Behold! One of the best parks in Champaign and Urbana sits in the very heart of the city, and there's a lot to love, and a lot of opportunity for reimagining one of our oldest park spaces.
“I have this ridiculous amount of faith in how amazing and how strong and how resilient our girls can be.”
Here is a park in Savoy that isn't half bad at all, and filled with potential. Savoy just needs to get serious about Savoy. The people of Savoy are counting on Savoy!
Rithika talks to Carle medical student Aaron Brown and Charles Burton of Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club to learn more their efforts to provide and promote free vaccinations and health information to all communities.
Town Center Park is not a park at all. It is a boring green space that is simply attached to an apartment complex that, for some reason, we're all now on the hook to pay for its lawncare. Dissolve this park immediately!
Citizen's Park is now home to a fantastic new sculpture by Michael Darin called "Sprout" which is part of The Great ArtDoors, a program sponsored by the Park Districts, Spurlock Museum, and 40 North. More of this please!
Professor Cara Finnegan's new book Photographic Presidents, defines "the Chief Executive via flash powder and selfie sticks."
Champaign's newest park sits on 2.3 acres in the center of a brand new neighborhood in the southwest park of town.
This tiny pocket park on the corner of Market and Bradley was named in honor of Erma Bridgewater, one of Champaign's most important figures of the 20th century.
Rejoice! Tom's fully vaccinated and reviewing bathrooms once again.
This relatively new park on the north end of the city was named in honor of Robert Toalson, who spent 31 years at the helm of the Champaign Park District.
After 30 years of facilitating home ownership in Champaign-Urbana, even through a pandemic, Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County is still going strong.
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communities in the state. Our Culture section highlights those people, places, and events that make us proud to live here.