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.
The Pines at Stone Creek Commons retail and office complex in southeast Urbana has a new owner.
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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.
The former Save-A-Lot was going to be the site of an Octapharma Plasma center, until that company ran into an issue with the city council in obtaining a special use permit
Fears of oversaturating the city’s cannabis market appeared to be the prevailing reason for the council denying Parkway Dispensary's application.
Just Yolkin’ — a new restaurant at Village at the Crossing in southwest Champaign — is set to open as soon as the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District issues the required permit.
The first time La Bahia Grill took part in the annual Champaign County Area Restaurant Week last year, this Mexican restaurant in downtown Champaign was just about brand new.
The new Martinelli’s Market in downtown Champaign is an Italian-inspired deli, a bakery, a restaurant and a retail shop all rolled into one.
Todd and Rhonda Thornton wanted to have a business in downtown Monticello, and they found their opportunity in a historic red house.
The former Tuscola IGA, which has moved to new store location and is carrying a new name, Kirby Foods, is off to a strong start, a company official said.
Visit Champaign County president and CEO Jayne DeLuce told The News-Gazette on Wednesday that her group and the University of Illinois are exploring bringing more IHSA state tournaments to the area.
Morrie Mendenhall is still in his first year as Market Place Mall’s general manager, but he’s absolutely no stranger to retail.
Co-owner Tom Grassman, also a local musician, is remaining in the music business, but as for the bar and grill at 1309 E. Washington St., he said, he’s “moving on.”
The Hotel Royer renovation has an open date in sight. Adjacent Lincoln Square Mall is leasing new businesses. Here's the latest on the conjoined pair at the heart of downtown Urbana.
CHAMPAIGN — Memorial Stadium once again opened its gates — and surrounding lots — to high school football fans on Friday afternoon.
As of early this week, there were many Christmas trees to be had in the local area, but a few dealers said they expected to run out by early to mid-December.