Indyia explores how two local organizations tackle the issue of food waste.
Need a little help planning your weekend? We have ideas.
Tom's got some fresh content for you in this fresh year of 2020.
Last week the UP Center of Champaign County unveiled a new(ish) name and a three-year strategic plan to help it grow and succeed in the next decade. Erin sat down with Youth Coordinator Zev Alexander to talk about the changes and ways C-U can help.
After all of the MLK celebrations, Nicole reflects on the 2018-2020 Community Health Improvement Plan and speaks with CUPHD Administrator Julie Pryde about the state of health and well-being for communities across Champaign County.
We've gathered a nice little assortment of suggestions for you this week. See if any strike your fancy.
Nicole spoke with Pastor Al Toledo, co-lead pastor of Chicago Tabernacle and keynote speaker for the 2020 MLK Service of Celebration at Krannert Center.
Illinois Basketball has re-entered the top 25 for the first time in far too long. Will Leitch thought it was a great time to deliver his next Power Rankings article.
Gillian, a resident of C-U who also identifies as someone with a developmental disability, speaks with Carol Inskeep, a librarian at the Urbana Free Library. This profile is part of her series of interviews of local people who are helping to build a better, more inclusive Champaign-Urbana.
A lot of us have settled back into a full week of work and regular routines, and surely we're all ready for a break. Here's what we suggest for your weekend fun.
Need some ideas for your end of decade celebration? We've got you covered.
Take some time to enjoy yourself this weekend. You've earned it.
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