The Editorial Board daydreams about the possibility of turning the Country Fair Shopping Center from a 33-acre wasteland into a vibrant destination for tourists and locals alike.
Two violence prevention measures implemented by the City of Champaign this year have been in the news recently. We take a closer look.
Fall in Champaign-Urbana is the best. The Editorial Board breaks it down.
The City of Champaign Township wants to open a low-barrier homeless shelter for men and women and we think that’s pretty great.
The battle over whether McKinley Field should be used for varsity football is contentious. Maybe it doesn't need to be.
Monkeypox sounds really scary, and a recent case at a Rantoul daycare might heighten anxiety about the spread of the disease locally. The Editorial Board offers a primer on what it is, how it’s transmitted, and what C-U is doing to address it.
Unit 4 and the City of Champaign entered an agreement in 2018 preventing varisty football games at McKinley Field, in Champaign's South Side neighborhood. Now football parents and coaches at Central High School want to play a "trial" home game there. Neighborhood residents disagree.
Riding your bike to school or making short trips alone gives kids confidence, independence, and numerous health benefits.
With ImpactLife increasing their donor incentives to address a decrease in blood donations, the Editorial Board gets some answers about our local blood supply.
There's a lot of potential in Downtown Urbana. We have some ideas about what we'd like to see.
June 28th’s primary results are now official. What might they tell us about November's election?
With growing concerns about the price of energy, rumors of rolling blackouts and brownouts, the Editorial Board turns to local expert Scott Tess for more information.
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