoing for the table games.”
Kraft Properties recently reduced the price of the property at 126-128 W. Church St. to $998,000, about half of the original asking price in 2020.
Trimming construction material costs is the current plan for getting the Marriott Aloft hotel project in downtown Champaign under construction, says developer Doug Altenberger.
“If Illini Angels existed five years ago, my fundraising experience would’ve been much easier and streamlined and overall better,” said Paul Couston, who started two businesses on the UI campus. “Most of the angels I’ve raised money from are Illini or former Illini.”
Project manager Ted Nemecz said the new location — which is being leased from a holding company — won’t need a lot of work.
The temporary location will be at 63 E. Marketview St., C, in the former Bed, Bath and Beyond store next to Barnes and Noble.
A new fence behind the Mattis Avenue fire station, all those JULIE utility-marking flags along U.S. 45 south of Savoy, the future of Harker Hall on campus, more car-wash changes in C-U .... this week's 'Bag is stuffed.
State contender points to family members who were stitching yarn long before he took up the craft when there wasn’t much else to do during the summer of 2020.
Both mother and daughter formerly lived in Mahomet and currently live in Monticello.
Around Ford County: Burwell Building rehab gets $5,000 boost; Roberts to condemn property; Paxton's Commandery Building has new tenant
Landmarks Illinois announced that the downtown Gibson City project was one of five statewide that would divvy up $23,000 in grant funding.
A new Southern Tire Mart location is coming to Oakwood, the village’s Mayor Robert Wright said.
Owner Kayla Brown said she had it made as a way to keep a piece of the former store alive.
Campustown bar can trace its history to the year prohibition ended in the U.S.
The fenced-off empty lot at the corner of Neil Street and Springfield Avenue in Champaign may not be empty much longer.
Mahomet’s terminals generated about $1.4 million in income in 2022, with a resulting $69,948.53 going back to the village.
Among the features in her plan would be a raised pavilion/stage area that could be used for concerts or small gatherings and parties, and signs featuring the city’s name and emblems that set it apart, such as the high school’s Purple Rider mascot, broomcorn and its place on the map, to encourage photo opportunities.
The owners of Danville's upcoming Seven Point dispensary expect to break ground in April and open the city's second cannabis shop by the end of the year.
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The Golden Nugget will have a retail sports book and eventually access to a digital sports book. There will be kiosks and a live station for sports wagering with plenty of TVs and a sports bar.
Started in 1948, three years after the end of World War II by good friends Lloyd Worden and Howard Martin, both natives of Michigan, Worden-Martin has continued to thrive in various iterations — first as a used-car dealership and later selling new cars at several locations.
Nine-hole executive course in southwest Champaign will reopen for the season this spring under new owners.
SPRINGFIELD — After his second-term inauguration amid a frenzied “lame duck” legislative session last week, Gov. J.B. Pritzker took the global stage this week at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.