Champaign County History Museum is ready for you visit.
Julie discovers some interesting finds at Mercantile Antiques & Trade Co. in St. Joseph.
Andrew looks back at the first half a summer that went from one of the the driest to one of the wettest in a matter of days.
MTD bus operator Sarorn Chan makes an impact on the lives of her passengers every day.
Joan Dixon is retiring after nearly 20 years as President and CEO of Community Foundation of East Central Illinois, and Angie Hatfield Marker is taking the organization into the future.
After 30 years of facilitating home ownership in Champaign-Urbana, even through a pandemic, Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County is still going strong.
We saw summer and winter and everything in between last month.
Grand Prairie Friends are gearing up for their annual native plant sale, but their work happens all year long.
Kingfisher Kayaking is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing affordable kayak rentals and conservation education to East Central Illinois.
The Rantoul Family Sports Complex opens this spring as a venue for youth sports and community gatherings.
After choosing Champaign-Urbana as their home, two local women have dramatically shaped the policies, people, and history of our community.
The United Way Equity Challenge offers an opportunity to examine the history of systemic racism, and how it still impacts people's lives.
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.