'COVID-19 is not merely a nuisance or an inconvenience. These dashboards with those numbers to which we have grown so hardened are not statistics to be debated and analyzed. These are human lives. Every infection. Every hospitalization. Every death.'
Arcola Flower Shop has moved into the space of the former Olde Brick Wall shop at 122 E. Main St. in downtown Arcola.
Like many wedding spaces, renovated Venue CU waiting for COVID-19 restrictions to loose before opening its doors all the way.
Were Savoy trustees receptive to the theater being granted a liquor license?
Tolono bar on the hook for a $50 fee to get its health permit reinstated.
'We’re not going to close down his business,' Rob Murphy said, but he said he would like to see the pub be nicer to health officials.
Andrea Hunt-Shelton has continuied her CU Petal Project throughout COVID-19, putting donations to work along with her own donated time by making/delivering floral bouquets to nursing home residents, hospital patients and others who may be cheered by flowers.
'There is no doubt that we have lost and will lose some businesses because of the pandemic and its impact, and it’s heartbreaking.'
A Champaign County Judge issued a written temporary restraining order Thursday against Lil Buford's, prohibiting the Tolono bar and grill from operating without a valid health permit.
At a hearing Wednesday, Judge Roger Webber granted the county health department a temporary restraining order against Billy Bob’s, 105 E. Broadway St., Ogden.
A temporary restraining order hearing for Merry Ann’s Diner set for Thursday has been cancelled after a settlement order was entered Wednesday by Judge Benjamin Dyer.
Jim Flaningam said after the hearing that he does plan to offer some carry-out service, but doesn't know when he will be permitted to do that.
Next up is a hearing on Apple Dumplin’ set for 9:30 a.m. today before Champaign County Judge Benjamin Dyer.
Jeff Buckler said it’s going to take a court order to make him stop serving at Lil Buford’s, the bar and grill he owns in Tolono.
Dyer said he doesn’t want to trivialize the Flaningams’ hardships, but to rule otherwise would be to trivialize the sacrifices many other restaurants that are following the rules have made.