The Watergate scandal of nearly 50 years ago was a time of high political drama that lead to the shotgun resignation of President Richard Nixon.
I know I talk about fatherhood pretty often, but to be honest, I can’t help it. It’s been such a great experience for me thus far, it’s kind of hard not to share.
It has been 20 long months since Twin City Theatre Company’s production of “Bus Stop” played at the old SoDo Theatre in downtown Champaign. That flexible former theater space has been converted to a business where people hurl sharp objects while enjoying various beverages.
With regard to private employers, President Biden recently announced that such employers with more than 100 employees will be mandated to require their employees get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Diving back in to another round of quick takes on people and events that were being talked about this week:
Illinois legislators passed groundbreaking legislation earlier this year designed to make dramatic changes in the way police and the courts deal with individuals who are charged with crimes.
Doug Quick has been a mainstay at WCCU as news weather anchor and will retire at the end of the month after a 47-year career in the radio and television broadcast industry.
State Sen. Chapin Rose, who’s been in the Illinois General Assembly for 18 years, must have thought he’d seen everything until he saw the new legislative district map.
Constructive eviction is where there is a serious and substantial act done by a landlord with the intent to deprive the tenant of the rightful enjoyment of the premises.
Based on chats and overheard conversations over the past year at our American Legion post, country club, pubs, coffee shops and outdoor cookouts, we sum up here the continuing Trump loyalties, as we have heard them, but in our words.
Black and Hispanic Democratic legislators in Springfield have voted twice this year for new state House and Senate maps to be in place for the 2022 elections.
CHAMPAIGN — Anne Robin of Champaign usually spends a week every July biking 500 miles through Minnesota to raise money for Habitat for Humanity. This summer marked Robin’s 20th Habitat 500 Bike Ride.
SPRINGFIELD — Leann Fox would seem to have most everything a small business owner would want: loyal customers, an established location and a recognized brand.
My family has farmed this sesquicentennial farm since 1834 that was acquired through the Land Act of 1820. Samuel Gill of Bath County, Ky., rode horseback to Palestine Ill., to make the purchase, Pam Sigler said.
'We want to have our ducks in a row so that while we may not be the first in line to get a special census, we’re not the 700th either.'
Gov. J.B. Pritzker went into politics to make a name for himself, and he now has the chance to do so by becoming one of few governors to break the same campaign promise twice.
Among the housing crises in this nation caused by forest fires and hurricanes is the continuing legal crisis of residential tenants greatly behind on rent from last year’s COVID-19-induced economic calamity.