The company said it plans to open the Champaign store mid-year.
Patrons would need to purchase a membership to access the consumption lounge and, as a safety measure, everyone must wait at least 30 minutes after consuming cannabis before leaving the premises.
Cloud9 will be Champaign-Urbana’s fourth cannabis dispensary, including one Sunnyside dispensary in Champaign and two NuEra locations in Champaign and Urbana.
Village Administrator Scott Eisenhauer said winds of more than 60 miles an hour made the walls come tumbling down like those of ancient Jericho.
Another location for Danville Gardens – but not a return to Champaign.
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For Lincoln Square owner Jim Webster, the ideas pitched by consultants for the future use of his downtown Urbana mall are “all negative.”
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.
'Knowing how they operate their stores and how they serve and support their communities, we just know it will be a great fit'
TUSCOLA — Downtown Design Studio co-owner Kelley Englehardt isn’t used to business being so brisk in early March.
“I believe in round numbers we have 70 active students,” Basens said. “The recruiting process is ongoing for the table games.”
At one Circle K checkout on Springfield Avenue, you might get to purchase your fountain drink and gas station snacks without speaking to a soul.
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.
At a public services committee meeting this week, the committee discussed applying for a federal grant to help pay for additional firefighters needed as a result of the casino opening, and adjusted the liquor code to allow the casino to serve alcohol.
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.
Schnucks VP Stacy Brandt, who got her start with the company as a checker at the Champaign store, will return Friday to accept an award from United Way of Champaign County on behalf of Schnucks stores in Champaign, Urbana, Savoy and Mahomet.
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.
Tuesday Morning Corp., an off-price retailer of home goods, announced Wednesday that it had filed a Chapter 11 reorganization bankruptcy.
The city recently awarded building permits for signs and grading and erosion work, and the earth work was underway this week.
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.
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.
Want to learn the Japanese martial art of Aikido?
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.
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