As the supply of new vehicles remains low due to a computer chip shortage, what's available is going fast, dealers said.
Tim Flanagan of Core Acquisitions, Chicago, was present Tuesday morning when demolition started on the former Knights Inn on west U.S. 136, just off Interstate 57.
The Atkins Group recently received a building permit for $7.85 million warehouse at 1201 Newton Drive.
Aush Knox is combining his barbering talents and his longtime interest in art all in one new place — Beard Culture Barber Shop and Gallery, opening June 1 in Lincoln Square, Urbana.
Businesses can still require their customers to wear masks if they want, public health officials said after the CDC's announcement Thursday that vaccinated people can now ditch their masks and social distancing.
Three weeks ago, Dan Church, one of the owners, donated a kidney to one of the other owners, his father-in-law, Greg Bugbee, and both are now doing fine
Kyle Robeson, who passed away Saturday at age 91, was larger than life in his personality, generosity, vision and devotion to his native Champaign County, say those who knew him.
RANTOUL — A former motel at the west entrance to Rantoul will be demolished to make way for commercial development near the site of the soon-to-open Rantoul Family Sports Complex.
CHAMPAIGN — A rooftop fire at the Target store on North Prospect Avenue was put out in a matter of minutes Sunday night by Champaign firefighters.
How Kathy Rhoads spent part of her St. Patrick’s Day was riding in a parade of vehicles past assisted-living communities to try and spread some cheer to seniors.
The Blessed Mess Sensory Play — a venture of Miranda Walker of Gifford and Karly Dalmagro of Champaign — is selling bins and kits with various themes for creative play times.
In this extremely divided political climate, it is rare to find common ground between the left and right sides of the aisle. However, Reps. Darin LaHood (R) and Brad Schneider (D) are two Illinois members of the powerful Ways and Means committee who have put aside partisan politics to introd…
Chicago-based Tricoci University of Beauty Culture is offering teachers, front-line essential workers and active and retired military personnel a break on its services at all 16 of its locations, including those in Urbana and Danville.
Regina Johnson has been baking cakes for years, but once she needed to start a gluten-free diet for health reasons, she decided to begin perfecting her cakes and other baked goods in all gluten-free versions.
Champaign and Urbana distributed more than $700,000 in federally-funded COVID-19 relief grants through the Coronavirus Urgent Remediation Emergency program created by the state.
Luxe Balloons & Backdrops by T. Nickole will be taking over the former Teavana store at the mall Feb. 11-14 to sell helium balloon bouquets to go.