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Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) July 10--CHAMPAIGN _ The new executive director of the Champaign County Economic Development Corp. said he is determined that the group has a break-even budget for the fiscal year that began July 1. On Wednesday, the group's board of directors approved a core budget of $468,000 that calls for a steep increase in ... (more)
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A Champaign County judge Wednesday called an Urbana man, convicted of stalking his ex-girlfriend for months, "bright but diabolical."
13 hrs ago | The News-Gazette
The site on North Thomas Street where residents have been dumping their yard waste was the most-discussed topic of the village board's monthly meeting.
18 hrs ago | The News-Gazette
Urbana Police Chief Patrick Connolly said the department is working "literally daily" with Champaign on addressing gun violence in the two cities, especially as the bullets tend to fly more as the weather heats up.
An Urbana teen on parole for aggravated robbery, who police say had a loaded, sawed-off rifle, faces up to 10 years in federal prison.
Meirav Malter's life is, like that of most teens, a journey of constant transitions; learning, coping, communicating, adjusting, and jumping into daily adventures without quite knowing how they'll end.
Pedestrians cross Lincoln Avenue in Urbana near the area where two women were hit by a truck on Wednesday Oct. 9, 2013.
Chaos erupted in a Champaign County courtroom this afternoon just moments after a judge sentenced an Urbana man to prison for killing a University of Illinois student in a traffic crash on campus last fall.
A 12-year-old Champaign boy was charged in a juvenile petition in Champaign County Circuit Court Monday after admitting he set three fires on or near the University of Illinois campus Thursday.
Urbana police were combing neighborhoods in the southeast portion of the city Tuesday afternoon after several people reported hearing shots fired.
To call Roger Ebert one of the great populist film critics is to damn him with faint praise.
Three years ago, Illinois lawmakers tried to instill more transparency in local government, requiring many bodies to annually post on their websites compensation packages for employees that exceeded $75,000.
Roger Ebert, who started writing movie criticism for the Chicago Sun-Times in 1967, once believed that he would morph from a movie critic into a city columnist and then a novelist.
During my preaching days I made my fair share of verbal gaffes. I once introduced a missionary speaker from the Philippines as being from the "Philistines."
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