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Saturday, May 26, 2018
The Rantoul Board of Fire and Police Commissioners met today at the Rantoul Municipal Building to develop a list of interview questions for new applicants.
The Champaign County Mental Health Board will review funding requests from local agencies for the 2017 budget cycle Wednesday at the Brookens Administrative Center in Urbana.
The village of St. Joseph Board of Trustees met last week to discuss the village's contract for sludge hauling.
The village of Savoy Economic Development Commission will meet Tuesday at the Savoy Municipal Center to hear updates on a number of local development projects.
The village of Thomasboro Board met April 4 to vote on approving the 2016-17 village budget.
Anyone caught with cannabis in Urbana will pay a drastically lower minimum fine, following a 6-1 vote by the Urbana City Council April 4.
The Champaign Public Library hosted a variety of programs in celebration of National Library Week.
The Urbana City Council met April 4 to approve a lower speed limit for sections of Green Street and Springfield Avenue.
The Urbana City Council agreed March 21 to claim the right of way needed for its Lincoln Avenue extension project by eminent domain.
Champaign County is preparing to award a five-year contract for financial auditing services.
The Champaign County Administrator Search Committee met in a closed session Feb. 25 at the Brookens Administrative Center to discuss the progress of its search.
Urbana's Market at the Square Market Manager Natalie Kenny-Marquez is now a certified market manager, following the completion of a 35-hour program.
The city of Champaign will celebrate the civic engagement of local citizens through its annual STAR Awards ceremony April 21 at the Hilton Garden Inn.
Urbana residents can now pay for parking and track their remaining balance using their phones or tablets.
The village of Rantoul is expected to get a new Holiday Inn Express hotel, following board approval at a regular board meeting Jan. 12.
The Urbana City Council passed an ordinance Feb. 1 that outlines specific housing codes for transitional homes.
The Urbana City Council approved several zoning requests from the city's zoning administrator on Feb. 15.
The Urbana Fire Department recently put out a call for bids for mounting brackets and other equipment.
The Champaign County Board met March 17 at the Brookens Administrative Center to vote on a budget amendment that would provide an additional $11,250 for a technology upgrade for the county's public defender.
The village of Philo board met March 2 at the R.E. Franks Meeting Center to consider a liquor license request from the Philo Gas & Car Wash.