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The first 100 guests age 18 and older will receive free Chick-fil-A for a year, and to accommodate, Chick-fil-A will host a 12-hour campout beginning at 6 p.m. the day before.
This week’s stop in our video series on local businesses with stories to tell: The Courier Cafe in Urbana, a newsroom-turned-restaurant run by a former paperboy.
The permit was issued earlier this month for 1409 N. Prospect Ave., C, the former Prospect Auto lot between Dos Reales and Danville Gardens Too.
The new store will open by the end of October, said Jennifer Prance, spokeswoman for the franchisee, MBR Management led by Mark Ratterman.
If the 60-plus-acre artificial-turf complex is approved, 'you're creating a Midwest destination location for some very large markets to travel toward a sporting venue like we're proposing,' Village Administrator Scott Eisenhauer told the board.
The UI senior from St. Joseph who posted a joke event on Facebook suggesting that Kam's customers storm the bar to keep it from moving talks about why students and alumni feel so strongly about it and the loss of other Campustown landmarks.
Tim Harrington, a broker with Coldwell Banker Commercial Devonshire Realty, said it’s been sold to an entity he’s involved with as an investment and will likely be redeveloped.
The UI Research Park board is expected to vote Monday on allowing its chairman to sign a new ground lease with Fox/Atkins Development, which manages the conference center.
MONTICELLO — When residents stroll into the new activity center at Arbor Rose Adult Day Care and Memory Care Home in Monticello, they enter a space that includes fake storefronts aimed at eliciting smiles and triggering memories.
Lots of groundbreaking in this week’s Mailbag on everything from mastodon remains found during a construction project 50 years ago to road work to a university construction project to updated natural gas lines in Champaign to a new business.
If Daiven Kayne Michael Emling's Garden of Eatin' cafe, bakery and dispensary becomes a reality, customers will be able to enjoy cannabis-infused food and drink, and then perhaps receive a CBD-oil massage before smoking a joint or blunt on a patio outside.
By now, you probably know that Giordano's is out of Market Place Mall, Niro's Gyros is coming to the former Vinny's/Krekel's on Kirby Avenue and Starbucks on Springfield Avenue will open this fall. But there's a lot more happening.
This week’s stop in our new video series on local businesses with stories to tell: The Esquire Lounge in downtown Champaign, which pays tribute to late, great regulars with personalized plaques on the back of barstools.
But council members aren’t yet getting specific about which unmet needs will be funded by the projected $5.6 million that will be raised.
Members will pick up Tuesday where they left off May 29, when city officials gave them three options to fund about $4.1 million to $5.6 million worth of recurring needs, including fire department staffing, public safety and community wellness initiatives, and major infrastructure projects.
The central Illinois scene is filled with local producers looking to connect their communities more closely with the food they consume.