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The assistant Urbana city engineer announced Friday afternoon that all lanes of Windsor Road between Race Street and Philo Road are now open to traffic.
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They're not all called Unofficial St. Patrick's Day, but the debauchery is far from unique to the University of Illinois.
They were an observant 8-year-old boy, a caring neighbor and a trained police officer whose combined efforts saved the life of the 57-year-old Urbana woman.
The lawsuit from current and former employees at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and Parkland Community College was filed in Champaign County Circuit Court Thursday.
University of Illinois trustees today approved a proposal to cover gender reassignment surgery as part of the student health insurance plan at the Urbana campus.
Bethany Stiles, a University of Illinois graduate student in music, sits at her piano where she practices her version of the "Illinois" state song at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts in Urbana on Tuesday, March 4, 2014.
Cheryl Smith, right, the front desk clerk and recipient of the civilian-of-the year award, chats with Michelle McKnight, animal control, at the Urbana Police Department on Vine Street in Urbana on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
All of this during a time when the future of health care is so uncertain? The Champaign County Nursing Home is the only one who takes Medicaid patients in any number.
A Champaign man who police say ran from them after a traffic stop Tuesday afternoon has been charged with drug and weapon offenses that could net him 30 years in prison if convicted.
In 1914, the Champaign County Board of Supervisors decided today that the county does not want gravel roads but brick ones, and consequently that will be the standard for the future.
A bone marrow donor is also on his wish list, but if he can't find a match right away, he and his parents would be thrilled with gifts of blood so others may have the life-saving opportunities Joe has had in the last year.
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She founded the Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council in northern Michigan and later Earth Care Paper Inc., in Madison, Wis.
Marten Stromberg, exhibit writer of Carl Sandburg in Elmhurst and rare books curator at University of Illinois at Urbana, will share his insights on Sandburg's life, passion, and body of work created during the era he lived and worked in Elmhurst during a March 6 presentation.